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    There are two ways to find out if your website was penalized by Google. The first one is through the Google Search Console and the second is by looking at your Google analytics traffic reports and comparing your traffic with the dates the Google updated occurred.


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    The Difference Between Manual and Algorithmic Link Penalties
    If you're hit with a link penalty, it'll be one of two types: a manual penalty or an algorithmic penalty. Manual penalties are applied by a member of Google's webspam team. A real person manually reviews your link profile and gives you the penalty.


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    The most ideal approach to check if your site was punished by a programmed punishment is to login to Google investigation and survey your Google natural traffic. On the off chance that you see a drop in rush hour gridlock during the dates that Google discharged an algorithmic change, at that point most likely you were hit and that is the explanation that your traffic dropped.


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    The most ideal approach to check if your site was punished by a programmed punishment is to login to Google investigation and audit your Google natural traffic. On the off chance that you see a drop in rush hour gridlock during the dates that Google discharged an algorithmic change, at that point most presumably you were hit and that is the explanation that your traffic dropped.


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    There are two ways to find out if your website was penalized by Google. The first one is through the Google Search Console and the second is by looking at your Google analytics traffic reports and comparing your traffic with the dates the Google updated occurred.


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    Login your account to open Webmasters Tools. ...
    Look up when the significant loss in traffic took place and check if any updates were launched at that time;
    Type the query of your domain into the search line to see if it is indexed as one of top ten results.


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    There are two ways to find out if your website was penalized by Google. The first one is through the Google Search Console and the second is by looking at your Google analytics traffic reports and comparing your traffic with the dates the Google updated occurred.


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    The best way to check if your website was penalized by an automatic penalty is to login to Google analytics and review your Google organic traffic. If you see a drop in traffic during the dates that Google released an algorithmic change, then most probably you were hit and that's the reason that your traffic dropped.


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    The best way to check if your website was penalized by an automatic penalty is to login to Google analytics and review your Google organic traffic. If you see a drop in traffic during the dates that Google released an algorithmic change, then most probably you were hit and that's the reason that your traffic dropped.


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    There are two ways to find out if your website was penalized by Google. The first one is through the Google Search Console and the second is by looking at your Google analytics traffic reports and comparing your traffic with the dates the Google updated occurred.


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