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Websites with Questionable Links Hit Hard by Google Penguin

Why websites lost their ranking after April's algorithm changes "

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Websites with Questionable Links Hit Hard by Google Penguin

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After Google's Penguin update many webmasters who took shortcuts were left scratching their heads as websites dropped from page one of searches. The algorithm changes targeted sites using practices against Google Webmaster Guidelines to artificially boost search engine rankings. By cracking down on sites who engaged in unnatural link building practices, like buying backlinks, Google aimed to improve the search experience for users. Webmasters are now left with the task of cleaning up bad links. Read the full story on: Link Pruning and Google Penguin! How to Address Bad Links after Penguin

The Penguin Update takes three powerful factors into consideration for a penalty: -Ratio of Exact Match Anchor Text in Poor Quality Articles -Ratio of Bad Links coming from autoapprove, non-moderated blogs -Ratio of No real On-site Activity by any visitors compared to inbound links
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