If at one point you’ve bought links, hired an SEO agency, or received a sudden decrease in website traffic, then this blog post is for you. Even if you don’t have a penalty at this time, you’ll want to review the inbound links coming into your site. It’s always better to be proactive because by the time you realize you have a penalty it’s too late. This is the 2015 process for removing a penalty and analyzing potentially hazardous links. Tools Needed: Google Webmaster Tools Tools like Link Research Tools and URL Profiler Google Docs Website email account (@yourdomain.com) Step 1: Gather Information Start by […]The post A 2015 Process to Removing a Google Link Penalty by @JordanKasteler appeared first on Search Engine Journal.