90% of all webmasters got hit by either Google Panda or Google Penguin. It's time to get rid of those Poor back links affecting Google ranking positions negatively.
(PRWEB) October 05, 2013
Last week, SEO recovery agency 1SEO1 released a complimentary eBook to help identify and eliminate bad backlinks. Removing and detecting bad backlinks has recently become a topic of major concern in the SEO industry, thanks to the latest Google updates such as Penguin and Panda.
Nowadays, a huge part of daily SEO work is dedicated to reveal and delete bad backlinks. Previously, Google had not been able to detect link networks, bought links, guest book links spam or forum link spam, making the recent need for removal one of the most challenging tasks in the daily work of web masters and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) agencies. However, this practice has been deemed necessary to re-gain any former favorable rankings in Google or Yahoo.
1SEO1.com’s new eBook comes with a step by step guide for detecting, removing and valuing backlinks of all kinds. Since its release, the eBook has grown to be one of the most helpful guides in the detection of unfavorable backlinks. Author Jain, head of the 1SEO1 company, invested two years of experimenting and research into the book and has produced an outstanding collection of information and techniques to spot, value and remove those backlinks that may be affecting the rankings of websites in a negative way. The guide has proven to be a unique source of information collected for the first time in Google Update history.
It’s never too late! The Google Bad Back links eBook has the solution.
1SEO1 is a search engine optimization recovery agency that specializes in detection and removal of bad backlinks, due to Google updates. For more information, please visit their website or email info(at)1seo1(dot)com