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The “Penguin Update” - How Can I Recover?

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#16 Jill


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Posted 07 May 2012 - 09:29 AM

Sorry, the Standard Site Audit is the one for lost traffic.

#17 deanaov


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Posted 12 May 2012 - 08:42 AM

With the inception of Google Penguin, the best way to recover is to forget its existence. Create contents like a human and most importantly, circulate links like human. You need to make sure your contents, whether it's an article, video, newsletter, press release, podcast or photo, are not made for search engines for the different online users. The online users are your readers. If you want to be popular online, you need to give them what they want. As for these search engines, they will naturally crawl on your content if it's relevant, high-quality and worth reading to.

Google Penguin is not hard to understand. It's not a rocket science even. Never be afraid with it especially you're well-aware that you'e not a spammer.

#18 Sarah


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Posted 15 May 2012 - 09:24 AM

I'm using a combination of Google Analytics, Webmaster tools and a link checking tool to understand what sites are linking to me, which send traffic, which are valuable and how much of a positive or negative impact sites have by linking.

I think we've been affected quite badly but we're ready to fight our way back to position for our key search terms.

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