Loosing website rank

  • jesusbond
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi All

I'm working as a SEO and right now am doing directory, article, press release, Classified, forums, Social Bookmarking, Blog submissions, local business listing but am unable to get my earlier rank of site. So please let me know that what should I do to get my top 10 rank in Google.

Waiting for earlier reply.
  • sbglobal123
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Try to remove bad Link that u have created before. Now make Only quality based Link . make Fresh contents .
  • seoindia1
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Firstly you should remove bad backlinks and not post huge data which make your website ranking down. After removing bad links, try to write a fresh content of your website pages
  • Jasonsmith21
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I think you got to be relevant and moderate in your link building. What I would suggest is look at the content on page, are you targetting the keywords in the same manner so that Google can understand what you are trying to relate to?

I changed the content of my page one day and he dropped to position 30 from 1. I went back to the content, implemented the keywords again and re-wrote the content and he is now back at position one.


So yes, I would suggest looking at the content on page and re-optimising it for the given keyword.
  • hopelitten
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Post 3+ Months Ago

good ways of gaining traffic are
Directory listings
Forum posting
Email marketing
Social media
These are all great ways that will help you with your website. Social media marketing is a great way to communicate with your customers and it makes it easy for them to spread the word about your business!
Hope this helps!! :)
  • darkwing
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Post 68 days ago

Like the above people have mentioned, you should analyze the quality of all your back links and remove only the bad ones. Openlinkprofiler is a good tool that can show you if you have low quality links.

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