Unless you are a dabbler in the search space, you would know that April 24, 2012 marked a red letter day in the history of web marketing. It was when Google fired the mighty ‘Penguin’ salvo at the global webmasters.
This was a second major roll out post Google’s Panda update back in 2011. While Panda focused on improving the visitor experience, Penguin is designed to weed out over-optimization. Those who mistake Penguin as rather amicable suffer its ruthless wrath. Penguin poses threat for those who violate Google’s quality guidelines. This might include bogus link building and farming, content spamming and forgery, keyword stuffing, website cloaking and many more reasons.
Your Bespoke Penguin Recovery Plan
At e-Intelligence, our vision coincides with that of Google – to make the internet universally useful! Our SEO experts have spent hours and days to demystify the Penguin algorithm. We have successfully devised Penguin compliant strategies providing effective recovery roadmap.
As a Google Certified Partner, we will help you reposition your rankings back to where they were or even beyond. We are committed to increasing visibility, authority and relevance of your website. Our Penguin proof services begin with reviewing and repairing your back-links using white-hat methods. We then submit your website to Google for reconsideration. Only after your reputation on Google is restored, we recommence organic SEO campaign leveraging our vast industry experience.
Repairing the Penguin penalties does not happen over-night!
There is no magic-pill to cure your ranking woes. Beware of fallacious claims guaranteeing instant recovery like ‘301-ing’ your penalized websites. Redirecting to a new domain can never be a permanent fix. Recovery is rather a gradual process of neutralizing your link-profile.
We cater to all the major cities throughout the US, including New York, Washington, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose, Chicago, Denver, Miami, Boston, Houston, Austin, Stanford, Seattle and Portland.
You don’t have to take our word for it! Take a minute to browse through our selected Penguin success stories.
One of the leading automobile paint protection companies in Queensland, Australia contacted e-Intelligence recently. Their website had fallen afoul of Penguin within a month of its launch. The company got numerous messages from Google on their webmasters informing them of their website penalties. As a result, they saw a drastic reduction in their daily website traffic. Their main keywords dramatically dropped all the way out of the top 100.
We, at e-Intelligence, designed an effective Penguin recovery strategy for the client. With our efforts and expertise, the client has regained its lost rankings as Google exonerated the website.
A premier Texas based residential lease properties database company suffered search engine distress only a week after the Penguin refresh. Post penalty, the company reached out to e-Intelligence in hopes of a faster recovery. Their rankings begun to rumble and they simply could not figure out why and how.
On analyzing their website, we found out that their previous SEO agency was using excessive link building techniques to synthetically improve their rank. Our ethical Penguin penalty cleanup solutions helped them in reclaiming their lost reputation on Google.
A renowned criminal defense firm in Florida, USA came to e-Intelligence last month. The firm’s website was badly hit by the Penguin algorithm. Not only did they observe a demotion in their rankings, their website traffic had significantly dipped as well.
e-Intelligence’s goal hence, was to make sure that the client resumed its well-deserved position on Google. Our experts helped the client in reducing the number of adversely affected keywords per page. We also ensured that fresh content was added to their website every week. Wherefore, the website recovered gradually and rankings restored.
Do you feel like the wind has been knocked out of your sails? Just stamping your feet up and down won’t help. Call us for a FREE consultation!
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