From your other post: WP as a platform does not get as much love as most are susceptible to hacking, etc ... but more importantly WP is viewed as "for the masses" and "bloggers". Having survived a DDoS is not a good sign as that will have had an impact on the SEs during that period ... and they have notoriously long memories. These two things CHANGED the site significantly in the eyes of others.
However, the other aspect is the revenue hit and there should be other research into that. When the site changed over the WP did the content suffer? Meaning was it changed to "fit" WP? How was the old version presented? Static HTML? Has there been a change in protocol? (HTTPS for example). Also, since Farsi is indicated, is the geolocation having any impact on traffic/advertisers? Are the best paying ads not displayed due to sanctions, etc? The range of "what it might be" is immense. Can you help narrow things down?
Profile backlinks valuable method, but only when you’re looking for change rather than link strength. But you need to not just create a profile & posted the link, you should be active on that profile. Within 2-3 months the profile link will be worth something. Profile links can be very valuable if it is on a quality website.
Quality Back link is one of them.
It might. I would imagine it depends on the niche. If you run a company that makes custom ski masks in a city that has a ton of other custom ski mask companies, then reviews/ratings will likely have a larger impact. Logically there are only a handful of meaningful ways to rank businesses online and quality of service is one of them.
First links you acquire for a new site are likely to be from submissions, comments, profiles pages and social networks, as I do not expect new site having great content from the start.
The better links should be acquired along the way, as you publish better content. It's a long, and more importantly never ending journey. Your best bet is to do your own research to discover opportunities within your niche.
High quality backlinks are from high quality content published on authoritative websites. If you do some remarkable work, publish superb article, even high quality source may link to your website. Which is what you want. You do the work once and get multiple high quality links. Much better than spending time spamming forums and blog to get shitty links. These are good to have in the backlink mix but having just these is not enough.
Check backlinks of your competition and get at least slightly more or higher quality links than them.
I am posting this to find out if my idea sounds reasonable to you, or if it's too much in your eyes.
So, what I am proposing > Each new post, from a user with no posts would be (automatically) scanned for links, and if contained link(s), the post would be auto-deleted and author auto-banned.
Does that sound fair?
I've no idea about it and I'm not using.