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1 week old, non MFA site deindexed from Google. HELP?!

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by FuryKyle, Jun 4, 2011.

  1. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It has fully unique content, professional template and design. Definitely not a MFA site, I put Adsense ads on it.
    So I recently blasted it to RSS directories and then pinged using pingbulk and few hours later, when I use MS to check, it says site indexed: 0.

    (G: 0, Y: 0, B: 0, BL: 0, PR: 0)
    Is this bad? None of my pages are indexed.
    I even tried site:mysite.com and there were 0 results!
    Weird enough, MS said my position on SERPs are still the same and my Adsense account is still good.
    When I do a custom search without the link:site option, my site still shows on SERPs.

    What on earth happened? It was impossible for me to get a manual review as it had like 30 visitors per day (yes, I'm a newbie) and it's only 1 week old. Any ideas?
     
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  2. daisy447

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    Were all of your pages indexed before that, this might be a google dance also. The same was happened with me also with one of my site but it came back on track after 7 days or so, can't remember it exactly how many days it took.
    But it came back for sure, so i would suggest you to keep your good work on like posting unique articles, making backlinks etc. and you will have everything right :)
     
  3. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yep, before this I had all of my pages indexed. After the RSS blast + ping, it just vanished :confused:
     
  4. rprabu

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    these days i notice my web 2.0 properties gets indexed and then deindexed, after a week it is getting indexed back.. so wait some days and see
     
  5. volund

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    First off if you do a manual search and your site is still showing up then there is not penalty. If Google really decided your site should be deindexed then it would not show up in the search results.

    Second your site is a week old so stop obsessing about what you see. There is absolutely no reason to be checking your rankings every time you turn around. This early in the process they have no meaning at all. They are gong to change daily, anything you see in the first couple of months is smoke and does not mean anything for the long term.

    Make yourself a linking plan for the next three months and stick to it and then reassess at that point. All this freaking out and talking about a manual review for a week old site does nothing but keep you from being productive.


    On another note you may want to rethink your linking strategy, blasting to rss directories is probably not your best method at this point.

     
  6. GoldenGlovez

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    I have to agree with this. It can take 2-3 months before Google finally puts you in a position all of their SERP robots can agree on. I've had new sites jumping all over the place for weeks before they finally land at a position. This is when I start creating my plan for increasing ranks, not before.
     
  7. zebrahat

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    I'd agree with the above. While you are de-indexed you could concentrate on some non-SERP, or non-google-dependent traffic building. Get some no-follow, but nonetheless high authority backlinks. Put some posts on Google Groups in related forums That link to your blog. Use Twitter or FB to direct people to your article. Put in some "freebie offer" to work that point to your site, That kind of thing.
     
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  8. FuryKyle

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    Thanks guys for your advice, I guess I shouldn't be freaking out yet. Sorry :(