How to Recover (Fix) Websites Affected by Google Penguin "Penalties"?

Recovering websites/sites that have been affected by Google Penguin is easy and difficult depending on the SEO The master himself knows the "history

Recovering websites/sites that have been affected by Google Penguin is easy and difficult depending on the


The master himself knows the "history" of the technique


what to use when doing link building. In this article I just want to explain briefly and hopefully it can be a solution for those of you who are in need of the best, easiest way to fix the "re-trust" of websites affected by the Google Panda Algorithm.

Warning From Google

When you register a website with Google Webmaster Tools, you will usually get a “warning!” message. but some are not. Signs of being affected by Penguin or you can't see it from the Search Engine Result Page (SERP) if before being affected you were in a good position and as soon as the Google Algorithm update occurred, the ranking suddenly dropped, there was a possibility that your website was affected by the Penguin.

What is Google Penguin?

Google Penguin is concerned with the backlinks you create. Penguin only revolves around: un-natural link building. As far as we know Panda attacks sites that build backlinks by means of "link schemes" so be careful about building link wheels, link tiers and so on.

How to Recover (Fix) Websites That Have Been Affected by Penguins

There are 2 ways to fix it, namely:

  • Contacting the admin of the website where there is your backlink to remove the link
  • Using Google Webmaster link disavow
  • If the first method is very difficult for you to run because there are too many backlinks, you can immediately switch to the second method, namely using the disavow facility. Here are the ways:

  • Register your website with Google Webmaster Tools then verify after that >>
  • Search traffic -> link to your site , a list of domains will appear in the form of a backlink to your website, please download it by clicking download this table
  • The result will look like the image on the side. Remember! not all of the domains listed are really bad backlinks, therefore you have to be extra careful in checking them because some of the domains/urls in the list will be removed (delete).

    At this point you need a tool to analyze to find out:

  • Backlinks from which domains are bad or
  • Which url's backlink is bad
  • You should know the difference between URL and Domain in doing website recovery by disavow. URL is the address where there is your backlink for example: while the domain will explain the entire contents of the URL in it.

    In practice, if in a domain there are 2 URLs containing your backlink then determine which is the "bad backlink" url 1 or url 2? determine which one is bad and add it to the list of disavow. Example: domain for example where there are millions of subdomains If you put into the disavow list then Google will ignore links from as a whole even though not all domains are bad. Likewise with blogspot, weebly. webnodes etc.

    Not all domains give bad results so it is not recommended to disable all the domains on the list.

    After you get the "bad backlink" data then now is the time to send it to Google webmaster disavow with the format:

    #Tried to contact these webmasters, but received no response

    #Tried to contact these webmasters, but their site is no longer live


    # removed most links, but missed these

    # Contacted owner of on 7/1/2012 to

    # ask for link removal but got no response

    Manual Action dan Algorithm Action

    If you get a warning message as I mentioned earlier then you are lucky because it means that there is still hope or at least you can find out and take action. Unlike the Algorithm Action that comes suddenly.

    Therefore, immediately register with Google Webmaster to get various benefits for free. Wrong opinion says "no need to register with Google because usually the website that is registered on Google is the first to be affected by the algo change"

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