Google Manual Penalty Removal - Unnatural Inbound Links

Google Manual Penalty Removal - Unnatural Inbound Links

Cancelled

Job Description

I'm currently looking for an SEO specialist who has a proven track record in being able to remove Google Manual Penalty's.

I currently have just 1x one page website which has received an Unnatural Inbound Links Penalty, however I have 14x sites in total that have been using the same link building strategy. Therefore it's highly probable more notices may come through in time. That said, I believe each penalty (if more do actually come through) should be dealt with individually.

Strangely, the site that has received the manual penalty is actually brand new and is only receiving links from on older site which has been forwarded to the new site via 301 redirects.

The Old Site URL: http://www.increase-web-traffic.co
The New Site URL: http://increasefreewebtraffic.com

Actual Notice from Google:

Google has detected a pattern of artificial or unnatural links pointing to your site. Buying links or participating in link schemes in order to manipulate PageRank are violations of Google's Webmaster Guidelines.

As a result, Google has applied a manual spam action to increasefreewebtraffic.com/. There may be other actions on your site or parts of your site.

Recommended action

Use the Links to Your Site feature in Webmaster Tools to download a list of links to your site.

Ensure that unnatural links pointing to your site are removed.

When these changes are made, and you are satisfied that links to your site follow Google's Webmaster Guidelines, submit a reconsideration request. If you're unable to remove links pointing to your site, please provide as much detail as possible in your reconsideration request.

For an updated list of manual actions currently applied to your site, visit the Manual Actions page. If no manual actions are listed, there is no longer a need to file a reconsideration request.

If we determine your site is no longer in violation of our guidelines, we'll revoke the manual action.

If you have any questions about how to resolve this issue, please visit the Webmaster Help Forum.