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Check Google Penalties and Impact On Your Site with the Google Penalty Checker

Check Google Penalties and Impact On Your Site with the Google Penalty Checker | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's curator insight, August 5, 2013 11:54 AM



The Google Penalty Checker is a free web-based tool which allows you to instantly verify whether your web site has been penalized by one of the Google Panda or Google Penguin algorithm updates in the last two years.


The key characterizing feature of this service is that it provides a statistically significant result that highlights exactly which update impacted your website and if it was a positive or negative impact.


Invaluable.


Free to use.


If you want to monitor more than two websites, there's a PRO version. Pricing it's here: http://fruition.net/gpc-pricing/


Try it out now: http://fruition.net/sem/user/login


Use guide: http://fruition.net/google-penalty-checker-tool/usage-guide-google-penalty-checker-tool-basic-plan/


FAQ (very useful): http://fruition.net/seo/google-penalty-faq/ 




Adam Atodl's curator insight, August 5, 2013 7:37 PM

This is a really useful visualization of the impact of Google's updates on your websites. It allows you to see at a glance which updates had most impact and why.

The basic (free) plan allows for the checking of two websites - if you want more than that you have to upgrade to the Pro version. 

Warning - the analysis of my main site had more red on it than the one shown above - and too many big red blobs really depresses me :-(


Register for a free account here: http://fruition.net/sem/user/register

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The Risks of Submitting Your Site To Low-Quality Web Directories: Google Has Started Penalizing Them

The Risks of Submitting Your Site To Low-Quality Web Directories: Google Has Started Penalizing Them | AtDotCom Social media | Scoop.it

Robin Good: If you have been submitting your blog, web site or RSS feed indiscriminately to tens of web directories, you may want to give a serious read to this report from SEOMoz. 

 

According to the research done, Goolge has started banning and penalizing many web directories as many of these offer next to no value at all to final readers, and have been created mostly with the purpose of providing a promotional/visibility/linkback resource.

 

It looks like Google has decided to stop allowing these sites to pass "juice" to its listed member sites by penalizing them and in the worst cases (tens of them) to completely ban the directory from the SERPs.

 

From the SEOMoz original article: "...Google deindexed several directories a few weeks ago.

 

This event left us wondering if there was a rhyme to their reason. So we decided to do some intensive data collection of our own and try to figure out what was really going on.

 

We gathered a total of 2,678 directories from lists like Val Web Design, SEOTIPSY.com, SEOmoz's own directory list (just the web directories were used), and a few others, the search for clues began.

 

Out of the 2,678 directories, only 94 were banned – not too shabby.

 

However, there were 417 additional directories that had avoided being banned, but had been penalized."

 

Very useful data. 8/10

 

Full report: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/web-directory-submission-danger


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