If you file multiple reconsideration requests after your website was manually penalized by Google, then there is a good chance that Google will give you another warning. That warning message from Google might just ask you to wait a few weeks before you file another reconsideration request.
I’ve written before about Google reconsideration requests and what is required in order to get a manual penalty revoked by Google (for unnatural links to your website). You cannot simply identify bad links to your website, disavow those low quality and bad links, and expect Google to revoke a manual penalty for having unnatural links to your website. A lot more effort is required. Google wants to see that you have made a good effort to get those bad links removed before they will revoke a manual link penalty.
And keep in mind that even if you get that manual link penalty revoked by Google, it will take some time before your website recovers to more ‘normal’ traffic levels.
In this latest case, as uncovered by Marie Haynes, Google has warned a website owner that they need to “wait a few weeks” before they submit another reconsideration request. Take a look at the message sent to the website owner:
Here’s the text of the message:
Please correct or remove all inorganic links, not limited to the samples provide above. This may involve contacting web masters of the sites with the inorganic links on them.
If there are links to your site that cannot be removed, you can use the disavow links tool. Keep in mind that simply disavowing links will not be enough to make a reconsideration request successful; we will also need to to see good-faith efforts to remove a large portion of inorganic links from the web wherever possible.
Removing links takes time. Due to the large volume of requests we receive, and to give you a better chance of your next reconsideration request being successful, we won’t review another request from this site for a few weeks from now. We recommend that you take the necessary time to remove unnatural back links to your site, and then file another reconsideration request.
We can learn a lot from what Google (apparently) said in this message to the site owner. First of all, it sounds to me like this was a case where the site owner has sent multiple reconsideration requests. And most likely the have NOT taken the time to try to get links removed. Most likely they are referring to the fact that Google gave some examples of the inorganic links because the site owner had filed reconsideration requests before. Google normally won’t give you example links unless you have filed a reconsideration request and they didn’t like what they saw.
So, what we have here is some website owner, who received a manual link penalty from Google, who thought that they could get a list of links that they didn’t like together, put it in a disavow file. They then expected Google to revoke that manual link penalty because they have “gotten rid of” those inorganic links. Well, it doesn’t work that way. You have to actually make some effort to get those links removed: and prove it to Google that’s what you’ve done.
Then, don’t expect to send multiple reconsideration requests, over and over again, to Google. It really DOES take several weeks to get links removed.