Violated Google’s Guideline For Quality Maintenance – Here’s The Trick To Fix Your Website
Its been an year ago when we used to receive ominous texts and messages in your Google accounts and with time we learned and realized that we have somehow violated the Google guideline with respect to black-links to our websites or webpages. Basically there was a pool of links associated to the forums and various gulp and irrelevant sites thus resulting our own genuine websites with user friendly content as spam and ranked as plummeted by Google.
Has anyone realized the reason of our sites getting banned or listed as spam? Though we know we were flagged as plummeted because of the bad links but no one knows how these nefarious sites got themselves linked to us without any authority from our site. Reason is we found our links on forums which are abandoned and where spammers post innumerable links and potentially many posted by competitors.
We also discovered that we ourselves had created some links which were unnatural. Creation of this unnatural links by us wasn’t intentional but just a lack of proper knowledge of Google maintenance guidelines. What we used to thought was good in 2010 turned out to be problematic in 2014 and this is because of changing algorithms.
- Buying or selling of links which allows pass PageRank
- Intensive link exchanges or partnering up with pages for sake of cross-linking functionality
- Taking into fold automated programs to create links to your website
- Large scale content writing , SEO writing post campaigns or article marketing with keyword optimization text links
- Adding on to these , there are many other unnatural links you are likely to get yourself linked to.
There are many known and unknown reasons where you find yourself trapped in a situation where sometimes you don’t know you your webpage is banned and you just have to sit and think over it. Simple step to follow to get rid of those bad links is –
Logon to Google master tools > Search traffic > Potential Links to Your site > More
Go to Google Webmaster Tools -> Search Traffic -> Links to Your Site > More (on the first table on the page) > Download More sample Links (On the next page)
NoFollow rule is adding a rel=”nofollow” attribute to <a> tag, which in turn directly communicates to the Google that the particular selected link should not impact or in any case influence the target links ranking. You may be able remove 70 percent of the the bad links by contacting websites owners via whois.net sites, emails and social media available and asking them to delete links that they have done with your sites. Undiscovered bad links websites can be ignored by Google’S tool set of Disavow. Though still it doesn’t promise a positive ranking but one can try the best with Google Web spam team to review your sites negative standing.