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Has Your Website Been Penalized By Google?

Here's What You Can Do

Originally Published: November 8, 2011

Step 1: Check If Your Website Has Been Penalized

Step 2: Don't Panic, Try To Find The Reason For The Penalty

  • You sold links on your website: if you sell links on your website for SEO purposes and if it is obvious that you're selling links, this might get you in trouble. Use the rel="nofollow" attribute if you sell links.
  • You used paid links to promote your website: if Google is sure that you purchased links to improve your Google rankings, they might double-check your site. Remove the paid links.
  • Fully automated backlink systems: if you participate in a fully automated backlink scheme, it is almost sure that Google will penalize your website. Remove the automated linking scripts from your web pages.
  • You use on-page spam techniques such as hidden text, keyword stuffing, sneaky redirects or cloaking.

Step 3: Remove The Spammy Elements And Optimize Your Web Pages

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