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Google Penalty or Algorithm Change: Dealing With Lost Traffic by @theGypsy via @sewatch

Google Penalty or Algorithm Change: Dealing With Lost Traffic by @theGypsy via @sewatch

The other obvious measurement tool is your analytics. When the traffic died was is it site-wide (losses in Google traffic)? Was it only on a page/keyword level? Once more though, first be sure that it's a penalty, not an algorithmic change. There are two distinct approaches to rectifying the situation.

Full article: http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2141098/Google-Penal...

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