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May 8, 2013

I've reviewed a number of sites that received Google's "unnatural links warning" within their Webmaster Tools account. While most of those who've received this notice know that they've been playing with fire with their link building processes over the years, they don't know how to go about fixing things.
Recovering From an Unnatural Links Penalty Guide
I've written about what you can do to recover, but my article only touches the surface.

I was recently made aware of a new ebook that goes into great detail on exactly what you need to do and know if you receive the dreaded Google warning. At $89 it's not cheap. But if you are a small company that doesn't have the money to hire an SEO consultant to fix things for you, this guide is the next best thing.

It provides you with everything you need to know about the Unnatural Links Penalty and how to crawl out from under it.

You'll learn:
  • How to gather your links and create a spreadsheet that documents them.
  • How to evaluate which links need to be removed and which can remain.
  • How to contact webmasters to get links removed.
  • Problems that you might encounter along the way.
  • All about Google's "disavow tool" and how to use it without harming targeted traffic.
  • How to write a reconsideration request to Google that works.
  • How to move on.
Google's Unnatural Links Penalty is something that you cannot ignore. If you've lost a large percentage of your income due to your use of unnatural links as an SEO tactic, this book is a must-have investment toward your future earnings potential.

Learn more about this recovery guide and buy it via my affiliate link here.

Jill Whalen has been an SEO Consultant and the CEO of Jill Whalen High Rankings, a Boston area SEO Company since 1995. Follow her on Twitter @JillWhalen

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