Google has gotten very smart recently. Its engineers have worked hard to detect all sorts of shady practices by SEOs and webmasters. So, it is only natural that website owners looking for a quick fix would be penalized. They might even get completely banned from the search giants index for a certain period, depending on the severity of their misdeed. However, in case you had no idea your website was suffering from Google penalty, you can use this guide to identify if you have indeed been banned from Google's index and, also, how to fix it.
Google penalties are a fact of life. Google has always found it necessary to implement penalties for spammy websites so that users can have the best possible search experience. However, sometimes even the best-intentioned websites can find themselves accidentally penalized. These actions can be devastating for businesses that depend on search traffic. This guide will help you pinpoint where your website was at fault and show you how to get your site back on track.
Being penalized by Google can cost you thousands of dollars per month in lost revenue. This guide will walk you through the steps to take to get back in the good graces of Google and recover your lost revenue.
Once you receive the dreaded message from Google that your site has been hit with a penalty, we are here to tell you that it's not necessarily a death sentence for your site. Although there is no absolute guarantee, there are tricks and techniques that have worked for us on numerous occasions, which involved either getting rid of blackhat SEO tactics or working very hard on building backlinks the right way - natural and white hat links.
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