My Website is Hit by Google Spam Update Dec 2022

Marc van Leeuwen

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I'm sorry to hear that your website was hit by a Google spam update. Recovering from a Google penalty can be a challenging task, but there are some steps you can take to improve your website's search engine rankings. Firstly, conduct a thorough audit of your website to identify any spammy or low-quality links, duplicate content, or other issues that could be causing the penalty. Then, remove or disavow any spammy links, improve the quality of your content, and ensure your website is optimized for mobile devices. You can also submit a reconsideration request to Google once you've fixed the issues. Finally, focus on creating high-quality, engaging content that provides value to your audience and continues to build your website's authority over time. By following these steps, you can help recover your website's search engine rankings and avoid future penalties.
 
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