Likewise, once your website is dead, hardly could a search engine make any effort to resurrect it, forget about Google. By ‘dead’, I mean it is technically finished and holds no more existence over the web, thanks to the spamdexing, link baiting, link farming, copied content and other Blackhat SEO methods that you leverage. Consequently, you are compelled to accommodate your business in the cold bag. No prizes for guessing that the harm further increases to manifolds if you have multiple domains at stake.
For God’s sake, its not just a freaking website but your business and the source of your bread and butter, how can you let it go?
- Avoid too much of link building as it is a passé now, post Google penguin
- Do not over optimize your site so as to end up making it a spam site
- Take care of latent semantic indexing (LSI) and thin content issues
- Avoid keyword stuffing and including gibberish content
- Make your content more readable by potential visitors and searchable by Google
- Try to emphasize on information rich and good quality content
- Last but not the least, to get genuine content, strictly abiding by all the aforementioned points, Contact me J