29 Jan '14, 12pm

3 Steps to Take When You Suspect an Algorithmic Penalty From Google by @jaysondemers

3 Steps to Take When You Suspect an Algorithmic Penalty From Google by @jaysondemers

The first type is the manual penalty. Manual penalties are usually easier to identify, because they are often accompanied by a message from Google within your Google Webmaster Tools account. Manual penalties happen when Google’s spam algorithm is flagged by something relating to your website, and Google decides to apply a manual penalty on your site’s rankings. This action can be against individual pages within your website, or can apply to every page on your domain. In severe cases, your entire domain may be removed entirely from Google’s index. The only way to respond to a manual penalty is via a reconsideration request, which Google must then approve before the penalty is revoked.

Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/3-steps-take-suspect-a...

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