7 reason why google penalise your website?

by Rupa Chakravarty Digital Marketer by choice. And a Teacher by profe


In the world of Digital Marketing, there are many things that every person wants to do. Like quick success, big name, and fam. Every businessman wants to earn money and wants a big name in marketing. So they try black hat techniques in their business (Online and Offline business). They don't even know that they are in trouble.

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Here I'm sharing seven reasons which as a rule hamper your positioning and Google may punish your blog.


Try not to manhandle the calculation with false practices, for example, the page content has nothing to do with what you Google. Numerous website admins exploit this to put catchphrases that have nothing to do with the Content and are guaranteed a spot, despite the fact that that has nothing to do. While this might be counterproductive, in such a case that the Google bot is identified, which occurs much of the time, condemns the site being referred to


Numerous website admins program their site pages for two sorts of visits, an ordinary client, and a Google robot. This will make two kinds of pages, one with the biggest number of catchphrases made for the visit of the robot that is practically confused and an ordinary client.

With this, the designers mean to trick the Google robot to situate your site as high as could be expected under the circumstances, however, Google is distinguishing these pages and obviously the punishments.


With this system, the website admin encodes a page with numerous catchphrases, improved for specific pursuits, with a Javascript divert to a site utilizing coded effectively, with the expectation to swindle Google, on the grounds that the robot doesn't perceive javascript. With this kind of training, Google can erase the entire site.

Mirror pages

Copy pages with similar Content are punished by Google since clients can arrive at more than once to similar data. Despite the fact that 20-30% post deception doesn't influence positioning, trying too hard, will make your blog/site seem as though a content scrapper website and Google may expel you from search.

Hidden  Connections

This is the most widely recognized technique for attempting to get backlinks by putting Hidden connections. Standard clients can't see such connections until they check the source code of the page, however, Google does. Such connections are again a major calamity for a large portion of the bloggers. More often than not when you utilize a free WordPress topic or download Premium topic or module from downpour locales, you wound up having such concealed connections in your item. One should have a go at downloading everything from authentic locales.

Outbound Spam Links

Google believes you're either allowing spam to be housed on your site or aren't being sufficiently dynamic to forestall it. This can occur on the that you permit guests to make new pages on your site with new content. For Example, guests might be leaving blog remarks, posting in a gathering, or making profiles/represents the sole reason for connecting back to their website with advanced grapple interface content.

Low Engagement

Google imagines that guests to your site aren't happy with what they find since they either invest next to no energy seeing it or snap back to the indexed lists without review more than one page of your site (called a ricochet). On the off chance that your site has a bob pace of over half as well as a normal review time of under 30 seconds, at that point it could make your site be punished. 

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About Rupa Chakravarty Innovator   Digital Marketer by choice. And a Teacher by profe

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