According to Google, more than 400.000 manual web spam actions are taken, every month. Matt Cutts claims that only 5% of the webmasters that have received a manual penalty are submitting a reconsideration request. But, what happens when your website is penalized? Should you bury your website and move on, or should you try to recover it? If you are one of the webmasters that have received a slap from Google, keep reading, because I will show you how to identify and recover from a manual action or an algorithm penalty.
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