Google Penalty Removal Service by Krasovetz Consulting, LLC
So the saga continues as million of websites around the world have been penalized. Our Google Penalty Removal service includes Panda, Penguin, & Phantom. Oh, Phantom sounds scary, and it is. The main reason we were hit with a manual penalty was for adding followed anchor text into the bottom of clients websites that said ‘My Desired Keyword by My Company’ (both ‘my desired keyword’ and ‘my company name’ linked to our website). At the time, we were just doing this out of habit, but we never varied anchor text, always had followed links and we were basically violating Google’s quality guidelines.
Why Our Google Penalty Removal Service?
After a lot of work and research, we managed to remove the penalty from our website and since then have worked on lots of other clients websites to help them lift penalties. We’ve worked with clients who’ve had both unnatural link penalties along with on-site penalties for low-quality content, cloaking issues, and malware issues. We have a great success rate and are consistently trying to improve our processes to become even better!
What are we doing to improve?
Over the past few months, we’ve been trying out different tools to aid link recovery, speeding up our process of getting in touch with webmasters, finding new ways to contact webmasters and ultimately just trying to streamline the process of getting spammy links removed. In this guide, I’m going to review a few of the different link removal tools we’ve tried out and also give you some ideas of how you can carry out link removal work manually to get your website penalty removed.