Ok fair enough :)
Thank you glad you like it.
So... what is your question then? :)
Links that are found higher on the page usually get more juice (not menu, contextual I mean). That's for external links.
I'm not 100% on this but...
You disavowed the links. If they were powerful that's why you dropped.
Let's chew 'em up!
Thank you very much for your testimonial.
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Let's chew 'em up!
Disavow should be the last resort.
You should actually remove the links first. With PBN it should be easy. You can get your website flagged like...
Give us an update one you get some results :)
Yes, that's what I meant. Just resurrect the URL structure and use brand new, copyright free, relevant, original content.
With that budget you can slowly start building your own PBN. and Afford a cheaper guest post or niche edit here and there.
Personally, that's all...
That example is OK but generally yeah, it can attribute to over-optimization big time since URL is one of the most important places you can put...
I always make sure there is at least one "no link" piece of content around 500 words on the homepage. It is also important to make sure homepage...
3 hours is nothing.
Glitches like this happen all the time. Sometimes whole websites dissapear from index not just console. I'm talking about...
That depends on your investment. As especially on the quality of those 16 referring domains.
I personally wouldn't bother building out a site...
From the graph it doesn't look completely dead. It's still higher than it was in the beginning.
That's most likely cause of your troubles.
What do you mean by "good"?
Before I can answer any of that we must clear out one thing.... What's your monthly budget?
I think that's too soon.
I would wait much longer and in the meantime deploy a website on it and resurrect old pages.
Make it well indexed again.
Steps 4-8 are not natural and might be where the fault is.
It reality searcher does something like this:
4. Quickly scope out the search...
Images are broken.
It's almost certainly the links.
Advice for the future: Ask one or two closely related questions and provide little...
From my past experience, after 301 has been disabled for some time the links will be attributed to the original website.
You said this happened...
Separate names with a comma.