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Our SEO Audit & Google Penalty Removal Service
Many old and commonplace SEO techniques have now become an outlawed by Google and other search engines. Luckily, Opace is here to make sure your site doesn’t suffer the same way!
If your rankings have dropped or you have seen a loss of traffic, one common cause could be a Google algorithm update. It may be that your site has simply lost favour with Google for one reason or another, or potentially because you have been penalised.
Either way don’t give up! With the help of Opace you can get on the right side of Google and improve your search rankings moving forward.
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Here is a list of answers to our most frequently asked questions regarding our SEO audits and Google penalty removal service. If your question hasn’t been answered here, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Opace team.
1. Do you use auditing software?
Although many SEO agencies use auditing software to assess backlinks, here at Opace we choose to do things manually and only use tools where they add to our process. The problem with auditing software is that they can make mistakes, which is why we evaluate everything ourselves manually before reporting back to you.
2. How long does it take to get a Google penalty lifted?
It’s hard to say really. We have found that some manual penalties are removed within weeks of submitting a reconsideration request, whereas others have taken several months. Google doesn’t always provide a clear indication of why your site has been penalised, which is why our SEO audit service is necessary to help uncover the issues.
3. Do I still need an audit if I haven’t had a formal penalty?
If you are aware of potential SEO issues but haven't been penalised, we recommend that you get a Google penalty check and audit ASAP! If on the other hand, you've only ever done natural marketing and you’re website is well-written and unique, you should be absolutely fine.