ProICT Experts Explains Why Websites Get Google Penalty

Are you still lost when it comes to Google Penalty? Not anymore, ProICT LLP is here to help you. The company has a team of experts who always walk another mile to help clients to overcome issues on their site.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Sept. 2, 2020 - PRLog -- In 2019, around 7 million website owners received a direct message from Google with notification about a manual action on their site. To SEO specialists who offer online marketing services, spend months and even years to get the website on the first page, the penalty can feel like a lightning strike out of nowhere, leaving them puzzled about their next step. ProICT LLP, which has a reputation in the marketing for offering the best online marketing solutions, explains that "Nowadays we are getting clients looking for a way to retrieve their ranking after the Google penalty. Most of them don't even know what Google penalty means for their website or what are the factors that triggered it in the first place." The fact only a few people are actually aware of the Google penalty is what encouraged the organization to spread the news about it.

The organization that is trusted by hundreds of companies and clients across the globe has decided to take this pandemic as an opportunity to educate clients. Mr. Satish Lamba and Mr. Gautam Bansal Decided to take the lead by highlighting the basic facts about the Google penalty, including what causes it and how to know if Google hits you with the penalty. Mr. Gautam started with the online session on Instagram, where he explained, "When it comes to Google penalty, it is the direct result of the black-hat SEO tactics which violate the guidelines published by the Google webmaster. As a strict action, Google hit the site with a penalty. Among all the factors that trigger penalty unnatural inbound and outbound links. These unnatural links are harmful and spammy, as well as toxic for the site. Google hates these links and immediately drops the penalty if they found any on the website."

In most cases, the penalty is triggered by sponsored or paid link, guest post, press release, link network, user-generated spams, web directories, pure spams, and direct and hidden links."

Apart from this, reputation doesn't matter to Google, match anchors need to be treated carefully, and in most cases, you are on your own until you have an SEO specialist by your side." The experts of the ProICT also took a step further and educated the audience that once the weak link is spotted, the effect of the penalty can be reversed. However, they may need to come up with the best marketing strategy to do that.
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