Fix the problem that got you penalized in the first place, then submit your site for reconsideration through google webmasters tools.
Yep, Google will penalize your site if they think you are deliberately trying to game their algo.
They seldom reinstate a penalized website but try your luck mate. Fix the one that you think is the reason why it is penalized then tell Google about it.
By the way, is your website removed from the index? Have you tried the site: command? because sometimes we ought to think we have been penalized but in fact, our site is just undergoing in the Google phenomenon called Google Dance...
Rand Fishkin at Seomoz did a great test of the google penalty. He was able to get penalized and then reinstated. I'm not recommending anyone try it, but it is a great learning experience to read.
by agraj 7 years ago
one of my site got penalty from google, how to remove ?
by Sudhir 4 months ago
I sometimes notice that my articles which are ranked well in googles sometimes suddenly drop out of the search results completely or are pushed way back. Is this due to some penalty imposed by google or does this happen whenever we make any change to the article? And if it is a penalty how to...
by Cynthia Calhoun 5 years ago
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I often use http://www.sxc.hu to get my images from since they have a great selection of royalty free pictures. I would like to give credit where it is due even though its not required.But I worry about if sxc.hu is exempt from the rule about linking too many times to the same domain unless its...
by Marye Audet 6 years ago
A week or so ago I posted in another forum wondering if anyone had figured out the traffic drop. I also sent an email to Google asking them to reconsider my subdomain because the traffic had dropped off so badly. This is their reply - and I guess it is back to the drawing board for me...Dear site...
by Nathan Bernardo 3 years ago
And evidently we won't know the full effect of it for months. http://searchengineland.com/google-pand … ths-225850But those previously penalized could be doing better; though others could be penalized.
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