(PRWEB UK) 30 April 2014
Some companies may have used low quality link-building techniques in an attempt to improve their search ranking, only to find themselves penalised by Google and their traffic and rank significantly lowered as a result.
Red Aliens service provides assistance to webmasters and companies who have been impacted with a manual or algorithmic penalty. It is an affordable solution to an issue that can be both destructive and have big financial impact on a business that relies on its website for online sales or enquiries.
Red Alien Managing Director Zak Jacobs says, We have seen an increase this year in enquiries for a SEO repair service as many business owners have seen their website rankings plummet. We analyse and fix these website traffic problems caused by either lack of knowledge during the website set up or low quality link building techniques. By the time webmasters come to us with these enquiries, their sites are usually in trouble and have often been negatively impacted by Google. If a company know they have carried out spammy link building for SEO they can also contact us for an audit to review the situation before they face future penalties and loss of traffic.
The penalty removal process involves in-depth analysis and diagnosis of the cause of a websites ranking and traffic issues alongside a review of the quality of links to a website. Harmful links can then be removed by contacting the webmasters of the sites where bad links reside, and liaising with Google on the clients behalf. Red Alien also offers advice to companies on penalty prevention to help them move forward with marketing their website during the penalty removal process.
We are confident the Red Alien SEO audit and penalty removal process will provide penalised websites the best opportunity to build a fresh search engine presence whilst adhering to Googles quality guidelines,” says Jacobs.
Red Alien is a small digital marketing team focused on search engine optimisation (SEO) and driving targeted traffic to organisations and charities in the UK.