Google Hates Your Website!

Those who fail to encompass the Google search algorithm rules often become Google Penguin and Google Panda food. However, those who crack the code are rewarded with first page ranking, increased SEO, and a more powerful brand engagement.

When Google likes your website, you will also become more trustworthy to your audience. And this could help you leverage social shares while maximizing your marketing efforts.

“It’s paradoxical that SEO, which drives 75% of search traffic, garners less than 15% of an average SEM marketing budget, while PPC that provides barely 25% earns 80% of it,” according to Search Engine Land.

Let’s take a closer look at 10 reasons why Google dislikes your website, so you can fix it and boost your brand engagement.

You want to mend your relationship with Google. It is important for your marketing strategy and will allow your business to blossom in new ways. When Google trusts your site again, it will be kind and faithful, becoming one of your best brand ambassadors.

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