Our Google penalty service can help with both manual and algorithm issues with your website. We have extensive knowledge of this subject and have helped many website owners rectify their mistakes and gain back their authority within the SERPS. There are two types of issues when it comes to a sudden drop in Google rankings.
- A manual penalty which will be registered within your webmaster tools account.
- An algorithm penalty which is a sudden drop in rankings that coincide with Panda, Penguin or other quality updates.
Both can arise from using blackhat SEO techniques such as spamming or writing unnatural content. Because both types of penalties can drastically hurt your websites position it’s in the website owners interest to address these issues quickly.
Using Increasee’s Penalty Advice Service
Our penalty advice service pinpoints the on site and off site mistakes made by the webmaster and can give you the advice to rectify the issues or take over the process for you. We can help you get back on track in line with Google’s TOS. We believe every website owner needs a second chance and to learn from their mistakes.
What Should You Do If You Discover A Manual Penalty Notice?
This is when the majority of website owners panic and start deleting/changing their content and back links, then submit for inclusion through Google. Don’t panic, you need time to correct these mistakes and for Google to recrawl and process your website.
If you have submitted your website for reconsideration you will quickly find out that the penalty has not been lifted because you have not rectified the problems with your website. Once you are on the Google radar your website has to be perfect for them to lift a manual penalty.
What Should You Do If Your Rankings Drop Because Of An Algorithm Update?
Again don’t panic, something on your website has triggered Googles algorithm to penalize your website. This can be a page/post or it can cause a site-wide drop in rankings. You have to pinpoint the issue/s and correct them, once Google re-crawls and indexes your website again you should see an improvement as long as you have made the appropriate changes.
*Remember if you submit a reconsideration request that gets rejected you cannot resubmit one for 30 days!
Using Our Expertise
As mentioned above we have extensive knowledge concerning these Google updates and penalties. Using our expertise will give a much better chance to get your rankings back and help you to avoid these situations in the future. Our advice to you would be to contact us so we can look through your website and correct the on-site or off-site issues.
Here are some frequently asked questions about our penalty service asked by previous customers.
How long does it take to remove a manual penalty?
This can vary depending on the size of the website and penalty issued by Google. If the penalty refers to links then we may have to contact numerous webmasters and ask for them to remove the link. Because this can take time, we do not like to give a timescale on this type of penalty. If your penalty is associated with content then the time frame is quicker, because new valuable content can be written for the user and not just for sales.
How long does it take to remove an algorithm penalty?
Again this will depend on the issues with the website, if you have copied content, keyword stuffing, poor quality content or off-site issues these can be rectified quickly. Once your website has corrected these issues and Google has recrawled your website then you should be good to go. Because most algorithm updates run more frequently you can expect to see an improvement with four/six weeks.
Do you take over the reconsideration process?
Yes, we can take over the whole process once we have confirmed your website within our webmaster tools account. Or we can give you the advice and tools to do the work yourself. We will even check the work after it has has been carried out to make sure it complies with Googles TOS.
Can you help every website with penalties?
No, some websites are just to far gone. If you have thousands and thousands of repeated backlinks then we would advise you to start again with a fresh domain and then help you to gain authority in a natural way within the SERPS. Just using the disavow tool within WMT will not correct an unnatural link penalty, you need to show Google that you have tried to correct the issues they have… But we will give you an honest answer and be as helpful as possible.
If you have been notified of a manual penalty or experienced a drop due to a recent algorithm update, contact us and we can help!