Why my website stuck on 5th page on Google?

Why my website stuck on 5th page on Google?

Your website has been penalized algorithmically or manually by Google.

Sites that receive website penalties resulting in no traffic from search engine often rise quickly in rankings due to the actions of their owners or their SEO agencies, and the drops usually affect their top positions in the search engine. Typically, this happens if you heavily violate the webmaster guidelines, for example, through keyword stuffing, spamming links, or generating junk content. You probably know what you were penalized for, and it's likely those actions that resulted in the most significant gains in search results.

What should you do if you receive a penalty, and your site ranks at the 50-60 position?

Check the Search Console for manual penalties. If there are any, address the problem and submit a reconsideration request. If there's no manual penalty, it's best to immediately create a new domain and start everything from scratch, and on the penalized domain, consider what you overdid and try to undo some of the work and wait. The worst approach is hastily implementing fixes, recrawling, and expecting improvement within a few days. From our experience, this never happened immediately and required a lot of patience. Many penalties that were imposed had a lasting impact on the domain's reputation and its future results, which were no longer as impressive as with a "clean reputation."


  • Expert comment
    Jackie Chan 01.01.2008

    I'm not gonna waste my time to implement such a no sense module.


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