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sharmin Akther
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Homepage articles seo what is a google penalty and how do I avoid it? What is a google penalty and how to avoid it? Posted: 2021-05-27 man worrying about google penalty. There are two forms of “penalties” seos think of when referring to a google penalty. One is a manual action penalty, company employee list which is site specific and applied intentionally. The other type of "Penalty" is really more of a consequence. This happens when a site loses its ranking because of google's algorithm. Google reports that manual actions occur less and less frequently as the algorithm gets smarter. For example, google applied 2.9 million manual actions in 2020, which is far below the 4 million sent in 2018 and 6 million in 2017. Since algorithmic results explain more and more ranking drops, calling them search engine penalties seems fair to me. Below, I'll go into more detail about both types and company employee list why the penalties exist. Feel free to go ahead:how webmaster guidelines and penalties work what is a google manual action penalty what is an algorithmic penalty how webmaster guidelines and penalties work google's "Webmaster guidelines" help website publishers understand what can lead to a penalty or poor ranking. These guidelines focus on quality. A quality website will provide a good user experience. Websites that provide a good user experience have a better chance of competing in search results. Websites that create a poor user experience and violate google's guidelines may either receive a manual penalty from google, simply not rank, company employee list or both. The webmaster guidelines are guided by core quality principles that include the following:build pages primarily for users, not search engines. Don't mislead your users. Avoid tricks intended to improve search engine rankings. A good rule of thumb is whether you would.
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