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Offline Kapil

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An official letter to Google? How? And does it make sense?
« on: July 04, 2017, 10:58:41 AM »
On the promotion of a website, which for several years ranked very poorly.

5-6 years ago, it was hit by a filter for low-quality content, after correcting this situation, the position in Google did not became better and it was decided to change the domain with a redirect. At first, like the site is crawled up, but quickly recovered and returned to its native path - to the back of the issuance.

The texts were copied, built links but the result is almost zero.

Was the last hope for the site transfer to the new CMS - transfer also gave nothing.

All this time, write letters to Googles Help Desk to get a formal reply - all is well with the site and it continues to evolve, there are no restrictions.

So reaching to a live person through the Internet correspondence did not work, we decided to send a letter to Google, old-fashioned, paper)

The question is, has somebody tried to do it and what was the result?

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An official letter to Google? How? And does it make sense?
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Offline Rajesh

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Re: An official letter to Google? How? And does it make sense?
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2017, 11:08:24 AM »
If everything is fine with your website, they might answer the mail.

Generally Friday post.

Develop a user-friendly website and better will be the position, cms won't make many changes.

Offline Roshan

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Re: An official letter to Google? How? And does it make sense?
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2017, 11:11:02 AM »
Writing a letter does not count worth, we live in an age of e-mails...