TheMadScientist - 4:11 am on Jan 14, 2013 (gmt 0) [edited by: TheMadScientist at 4:31 am (utc) on Jan 14, 2013]
What Robert said (and I think I've said something to the effect of previously in one of your threads) ... In this one, my advice is:
Leave It Alone!
Google's Rank Modifying Patent for Spam Detection [webmasterworld.com]
Don't try to fix anything that's not broken. Go back to managing your site and focusing on improving for visitors from where you are now, Do Not make changes for Google or based on rankings ... Go focus on your visitors and their satisfaction and social interaction and things along those lines, but don't F*ck with anything you've fixed or anything you don't see as broken to try and influence rankings ... Let rankings 'happen' like you likely did initially.
While you're doing that, forget about Google and focus on visitors, because if you start 'reacting to Google' after you've fixed things, their algo will just re-tank you, so if you know everything's fixed, forget about Google and rankings and focus on current visitors and finding new ones from other sources.
[edited by: TheMadScientist at 4:31 am (utc) on Jan 14, 2013]