4 Steps To Fix Organic Traffic Drop
Also, you have to check Google Webmaster Tools Manual Actions section, because that is where you’ll get notification of the Google penalties which have been placed to your website.
However, one thing you have to do in this situation is accept the decision with a bold heart and quickly move to solving the problem.
Finding out exactly what happened to your website is the first step you have to take. Since it is an on-page issue, you’ll need to reexamine most of your content and linking approach, and also check for duplicated content.
And if it is an off-page issue, you’ll have to find and get rid of the links that were considered to be unnatural. As for the remaining backlinks still pointing to your website and wasn’t removed, you just need to disavow them.
3. Examine Google Search Console
As technical as Google algorithms can be, they are always very precise about what they expect from a website. You need to commitedly adhere to their instructions and also implement their feedback for improved search performance.
Google Search Console is a free service offered by Google which will certainly help you track, optimize, and maintain your website’s presence in search engine results pages.
Google Search Console can be used to know if there are any crawling errors interfering with the clarity or indexing of your website. So properly check for the following to be guided:
• DNS errors
• Server errors
• URL errors