Google News transparency policy for publishers 2021
- Discover Coverage Violations: Content With Adult Themes
- News & Search Policy Violation – Harmful Content
- Information and Search Policy Violation – Disturbing Content
- News & Discovery Policy Violation – Hateful Content
- Information and Search Policy Violation – Media Tampering
- News and Discovery Policy Violation – Medical Materials Content
- Discover Coverage Violations: Deceptive Content
- Violation of the Information and Discovery Policy – Sexually Specific Content
- Information and Search Policy Violation – Terrorist Content
- Information Coverage Violations: Transparency
- Disclosure and Disclosure Violations – Violent and Bloody Content
- Disclosure and Information Coverage Violations – Hate speech and profanity
- The title of the article is attached to a biography that describes the author’s credentials and experience.
- Article publication date
- Labeling to state the type of article, for example, opinion or information
Website Stage Google Information Factors / Alerts
- Mission status
- Editorial Insurance Policies and Requirements
- Employee information and biographies for each editorial and business worker
- Non-generic contact information
In the end, I would like to say that publishers and authors should always write good content.
Which makes the time of the readers valuable and maintains the credibility of the Internet.
The appropriate time to request a review is to permanently correct the cause of the penalty. Applying prematurely is counterproductive and can prolong the problem.
If you fail the first time, start the process again.
There is no limit to the number of times you can request a reconsideration.
If you do suffer a loss, seek the help of an SEO professional who can assess the damage and identify a solution.
Punishments can be adjusted and refined, and their visual impact can change over time.
Ignoring any existing manual penalties is not recommended.
If serious Google Webmaster Guidelines violations are identified, manual penalties are applied by the Google Search Quality Team. They usually trigger a notification in Google Search Console.
Algorithms use search-relevant cues to rank sites accordingly.
Technically, there is no “algorithmic penalty” – if your site loses visibility after an algorithmic update.
So this usually means that the ranking signal weighting has been adjusted.
There is no notification for sites affected by an algorithmic recalculation.