Penguin Penalty Recovery with Remove’em
What is penguin?
Google Penguin is the name of an update to Google’s algorithm that was first announced in April 2012. The update is intended to decrease or eliminate the search ranking of websites that have unnatural links. Google estimates that Penguin 1.0 affected approximately 3.1% of English-language search queries. Since then there have been additional updates that could affect your rankings, such as Penguin 2.0 and 2.1.
I’m not sure why I’ve been penalized…
You’re not alone. This initiative by Google is a constantly changing process, and new penguin updates happen throughout the year. Even though you have valuable content on your site, there could be a variety of reasons for a penguin penalty. Remove’em will help find the source of your penalty and get you back on the way to good rankings. If you didn’t receive a message from Google, there are other signals that a penalty recovery is needed. These include:
- Abrupt decrease in rankings
- Decline in site rankings over time
- Rankings do not respond to link building efforts
Keep in mind that Google does not always inform webmasters of a penguin penalty (algorithmic vs. manual penalties) so it is important to watch for these signals.
Why is Remove’em the smart choice for a penguin recovery?
Remove’em exists to make your link profile as natural as possible so that Google will have every reason to lift the penalty. Our tool will:
- Find the bad links while filtering the good ones
- Find and contact webmasters
- Request link removals
- Track your campaign’s progress
- Export your results and submit a reconsideration request
Remove’em is offered through both self-service and full-service options. Take a look at our pricing pageand see which option fits best.