If you’ve noticed a sharp and sudden drop in your site’s website and rankings, you may have been hit by Google’s Penguin penalty.
Techmagnate’s Link Detox experts, certified by LinkResearchTools (LRT), offer a tried and tested method with proven results to get your site back on top of search results. Beginning with a comprehensive link-detox of your website to identifying all factors leading to a drop in rankings, our Google recovery services team takes care of all the details so you don’t have to.
Google rolled out its first Penguin update in April, 2012 to penalize sketchy link building exercises, a technique used to manipulate rankings on SERPs. Since then, Penguin 2.0 and Penguin 3.0 were released to target link building schemers and counter black hat practices. The latest update Penguin 4.0, rolled out in September, 2016 has the following advantages:
We have always used white hat link building practices to help our clients maintain their SERPs rankings. However, we offer the Link Detox Process to help clients regain rankings lost to Google Penguin updates.
The link detox process can be quite tricky because Google's guidelines are open to interpretation. Which links should you keep and which should you disavow? Reclaiming rankings after the Penguin Update requires experience and at Techmagnate we have plenty.
We have successfully helped many clients like Koenig Solutions, Pestmalll.com, Sacatech.com, 61c.in, Flexpertbellows.com and many others disavow unnatural links and quickly recover lost rankings.
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|Google Penguin Recovery Plan|
|Link Detox and Google Disavow for up to 1000 back links – USD 200/ INR 10,000||3-4 Weeks|
|1. Extract fresh index of top 1000 external links||1-2 days|
|2. Manually check each link/domain for the following:||7-10 days|
|a. Http Status of Source URL (If source URL is not live then link can be ignored)
b. Do follow vs. No Follow (No follow links can be ignored)
c. Anchor text (Google recommends anchor text variation)
d. Sitewide Links (these are not good)
e. Reciprocal Links ( Links to/from Resource pages which have been created for the purpose of reciprocal link exchange are not good)
f. Paid Links (these should be No Follow)
g. Links from Bad Neighborhoods
h. Links with low citation flow
|3. Contact Webmasters to remove bad external links (Matt Cutts, Former Head of Search Spam at Google recommends removing as many as possible before disavowing)||10-14 Days|
|4. Disavow remaining bad external links via Google Webmaster Tools||1 Day|
|1. CSV file with list of links/domains that need to be disavowed. This file can directly be uploaded to Google Webmaster Tools.|