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Hit by Google’s updates? We Can Help!
Google, in a bid to provide better refined search results, has so far released a series of algorithm updates, with two major turning points in the history of the search engine being Panda and Penguin. Although these updates worked in the favour of high quality websites and enhanced their predominance in search results; millions of websites got penalised for varied reasons while thousands were blacklisted.
Possible Causes for a Penalty
If your website’s search ranking has been affected by any of Google’s updates, it is important to find out the root cause in order to ensure that it doesn’t happen in the future. Unethical optimisation techniques such as creating unnatural links, keyword stuffing, and other such malpractices can easily get your website penalised. However, besides rolling back the actions that are noncompliant with Google’s Quality Guidelines, you also need to ensure that only ethical SEO tactics are followed in the future.
Symptoms of a Google Penalty
– Your website’s search rankings or organic traffic decline abruptly.
– Your website not visible in Google’s results even when type the complete domain.
– You receive an alert in Google Webmaster Tools citing “Manual Action”.
How We Help
Placed among the pioneers in the digital services business, Clickhook understands search marketing inside out. To lead your website on a road to recovery, we leverage a unique amalgam of proven and contemporary search optimisation methodologies, tailored to the needs of the hour. We have helped a large number of organisations recover their website rankings, by rebuilding the credibility of their website and making it climb the search charts once again.
Our Google Penalty Recovery Services:
- Panda Recovery
- Penguin Recovery
- Manual Action Recovery
The Road to Recovery
- Evaluation of your website’s link profile for identifying unnatural links.
- Manual removal of unnatural links.
- Using Google’s Disavow Tool to remove low quality links.
- Follow-up till the time the damage is completely undone.
- Requesting webmaster of unnatural links to take them down.
- In-depth analysis of anchor text.
- On-Page testing for determining any violation of Google’s quality guidelines.
- Content evaluation for relevance, stuffing and plagiarism.
- Check for other problems, such as the “cupcake effect” or “over-optimisation”.
- Creating a website reconsideration request.