Month: October 2014
Step 1: Identify the unnatural, spammy backlinks pointing to your site
If your website also a victim of the latest penguin 3.0 update, it’s most likely the result of too many “bad” inbound links (those links which are directly targeted your website).
- Links using spammy (exact-keyword-match) anchor text
- Article directory links
- Paid links (excluding advertising)
- Irrelevant forum links
- Low-quality, irrelevant web directories
- Keyword stuffing, link cloaking, and hidden text can also a reason for Penguin penalties
Step 2: Remove the Unnatural, Spammy Backlinks
- Remove inbound link profile consists of tons of keyword-rich anchor text
- Remove backlink is on a low-quality web directory using branded anchor text
- For those backlink which cannot be removed, you can create a disavow file and upload to Google’s Disavow Links Tool
Step 3: Revaluate Your Strategy
- Do not use the manipulative backlink building to protect your website for further damage.
Create a quality and informative content for users which they can share then the backlinks will build themselves.