Major SERP drop in Google, what do you recommend?

by Big0ne 14 replies
Hi guys!

A high traffic website is dealing with a significant SERP drop in Google. It's been ranking well for a long period.

It's very hard to predict what exactly went wrong. It looks too complex for me to understand.

Can you guys recommend the best company/person to hire, to do a complete checkup and help with the recovery?

There are many companies/people, and I don't want to go with the wrong one.

Thanks
#search engine optimization #drop #google #major #recommend #serp
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    Recently, there have been a lot of updates from Google. So, maybe that's the reason.
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  • Profile picture of the author sinGN
    1.optimize your content
    2.optimize images
    3.do SEO in a efficient manner
    4.use social media network
  • Profile picture of the author Endrue11
    On-page is most effective factor for down ranking, check all on- page activities proper manner and also do quality link building on relevant websites.
  • Profile picture of the author KevinJohnson1
    Your website has been a hit in the latest Google "Fred" update confirmed on 8 March.
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  • Profile picture of the author altonroot
    There is heavy algorithmic changes recently. Major one of them is Fred. Read more about it here,
  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by expmrb View Post

    Recently, there have been a lot of updates from Google. So, maybe that's the reason.
    Originally Posted by KevinJohnson1 View Post

    Your website has been a hit in the latest Google "Fred" update confirmed on 8 March.
    Originally Posted by altonroot View Post

    There is heavy algorithmic changes recently. Major one of them is Fred. Read more about it here,
    So without knowing a thing about the website, the market being targeted, or even when the ranking drop happened (it could have been 3 months ago), it's a recent Google update that caused the problem? Brilliant.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by sinGN View Post

    1.optimize your content
    2.optimize images
    3.do SEO in a efficient manner
    4.use social media network
    Originally Posted by Endrue11 View Post

    On-page is most effective factor for down ranking, check all on- page activities proper manner and also do quality link building on relevant websites.
    And did the two of you even read the original post? They are not asking for any of that nonsense.
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  • Profile picture of the author battlex
    the main factor for current G algo is bounce rate.
    so make sure you have good content to hook you readers on your site as long as they can.

    site like spammy keyword, spinned, and others low quality content will be dropped
    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by battlex View Post

      the main factor for current G algo is bounce rate.
      so make sure you have good content to hook you readers on your site as long as they can.

      site like spammy keyword, spinned, and others low quality content will be dropped
      That is ridiculous. Bounce rate is not a ranking factor, much less "the main factor".
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  • Profile picture of the author Sclark
    Not exactly what you`ve asked for, but perhaps this might help you to clarify the situation, and find the reason and the fix yourself - it`s just the coolest and comprehensible article about ranking drop, on how to investigate and deal with that. It`s kind of a question of current interest, but indeed, there are plenty of possible reasons (not neccessarily the recent update). Anyways, hope this can help you.
  • Profile picture of the author MyVoice1
    You should review you content quality, because poor content may mass ranking in web search result.
    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by MyVoice1 View Post

      You should review you content quality, because poor content may mass ranking in web search result.
      Nonsense. This thread ranks #1 for "Major SERP drop in Google" despite the poor content you added to it.
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