Here is the first of many, SEO blog posts you shall receive from my lovely self. Each Friday I shall pick a few important SEO topics to share with you.
This week I thought it would be useful to read about the Google Penalty Recovery..
(A Google penalty is a general term that refers to a negative impact on a website’s search rankings based on updates to Google’s search algorithms and/or manual review. Google penalises sites for engaging in practices that are against its webmaster guidelines such as building spammy backlinks. These penalties can be the result of a manual review or algorithm updates such as Google Panda or Google Penguin.)
Can the Disavow tool itself revoke a penalty?
To disavow or remove – what is more effective in the long run?
Is it likely that Google will stamp down on sites that are demanding lots of money for link removal?
Does a site ever truly recover from a penalty?
Here are a just a few questions that are answered by 7 SEO professionals in the blog article below: