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Crescent Digital Are An Officially Certified Google Partner

Crescent Digital Ltd. are officially recognised as a certified Google Partner.

This certification demonstrates proficiency in search advertising, including best practices for creating, managing and optimising AdWords search campaigns and means that we have access to the best resources available to get the most visibility for your website in Google and its partner sites.

What Does This Mean For Our Clients?

As partners, we are trained & work with Google & have access to Google assistance and account management. As a client, this means that you get to work with ourselves and Google in order attract visitors to your website and get them converting into paying clients. You’ll also be eligible to receive promotional credits.

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Best Practices

High performance keeps our clients happy and improves our standing as a Google Partner. In order to attain & maintain Google certified Partner status, Crescent Digital have had to demonstrate high performance & best practices of our client accounts.

What Specialist Services Do We Offer?

Crescent Digital can train staff or operate as your outsourced digital marketing partner that operates as part of your main team in the following areas:

  • AdWords PPC marketing
  • Search Engine Optimisation
  • Google Penalty Removals
  • Conversion Rate Optimisation
  • Google Analytics Configuration and Analysis
  • Google Webmaster Tools Configuration and Analysis

Provide better leads and stop wasting money

Please contact us to find out more.
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Google Manual Penalty Removal

We’ve seen quite a few of these (Google penalties due to artificial link building practices) recently, and this one was from one of our clients, although we have changed the URLs to protect their identity . If you have GWT (Google Webmaster Tools) running and your website’s configured correctly, you may receive an email and message within GWT such as below:

google-manual-action site-wide matches user-generated spam

If organic traffic to your site has dropped, it could very likely be as a result of a Google penalty.

The above message means that the Google staff believe that your site has been subject to ‘spammy’ link building practices and as a result, have applied a penalty.

The context of this post is too short to go into the full details of how we go about getting these removed, but we:

  • execute a full link audit and analysis using special tools
  • followed by outreach to request link removals
  • disavowing unremoved spam links
  • finally, a humble and extremely polite letter to Google’s staff requesting a review.

We then wait an expected 2-3 weeks before receiving an update. Whilst many people report their requests being rejected and having to reapply several times, we have been fortunate enough to have penalties removed at the first time of asking.

Get In Touch

Crescent Digital Ltd,
Fairbairn House
Higher Lane
Plymouth
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Recent Comments

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    Anna

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    Can you do a case study on SerpClix? I used it to move up 5 spots to #8, but it won’t move it further. Can you test it, or link me to a study where you have tested it?

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    Verena

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    Thanks for the explaination. I did everything accordingly, and now waiting for the 24h to pass for it to show up in my Analytics. However, the small one-sentence confirmation is not appearing anymore, when someone fills in the contact form on our website. Could you please give some input on how to fix this?

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    stevenba

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    Unfortunately not I’m afraid. It does vary with the type of activity and LinkedIn frequently change their policies, but at present, LinkedIn’s maximum is 30 days.
    Regards
    Steve