First you need to make your question clear. what kind of unethical practices was applied to that site? is it on page or off page if you want to continue with the same site then the correct answer is b but you must know which penalty Google apply to your site. if this penalty is related to content then you need to change it and if this penalty is related to link building then you need to remove such links to make your site good in the eyes of search engines.
by Gaurav - 14 hours ago
You can modify the page contents and request Google to reconsider your site. It's the best way to get rankings in Google search results.
by Charles Williams - 14 hours ago
It is b. Modify the page contents, make them useful and relevant to the human users, and request Google to reconsider your site.
by Bhanu - 14 hours ago
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