Have you suffered a drop in the number of relevant visitors to your site? What though the days that you expected to see an improvement statistics are not replaced? If this is your case, it is very likely that your site has been penalized by Google. Regarding the reasons may be it is a misleading method of monetization or content whose quality did not meet the requirements of the recent algorithms of the browser (to consider it as SPAM), but can also concerned a bug in your site and not in the “black list” but is having failures that prevent access to users.
In order to find out for sure are some portals that Make Use Of shared to check directly if the site is part of “blacklists” of ISP’s or SPAM Google can take as a reference, but before my advice is to check the number of pages Indexed by that question can a ban temporary (a fall in keywords and positioning) or total (no trail). To do this just go to Google.com and enter and search “site: http://tusitio.com” without quotes and change it to http://tusitio.com for your URL.
The Abusive Hosts Blocking List
This tool compares the domain or IP of the server hosting the page with a database consisting of thousands of sites that several Internet Service Providers (ISP) consider as spam, malware or virus. If the relationship is affirmative, highlights the reason for the impasse and in several cases suggestions to prevent it.
As discussed in MakeUseOf is the most popular as it does the same as the previous one, just not with a database but with dozens of them. If it finds any problems, see a “OK” next to the database revised, otherwise we will report a “Listed” and “See why” to know the reasons.
MXToolbox also offers a tool to check on several bases, highlighting the blacklists and causes of the blockages, has a service for $ 20 a month monitors and alert as soon as added the domain or IP in question to a of these lists, in addition to showing solutions.
WhatIsMyIpAdress addition to its known function to show the IP that belongs to each team, also has a review of blacklists of spam sites, useful for example to know if that’s the reason why the email of the company (or person ) does not pass the filters of the mail systems and therefore do not reach their destination.
Another site that performs a comprehensive analysis to find if the site is considered a banned site, SPAM or malware. “Not Found” is the answer that will throw if the hypothesis is false, or at least the databases do not take it that way.
Google Webmasters tools
Finally and again, the best solution is to check directly indexing but this time from a more complete, since the tool webmasters from Google (if you have not activated, it’s free). In the “Diagnosis” in the left sidebar are some important functions such as “Crawl stats” and “Browse as Googlebot.” By the way you can look to “malicious software” that checks for dangerous content suspicions are true and are responsible for the penalties.
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