How to find out a website is penalized?

Updated on July 25, 2020 in General Discussion
5 on June 30, 2020

In my knowledge, there are two different types of website penalty: Manual penalty and Algorithmic penalty. Google every now and then update its algorithms to give users the best answers for their search queries and if a website breaches those algorithms it may face Algorithmic penalty. So I would like to know the ways to find out a website is penalized. Can you guys tell me how to find out a website is penalized?

 
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3 on July 7, 2020

Yes, , you’re right. There are two options to figure it out your website penalized or not. The first option is you can check it from your Google Search Console and the second option is by looking at your Google Analytics traffic report. through the GA you need to compare your traffic with the correct date the Google updated happened. but the important point is you need to identify which type of penalty you received for your website, then only you can get a solution to avoid Google penalties hereafter and easily recover your website 🙂

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on July 14, 2020

Thanks for the reply, Can you tell me how to find out the penalty type that a website has received?

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on July 16, 2020

yes, sure .

Mainly there are two types:

#1 – Manual Penalty: This will happen because of there are reasons. Check from here.

#2 – Algorithmic Penalty: The algorithmic penalty is the most common type, it’s automatic that are not reported to Google Search console tools. you don’t have the option to fill in a reconsideration request. here you can find only the way to identify if you were hit by an automatic penalty.

You can check this under SECURITY & MANUAL ACTIONS / MANUAL ACTIONS.

 

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on July 20, 2020

 

Thanks for this informative reply, I’ll check out the link.

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0 on July 25, 2020

To check any fines, you can log in to your webmaster account and select “Manual Action” in “Search Traffic”. The site-wide fine is the most unpleasant one, because your site is considered spam by Google and your ranking drops sharply.

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