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How Does Google Take the Reconsideration Requests for Problematic Websites?

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With the giant getting better than before, things keep on popping up for the webmasters. In the latest news, Google stated that they started mailing ‘individually’ about the problems in their websites -whether spamming or any grave issue. Google Webmaster Tool, in this sense, is now more useful for all. Nevertheless many had an issue or more a suggestion about these personal mails from Google.

One of the concerns was after fixing up the necessary issues, does Google check a ‘reconsideration request’ manually or the giant has some software? Matt Cutts answers this in his fresh video. The expert ensures that ‘Reconsideration requests’ are certainly looked and checked by the humans at Google.

In addition, the engineer clarifies a few more things about reconsideration request that will be useful for the webmasters to have a quality website adhering to the guidelines of Google for better ranking.

Experts at OnlineMarketingUpdates have a suggestion for the personal mails by the Google. For the webmasters, it’s important to get some details about the problems to work precisely on it. This will certainly save the time and provide better websites to the search engines. As of now, in the mail of Google, the giant just mentions the overview of the issues rather than explaining it in details.

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Written by onlinemarketingupdates

October 25, 2012 at 9:23 am

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  1. […] How Does Google Take the Reconsideration Requests […]

  2. I agree with your thought.Thank you for your sharing.

    Cletus Jergen

    October 26, 2012 at 3:02 am

  3. Thanks for the video, this is an issue we are facing. Many years ago we had a manual request accepted and as a result we got more traffic than we had ever seen before, I was unser as to how things worked these days.

    Andrew Wilson

    November 4, 2012 at 11:38 am


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