Google penalties are usually the result of poor SEO practices that are present on your site. At Blueclaw, we have over 15 years of expertise in resolving these penalties, from manual actions to algorithmic penalties, so you can get your site back on track.
Although many people will not know that they have been hit with a Google Panda algorithmic penalty, our expert SEO team understands the patterns to look out for to identify this. We will identify the root cause of why your site is experiencing an algorithmic penalty and look to recover your site from the penalty’s negative impacts.
It generally takes longer to resolve Panda penalties than other penalties. This is due to the time it takes to resolve the issues and wait for Google indexation to identify the issues as fixed. If you suspect a Panda penalty is present on your site, get in touch with us as soon as possible and our Google penalty removal service will look to resolve this for you.
Google’s Penguin algorithm is built to recognise and diminish websites it identifies as practising blackhat SEO techniques, such as manipulative link strategies or keyword stuffing. Due to the clear nature of this algorithm, our SEO experts can quickly audit where these issues are present on the site and look to resolve them.
A Google penalty can either be manual or algorithmic and is a punishment for sites that violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines or standard practice. These can penalise sites that either utilise “black hat” SEO techniques or simply have outdated SEO practices present on the site.
Manual actions are given to a site by human reviewers which have been appointed by Google to audit sites against Google’s Webmaster Guidelines. If a site does not adhere to these guidelines, the auditor will then place a manual action relevant to the guidelines the site had failed to meet. These penalties will be present within the manual actions report of the site’s Google Search Console Property.
Algorithmic penalties are more difficult to spot, as these are not formal penalties presented by Google. The algorithms will look to favour site’s which meet the requirements set by Google and diminish site’s which do not meet these requirements. Alongside auditing the site to ensure it adheres to SEO best practice, we will also look to track the historical performance of the site in order to identify any anomalies in the site’s traffic which can be traced to an algorithm update.
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