TheOptimizationIdiot - 6:27 pm on May 3, 2013 (gmt 0)
You refused to look at sound reasoning and you started thread after thread about the same thing.
That said, you can't fix your problem without fixing your content.
TLDR: I wanted to put that out there - I was undoubtedly penalized on Penguin day, and my traffic undoubtedly returned on October 13.
Uh, sorry if I'm being "dense" but I'm not sure why they would need to fix the content on that which is not broken. Can you explain why you think they need to fix their content to recover the rankings of a site that we're being told recovered?
My Penguinized site - which, like many here, was actually totally hands-off on link development... 80% of my G traffic disappeared...
Google through PENGUIN removed your ability to use inorganic links so all you can do is "make your website great!"
And in this one you're saying a site that didn't do any link development probably lost their inorganic (developed) links and that's why they don't rank now. Uh, not sure I follow that one either.
Can you explain how you think a site that didn't build links lost it's rankings due to inorganic (developed) links being discounted, because I'm not sure I follow your reasoning.
Maybe I don't understand what you're calling inorganic links, because the post about the site clearly states they didn't build any links to it, so what are you referring to as inorganic links in a situation where links were not being built prior to or after Penguin?