---- Google Reconsideration Requests - New Clarity
CainIV - 5:14 am on Aug 5, 2011 (gmt 0)
Tesdter, thanks for trying to clarify the issue, but this doesn't change alot. One point that has always been the thorn in the side of any legitimate business and is the reason likely for more than 75% of the reinclusion requests in my opinion:
However, webmasters don't generally know if it's an algorithmic or manual action, so the most important thing is to clean up the spam violation and submit a reconsideration request to be sure.
This won't charge until Google significantly addresses and actually makes real, logical sense of that statement in the form of action.
[edited by: tedster at 2:08 pm (utc) on Aug 5, 2011] [edit reason] fix character set issue [/edit]