Friday, November 17, 2017

Doing Business with Google

Hello, thanks for your interest in Ezoic for Just reaching out because the Ezoic team hasn’t been able to approve your site for the platform right now – no tests will run. This is normally because a site does not meet the two main criteria for success:
It takes a certain amount of traffic for effective optimization. Sites with less than 10,000 visitors a month are not normally suitable for this kind of testing. The more traffic a site has, the more options it can show your visitors, and the greater the potential for improvements.
As Ezoic is a Google Certified Publishing Partner sites must be compliant with Google Webmaster and AdSense policy.
If you’re confident that your site meets both of these, or if you have another site that does, please feel free to contact and we’ll review your options with you.

If not, we wish you the best of luck with your site in the future. Ezoic’s blog and podcast has lots of useful information for online professionals which we hope you will find useful.

Your Ezoic Team!

First letter from Google

Webmaster Guidelines

Basic principles
Make pages primarily for users, not for search engines.
Don’t deceive your users.
Avoid tricks intended to improve search engine rankings. A good rule of thumb is whether you’d feel comfortable explaining what you’ve done to a website that competes with you, or to a Google employee. Another useful test is to ask, “Does this help my users? Would I do this if search engines didn’t exist?”
Think about what makes your website unique, valuable, or engaging. Make your website stand out from others in your field.

Specific guidelines
Avoid the following techniques:

Automatically generated content
Participating in link schemes
Creating pages with little or no original content
Sneaky redirects
Hidden text or links
Doorway pages
Scraped content
Participating in affiliate programs without adding sufficient value
Loading pages with irrelevant keywords
Creating pages with malicious behavior, such as phishing or installing viruses, trojans, or other badware
Abusing rich snippets markup
Sending automated queries to Google
Follow good practices like these:

Monitoring your site for hacking and removing hacked content as soon as it appears
Preventing and removing user-generated spam on your site
If your site violates one or more of these guidelines, then Google may take manual action against it. Once you have remedied the problem, you can submit your site for reconsideration.

Reconsideration Request for June 18, 2017
To: Webmaster of,
Google has received a request to reconsider for compliance with the Google Webmaster Guidelines. It can take several weeks for your site to be reviewed. After Google reviews your site, you will receive a message indicating the outcome of your reconsideration request.
For reference, here is a copy of the reconsideration request that was submitted for your site:
have google ads and installed word press don’t have simple machines anymore it’s been a year now and can’t do anything about links pointing at my website those webmasters don’t care what’s on their site and I can’t disavow any links Y’all want let me look here in webmaster tools I got a fast Mobil site 95 percent check it Y’all see and great content had a google link pointing at my website in google plus and someone took it away from me 2 months ago I want it back, please also, i have clean talk checking everything for me that’s about it email if Y’all have any more questions thanks

To: Webmaster of,
In response to your reconsideration request, Google has reviewed your site for violations of Google Webmaster Guidelines. Based on this review, some of the manual actions on your site have been adjusted or revoked. You can see what manual actions are applied to your site by checking the Manual Action Viewer in Search Console.

Google remove? Manual Actions
No manual webspam actions found.