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Google Rewords Many Of Their Reconsideration Request Responses
Seems Google has changed their language for the reconsideration requests. Is the language more specific and more helpful now?
Google seems to have updated the language and terminology they use in their reconsideration request responses to webmasters.
The successful one now reads “Reconsideration request approved,” while the old language read “Manual spam action revoked.” Here is a picture of the new one:
The unsuccessful one seems to now imply that Google is potentially penalizing on the link level and not all links may be penalized. The new language in the body says, “Therefore, when determining your site’s ranking, we will continue to demote links to your site as a factor in our calculations.” Here is a picture of the full message from Bob:
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