Post Penguin Website Repair

Image by Ben TubbyFor thousands of people in the US and internationally, Google’s recent Penguin algorithm changed resulted in their top quality websites being removed or penalized in rankings. The Penguin algorithm change has affected many online businesses dramatically. Not only have they seen their rankings fall into oblivion, but they have also witnessed excessive losses in traffic and subsequently income generated from their online endeavors.

The reasons for these ranking losses are numerous, however the most commonly cited issue centers around previous unethical back linking campaigns the website owner wittingly (or unwittingly) embarked upon in order to artificially inflate their ranking potentials. Most website owners were victims to unethical practices implemented by less than ethical SEO companies who embarked on mass automated link building, link wheels and link purchasing campaigns on their clients behalf. Such services have been deemed unethical by Google since 2005, and while most websites got away with such campaigns for a while, most have subsequently been punished.

If your website has lost rankings due to the Penguin algorithm change, don’t worry as we can help.

Website Inspectors has only been providing ethical SEO services since 2oo5. This means we have never used negative practices which could result in any ban by Google. In fact, none of our clients were faced with any negative penalties as a result of the Penguin algorithm change. Most moved up to more diverse top positions, replacing those websites which had slightly hindered progress via unethical means.

We have recently been working with a number of new clients who were punished heavily by the Penguin algorithm change and have been able to assist in them not only regaining lost rankings, but achieving new and better rankings for more diverse-yet-relevant terms.

If you have been hit by the recent Penguin algorithm change, we can certainly help you.

Our Post Penguin Website SEO Repairs Consist Of, But Are Not Limited To:

  • Full Website and SEO Evaluation
  • Onsite SEO Implementations
  • Identification of Negative Offsite Factors Impeding Rankings
  • Google Reinclusion Requests
  • Sitemap Management
  • Google Analytics Management and Reporting
  • Database and URL Recoding
  • Backlink Pruning
  • New Copy and Content Building
  • Targeting New Online Promotional Resource Opportunities
  • Social Network Optimization 

We are aware that each website hit by the Penguin update requires very different services in order to resolve the issues in rankings. As such, we recommend that you contact us directly to discuss your options and see how best we can help you.

Please fill in the form below and one of our SEO account managers will contact you within 24 hours to discuss your case.