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Have you seen a drop in your website’s organic rankings? Have you felt a momentous decrease in organic web traffic and leads? Whether you’re enthusiastically investing in SEO or not, it’s possible that your site has been penalized by Google. If you uncertain a website penalty, don’t wait. Our team of SEO professionals will support you quickly and accurately identify the problem and come up with a plan to recover your lost rankings, leads, and sales.
Signs Your Site Has Been Penalized
There are a number of signs that your website has been penalized by Google which include:
- A drop in organic rankings (for target keywords or trademarked terms)
- A reduction in organic search traffic and/or leads
- An alert message in Google Webmaster Tools (or impression data that looks like the image below)
- Not being able to find your website when you Google “ site: http://www.yoursite.com ”
If you’re facing any of the above-mentioned “symptoms,” it is possible that your website has been penalized. You can reduce the damage by contacting us today. Our team of SEO professionals will do an SEO audit of your website so that we can rapidly diagnose the cause of your penalty and take instant action to get things fixed.
Types of Website Penalties
Generally speaking, there are two kinds of website penalties – manual penalties and algorithmic penalties. Manual penalties are frequently seen when large brands (think JC Penny and Overstock.com) or large networks of websites (think Build My Rank) are caught engaging in SEO tactics that are seen as particularly egregious violations of Google’s webmaster quality guidelines.
Google Panda and Penguin are examples of algorithmic penalties. First seen by SEO experts in February 2011, Google Panda penalized websites with low quality content. Google Penguin didn’t come on the part until April 2012. It was considered to penalize websites engaged in numerous forms of web-spam such as keyword stuffing and paid link building.
How We Can Help
Equipped with a special set of SEO tools, the professionals at Adept Data Services can support you recover from penalties and updates such as Google Panda and Penguin. Each appointment is exclusive, so contact us and tell us more about your situation. Our data-driven approach to resolving a website penalty typically involves a comprehensive SEO audit.
By estimating your website’s code, site structure, competitors, on-page content, and inbound links, we will find opportunities for improvement and offer tangible recommendations to recover your lost rankings, leads, and sales. If you select, we can handle the execution for you or support and oversee your team.
We are ready to offer you a no obligation FREE QUOTE so that you can get a feel for our competitive rates before choosing our services.