Google Manual penalty about low-quality thing content with No Added value
I think All google Manual Actions made by Humans, All thin content cleaned by panda in case if you’ve missed or running old content with the new domain you may catch after when your traffic blasts.
- Overuse of tags in WordPress
- for An Affiliate website forgot to add rel Nofollow Attribute.
- And Below some information
- Keyword stuffed content
- Grammar mistake poor readability.
- Bounce rate high
- CTR In Google SERPS
- 1st time hit on jobs websites due to theme layout which displays tags beginning of posts looks as keyword stuffing.
- the changed domain that I got one day 20k visits and reverted to the same theme which is penalized previously. again penalized. also, there is a spun content cleaned all. sent for the reconsideration request not lifted the penalty. (manual penalty)
- Again added the new domain to the new theme still not detected because of it’slower than 1k pageviews per day.
- Some sites with Little content about 150-200 words on each page with high authority not getting penalized.
- Content Need to satisfy a User.
Find Thin Low-quality web pages using Google Analytics
- For this Login to google analytics and use this path Go to Content > Site Content > Content Drilldown.
- review your pages with low Visit for the time at least 90 days to 1 year.
- Edit Posts with No Traffic and update with the latest information, delete unnecessary posts from your website. to clean your website.
Google Analyzes significant percentages of Low-quality pages before they send the email about google manual Actions.
Screaming frog spider is the best way to identify the Thin content recommended by many bloggers. but i never used it because in shared server my website getting 503 unreachable and other server errors.
How to identify low-quality content
Do a search on google as site:yourwebsite.com. sometimes you may not find low-quality pages by google because they remove before you take action to protect their users.
Note: quality page index first, low-quality pages may be last. but you have to notice google
- search Results counts
- Actual indexing results
- results omitted
In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the NUMBER OF RESULTS already displayed.
If you like, you can repeat the search with the omitted results included.
Ads above fold Algorithm (you have to ignore this)
Reported to default Blogspot traffic rank wide stabilized within 18hours. using penalized domain created a new blog and written 5+ articles without ads sent for consideration but still, that violates as per google.
But After 1 month 3/1/2015, 3 blogs with the same theme penalized by thin content may be due to ads above the fold 8kpageviews 3 k page views daily and 100-page views blog.
it is no different in layout, but 3 websites belong to the different niche. other 3+ websites using the same theme but some differences are there.but 1 blog have the same theme and ad layout but that not penalized. sure it penalizes in future within 2 months.
- Now I am trying to add about, contact, privacy, disclaimer, sitemap pages to that blogs.
Tried asking on webmaster forum no one helped me. want to consult SEO agency but I do not trust them.
Applying for reconsideration?
manual penalty iterates by the algorithm and Google executive checks after his superior verify and confirms it’s a violation of Google.
some of the people lifted their manual penalty by policy asking google addressing the issue solving them. by showing 3+ high-quality articles.
How to recover from the Thin content issue?
- 1.check for all metrics listed below including keyword stuffed pages.
- I have read the same issue on webmasterworld.com forum but an affiliate site.
- Apart from that forum, someone suggested to don’t love your domain or URL, don’t rely on Google needs to diversify.if you unable to fix you may change the site URL but again you penalize until the issue fixes.(but only when human editors or Automated algorithm update caught.
Also, look at how to use WordPress tags and categories.