ik kreeg zojuist het volgende binnen:
Your site appears to be under a trademark suppression penalty, a
relatively severe one in which the search for the trademark, and/or
trademark + services/products, does not yield a #1 result. Every site
should rank #1 for it’s web trademark (domain minus the extension –
“toscane” in Google.nl) AND all associated products and services.
Trademark suppression is a significant punishment given to sites whose
implementation is not only non-compliant, but perceived as possibly
This penalty is often triggered by domain level issues, large redundancies
of content and/or filenames, toxic inbounds, or other issues, often
involving automation or structure.
Most of the changes you referenced are not really related to penalties,
although they are improvements.
Without spending time on this, it is impossible to give useful advice, but
I strongly recommend that you NOT contact Google until you have some
understanding of the issues involved. A reconsideration request is a
claim of compliance, so if you file without addressing the issue, nothing
will happen except for the hit to your credibility.
Start with the simple diagnostics. Run copyscape.com and make sure all
the content errors flagged in Webmaster Tools are cleared. If you have
been buying links, stop until you can vet them for issues. It’s probably
smart to stop all optimization work until you get the site ranking again.
If you find issues that you can correct, make the changes, and file for
reconsideration, mentioning the fixes. If you find and fix them all, your
site will come back within 2 weeks – month. Do not file reconsideration
requests unless you can report real changes that address search
Vooral de tweede alinea is interessant. Iemand eraring hiermee?