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    Lost in translation


    I've built my site around a year ago at first he was rank pretty well on all major keywords (very competitive niche).
    I've wrote a great and informative content and post a daily news, I were getting around 50 daily visitors only from SEO.

    After the pinguin update I lost my ranking, now I'm getting around 10 visitors a day
    And nothing is moving, I'm a bit lost don't know where to begin.

    Any advise?
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    well the penguin update devalued a lot of link spam, you apparently had some of the juice that is no longer helping you rank, and if that's it you need to rebuild what was lost.
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    rebuilt my backlinks?
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    Bump anyone have an idea?
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    You need to rank high up again in the SERP results to regain your organic traffic. To do this, besidesfrom On-Page SEO (optimizing your titles, URLs, metadescriptions etc.), youneed to focus on the Off-Page SEO by analyzing where your competitors gathertheir backlinks from. Then, try to get backlinks from these websites (especially the ones with the highest PR, Domain Authority etc).
    And ofcourse, track your website's rankings periodically as competition changes intime.
    Good luck!
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    Originally Posted by dan.popa
    You need to rank high up again in the SERP results to regain your organic traffic. To do this, besidesfrom On-Page SEO (optimizing your titles, URLs, metadescriptions etc.), youneed to focus on the Off-Page SEO by analyzing where your competitors gathertheir backlinks from. Then, try to get backlinks from these websites (especially the ones with the highest PR, Domain Authority etc).
    And ofcourse, track your website's rankings periodically as competition changes intime.
    Good luck!
    Thanks for the reply, what is the best way to see my competitors links?
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    To see your competitors' links, I recommend you Open Site Explorer (although it has some limitations in the free version), Majestic SEO or you can use a SEO software such as Advanced Web Ranking which combines rankings with link information.
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    Originally Posted by dan.popa
    To see your competitors' links, I recommend you Open Site Explorer (although it has some limitations in the free version), Majestic SEO or you can use a SEO software such as Advanced Web Ranking which combines rankings with link information.
    Thanks, I'm sure they are all good tools but there is any Free tool that you can recommend on?
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    You're welcome! As far as I know, neither of the free tools gives you the complete backlinks information, but you can try Open Site Explorer and ahrefs.

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