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Google Ban Question.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Srikaanth, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. Srikaanth

    Srikaanth Junior Member

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    I've noticed all blogspot blogs ending with .in has PR N/A even though they are indexed and have some PR when the same blog is ending with .com. What is this shit? Can't understand.

    Example, http://inbministry.blogspot.com has PR 4. But when URL is given as http://inbministry.blogspot.in, PR is N/A. :hmmmm2:

    BTW, if a blogspot blog is banned, will removing all spammy links, plagiarized content, etc automatically lift the ban after Google crawls it again after some time?
     
  2. john1444

    john1444 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If you are banned for spammy links you will need to remove the links or diavow it and apply for reconsideration.
     
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  3. sitestem

    sitestem Registered Member

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    Blogspot is a bit of a pain like that with it's redirections to country specific domains. It seems to vary for me, I've just tested a couple of blogspot sites I use and one of them has the same PR for both the .com and .co.uk, but the other has N/A for the .co.uk.

    If your blog is banned and you're looking to remove most things anyway, why wouldn't you just start a new one? Probably a lot easier than the old reconsideration path...
     
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  4. Srikaanth

    Srikaanth Junior Member

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    Anyone know the reason behind the varying PR?
    Please reply.
     
  5. SamJones

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    It seems like they are treated as separate websites. Don't sweat about it too much, though. It doesn't matter at all. I don't know about the ban question, but I doubt it. It's best to remove all the spammy stuff, and then contact Google and ask for forgiveness.
     
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  6. funkybunker

    funkybunker Senior Member

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  7. sitestem

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    They're seen as different sites, as they're on different domains. For some reason Blogspot automatically detects your location and sends you to the appropriate .com, .co.uk, .in or whatever. Suffice to say it'll probably mean that links are pointing all over the place.
     
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  8. Srikaanth

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    Scumbag Google!
    I've been building links for myblogxyz.com. But people from my country will only be able to go to myblogxyz.in :banghead:
     
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    They penalized your .in website extension.

    -RK
     
  10. neuroplastic

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    Google bans are very hard to reverse. ever think about starting over?