Jungle Torch unveils Penguin Analyzer
In an industry first, Jungle Torch has done what–until now–no one in the SEO industry thought was possible.
Online PR News – 04-September-2012 – Portsmouth, NH – Portsmouth NH, August 21, 2012 – In an industry first, Jungle Torch has done what–until now–no one in the SEO industry thought was possible. Using a new web link analysis tool called Penguin Analyzer, Jungle Torch has been able to quickly detect, notify and help clean thousands of what Google calls “unnatural links” pointing to the http://www.halloweencostumes4u.com website. Incredibly, the effort took only nine days. Shortly after that, Google notified the site’s owner that Haloweencostumes4U.com was no longer in the penalty box with the search company.
Our software engineers developed some pretty sophisticated algorithms to detect unnatural links pointing from other sites, to our clients’ sites,” said Nate Tennant, co-founder of Jungle Torch. This new inbound/outbound link tool has a way to determine the Google “Larry Page” rank for each of those sites. That, along with some other proprietary methods, lets us classify the links as “suspicious” or “not suspicious,” Tennant said. “From there, Penguin Analyzer determines the owners of the unnatural links and notifies them to take them down. This means our clients can send Google a complete list of all unnatural links, records of the links taken down and records of the emails used to notify every owner of unnatural links,” he explained.
“Our unnatural links problem came just before this year’s Halloween season,” said Mike Giordan, owner of Halloweencostumes4U.com. “If it wasn’t fixed fast I was facing going out of business and laying off our 10-person staff,” he explained. “I contacted Jungle Torch and they said they could fix all the bad links the SEO companies and consultants I had hired in the past had caused.” I’m here to tell you that Jungle Torch and Penguin Analyzer literally save my business.”
Until now, companies that have received unnatural links notices from Google have had no objective way to determine what, where, or how many unnatural links were pointing to their site (or sites). Many business owners, who often lose thousands of dollars a day on e-commerce sites due to de-ranking or de-listing by Google were forced to guess where the unnatural links were coming from. Some site owners tried to find unnatural links from the link builders they had hired in the past. Still other owners have been hiring expensive SEO consultants only to find they had no way to reliably find unnatural links.
Our business has already grown 500% because of Penguin Analyzer,” Tennant said. “That’s incredible when you consider that this press release marks its first introduction to the public.”
About Jungle Torch.
In addition to tracking social media, Jungle Torch also gives users the ability to not only measure the success of SEO programs but also improve them a variety of Jungle Torch tools which include blog automation, link building, social media updating and social bookmarking. Jungle Torch also allows users to benchmark against competitor sites.
Jungle Torch is based in Portsmouth, N.H. For more information, please visit us on the Web at http://www.jungletorch.com
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