What to Do After You’re Google Suspended
In internet marketing Google is the biggest name. Internet marketing is highly depending on Google. There are some other websites which offer internet advertisement but none of those are big like Google and none of those can offer facilities like Google.
If Google somehow bans any website then the whole marketing processes collapse in a sense. So, marketers need to be very careful and should know each and every terms made by Google in case of advertisement.
Suspended by Google is the biggest nightmare for any internet marketer. But they know the reasons behind the ban then they can still do something. Sometimes Google suspends an account without any notice. So, marketers badly need to know the reason behind the possible reasons of the ban. A good knowledge about the Google’s TOS can save their money a lot. In present world, Google is the number one in this trend and they did not achieve it in one day. Google has to assure a lot of things to a lot of parties like their visitors, advertisers, partners etc. and this is really important for them to ensure the quality. Good quality assurance is the key behind Google’s success and they know this very ell so they will not destroy this fame by offering poor ads which will show up in the results. And that is why Google suspends a lot of accounts just to ensure the quality.
Google has set up its own rules and regulations for advertisers and if any one of them violets these then Google takes actions. But this is not the end of the campaign. Marketers still can do something to recover the loss. There are obviously few solutions which will at least help to recover some of the loss. First of all an affected person needs to know the reasons behind the ban. If they can know the reason then they can take actions which will help them to recover the loss. Few immediate actions that a site owner can take can be:
- Canonical problem should be solved
- Delete and edit all the Meta tags.
- If any webpage contains duplicated information then this contents should be deleted
- Inform Google about the websites which hijacked contents from the website.
- Index page redirection
- Upgrade the website to a VPS to the own dedicated IP address.
After doing all these things, they should wait for few days to let Google have a look on the website again and hopefully the site will be enlisted again in the Google’s index. If it does not happen then one can send a service request to Google although it may take a lot of time to get a reply but something is always better than nothing.
If everything goes good then the site will be run in the index again. But we all know that prevention is always better than cure. So, website authorities who depend on Google a lot should be very much familiar with Google’s TOS. Only a good knowledge about this can help one to run their internet promotional activities without any flaw.