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ankolkumar 4th November 2014 12:43 AM

How Can Improve Ranking Of Website After Penguin Update?
 
Hi everybody
I am ruining my business, my website is spammed by Google penguin update on 17 oct 2014, how can i improve ranking of my website, my website lost lot of traffic. please suggest me how can i recover my website by this update. my website is :

telcan.com

torka 5th November 2014 10:14 AM

Your website was not "spammed" by Google. Because it was penalized by Google's latest Penguin update, it appears Google thinks you are the one who have been spamming.

Penguin is designed to penalize sites that have engaged in spammy "link building" practices instead of working to earn a portfolio of strong editorial links. For instance, if most or all of your links come from sources such as low-quality "guest posts" on blogs that are already filled with similar low-quality "guest posts," blog comment spam, forum link-drop spam, article repositories, social bookmarking sites, free-for-all directories and the like -- in other words, they're all links that you were able to place yourself -- without having at least some real editorial links that were awarded to your site from the webmasters of reputable, quality sites... well, you're at high risk of a Penguin penalty.

What you need to do:

First, evaluate your existing "link building" tactics. If they rely entirely (or even mostly) on "placing" links on other sites, you need to stop doing that immediately.

Second, go through the links you know of that already point to your site. Be sure you don't throw out the baby with the bathwater. If you have somehow managed to acquire any decent editorial links from reputable sites, cherish them.

All others: either remove them yourself (if you can) or request the webmaster remove them. Most webmasters will likely ignore your request, so for any remaining low-quality links that you can't get removed, use Google's "Disavow" tool to let Google know that you understand those links are no good.

(Of course, if you're still out there "building" crappy links, the Disavow tool won't do you any good. That's why it's important to clean up your process first.)

Third, wait and keep your fingers crossed. If your site was truly penalized in a Penguin update, the penalty will not be lifted until at least the next Penguin update, whenever that might happen to be.

Keep in mind, there are no guarantees. Just because you deleted a few links and disavowed a few more, Google doesn't promise you'll be back in their good graces. Penguin is not a manual penalty; it's an algorithm they run periodically. That means, if you haven't cleaned things up enough to suit the algorithm when it next runs the penalty will remain in place. You'll just have to keep working on the clean up and wait for the subsequent Penguin update.

In the mean time, figure out some better link attraction/acquisition methods, clean up the link profile you already have and work on promoting your business through other means.

--Torka :iratep:

mindstreak 6th November 2014 06:01 AM

Make sure you identify the low quality links present in the website and remove them using the disavow option.Link building should be done only in quality website and black hat techniques should never be used.

DeniseTaylor 6th November 2014 12:34 PM

Yep. I agree with both posts. There is no getting around these algorithm changes. You have to clean up and change bad habits or you won't recover. Starting over could be an option, but if you bring your bad habits with you, you'll just repeat the same mistakes.

If you need the traffic for you business, perhaps you could consider using Adwords?

Good luck!

Melissa Feeney 7th November 2014 05:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by torka (Post 219248)
Your website was not "spammed" by Google. Because it was penalized by Google's latest Penguin update, it appears Google thinks you are the one who have been spamming.

Penguin is designed to penalize sites that have engaged in spammy "link building" practices instead of working to earn a portfolio of strong editorial links. For instance, if most or all of your links come from sources such as low-quality "guest posts" on blogs that are already filled with similar low-quality "guest posts," blog comment spam, forum link-drop spam, article repositories, social bookmarking sites, free-for-all directories and the like -- in other words, they're all links that you were able to place yourself -- without having at least some real editorial links that were awarded to your site from the webmasters of reputable, quality sites... well, you're at high risk of a Penguin penalty.

What you need to do:

First, evaluate your existing "link building" tactics. If they rely entirely (or even mostly) on "placing" links on other sites, you need to stop doing that immediately.

Second, go through the links you know of that already point to your site. Be sure you don't throw out the baby with the bathwater. If you have somehow managed to acquire any decent editorial links from reputable sites, cherish them.

All others: either remove them yourself (if you can) or request the webmaster remove them. Most webmasters will likely ignore your request, so for any remaining low-quality links that you can't get removed, use Google's "Disavow" tool to let Google know that you understand those links are no good.

(Of course, if you're still out there "building" crappy links, the Disavow tool won't do you any good. That's why it's important to clean up your process first.)

Third, wait and keep your fingers crossed. If your site was truly penalized in a Penguin update, the penalty will not be lifted until at least the next Penguin update, whenever that might happen to be.

Keep in mind, there are no guarantees. Just because you deleted a few links and disavowed a few more, Google doesn't promise you'll be back in their good graces. Penguin is not a manual penalty; it's an algorithm they run periodically. That means, if you haven't cleaned things up enough to suit the algorithm when it next runs the penalty will remain in place. You'll just have to keep working on the clean up and wait for the subsequent Penguin update.

In the mean time, figure out some better link attraction/acquisition methods, clean up the link profile you already have and work on promoting your business through other means.

--Torka :iratep:

I completely agree with you, the penguin penalty will not be uplifted from your site till the next Penguin update. So if you are disavowing the poor quality backlinks, it will not benefit you now, but you can come across those benefits after the update.

Now you need to build quality backlink of your website.


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