Anybody actually recovered from March Update?

My content is actually pretty good. It’s indexed and used to rank in the top, but doesn’t rank anymore (but is still indefra). Did you just rewrite existing articles and was there Anything that you focused on here?
 
If you didn't have any manual actions, then publish quality contents and build links, it might help you!
 
I'm working on it, I believe there is a high chance by adding strong trusted and related links from same niches sites.
 
Anyone else recovered? I see a good few people mentioning trimming content to make it to the point, has this worked for anyone?
 
Anyone else recovered? I see a good few people mentioning trimming content to make it to the point, has this worked for anyone?
How do you want to recover when most keywords are dominated by big brands like reddit, youtube, forbes, amazon etc... I never heard anyone recovering. This is the end for small / medium size websites.
 
I am getting recovery but very slowly. Recovery can take time, and moving domains isn't a magic bullet. Focus on creating high-quality content and backlinks. That's the best long-term strategy for SEO.
 
We had a customer site that was hit, by the march update, lost about 1/4 of traffic. however, we continued building backlinks, and just a few days ago, the site pretty much recovered...
 
We had a customer site that was hit, by the march update, lost about 1/4 of traffic. however, we continued building backlinks, and just a few days ago, the site pretty much recovered...
Out of interest what type of backlinks? Thanks
 
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