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        <p>Did you suddenly find that all your traffic has disappeared?
Perhaps yesterday you ranked on the first page of Google and today you
can't even find your site when you do a search. These are symptoms that
you may have been banned from Google.</p>
<p>This is no joke. If you have not been employing the right kind of SEO
strategies, it can land you in some serious trouble. Google's search
engine market share is close to 80%, so if you are depending on the Web
for your livelihood and your company's continued profitability, being
banned from the most widely used search engine might be catastrophic for
your business.</p>
<p>Take a look at what you've been doing and rectify the any bad Web
practices you have been using to drive traffic to your site.</p>
<p>1.      Are you using hidden text or hidden links? Google's
algorithms can now easily detect texts and links that are the same color
as the background, as well as text that is stuffed somewhere off the
visible page. Your site will be categorized as spam when you do this.</p>
<p>2.      If you are using cloaking techniques, again, you will
be considered spam. Trying your best to show Google bots different
content from what users will actually see on the page practically
guarantees that you will be banned.</p>
<p>3.      Are you purchasing links? This is the kind of sneaky
SEO that Google bots are continually designed to guard against. Google
prides itself on providing the most relevant result to users, not
necessarily the best funded. Page rankings are based on their usefulness,
so if your link has terms near it that suggest that it has been bought by
sponsors or advertisers, it will be flagged. If it comes up with links
completely unrelated to the topic on the page, it will be flagged. In
general, buying links is another sure way to get banned from Google.</p>
<p>4.      Do you have duplicate content on your site that's not
configured properly? You must use canonical tags to avoid duplicate
content issues.</p>
<p>5.      Have your site been hacked recently? If it has, the
hackers might have placed some kind of code on your site which could be
the reason you were banned from Google search results.</p>
<p>Luckily, a Google ban is not always permanent. We can help you to
rectify whatever damaging practices you have been using and get your site
cleaned up, from meta tags to coding. The best thing for the continued
health your online business is to be honest about your site and what it
<p>If you are simply not reaching your target audience, don't resort to
these tactics. Optimum7 can show you how to reach them through positive
SEO practices that yield results and build the kind of back links and
rankings you want—those based on the service you actually provide.</p>
<p>You will never be a successful online business if you annoy users
rather than give them something they are actually looking for, and Google
actively works to make sure of that by constantly changing their
algorithms to service users. At best, all you'll do is continue barking
up the wrong tree. At worst, your site might be banned from Google.</p>
<p>If you are wondering, "Is my Website Banned by Google?" <a
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