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3 Month Old Website - STILL Not Indexed! Doesn't make sense!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by HealeyV3, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. HealeyV3

    HealeyV3 Power Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I have a 3 month old website (www.customazon.com) that is STILL not indexed by Google!

    Months ago, I submitted the site to Google Webmasters with Sitemap etc.
    The site is 100% Unique Content.
    I have tried doing ScrapeBox blasts along with ordering 3 different Fiverr gig's that specifically SAY they are for getting sites indexed.

    SOME backlinks have been picked up here :http://www.majesticseo.com/reports/site-explorer/summary/customazon.com?IndexDataSource=F
    but.. Open Site Explorer hasn't picked up a single link...

    Any ideas?
     
  2. software248

    software248 Regular Member

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    Scrapebox blast was a bad choice. This wil alert google and it may look like spam.

    If you want you should submit it to domain analyzers like Alexa and other sites.
    Thanks
     
  3. Lalalaenhund

    Lalalaenhund Power Member

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    I had this happen with a domain about a year ago, the domain had been deindexed before I registered it. I submitted it for reconsideration, and it got indexed shortly after. You can check wayback machine to get an idea if this is true. Just explain to google that you think it was deindexed because of the previous owner, and you have nothing to do with them, worked for me. Especially if your site is unique content.
     
  4. Comic

    Comic Regular Member

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    Your site appears banned. You sure no one owned this domain before? Perhaps you spammed the hell out of it. Not sure. It's in Yahoo.

    I would file the reconsider form with Google, but I got to tell you they're not very responsive. I bought a domain, never checked it's history. (my bad) and turned out the prior owner spammed the crap out of it.

    Best of luck to you.
     
  5. crashdi

    crashdi Regular Member

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    i also have the same experience, (1 year ago)
    i blasted my new site with a senuke full monty (all span content) on the 2nd day....site vanished for ever

    but site reappeared on penguin update :) now#5
     
  6. darkhat99

    darkhat99 Regular Member

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    Then what should be used as a alternative of srapbox blast ??
     
  7. wangxs0325

    wangxs0325 Registered Member

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    Have you released your robots.txt file?
     
  8. HealeyV3

    HealeyV3 Power Member

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    Thanks for the replies.

    Just submitted a Google Reconsideration form :)
     
  9. HealeyV3

    HealeyV3 Power Member

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    robots.txt holds the following text:

    User-agent: *Allow: /*^That's IT.
     
  10. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Social bookmarks can be a good way to get your site indexed. However, it might take some time given that you blasted your site with scrapebox way to early.
     
  11. milian

    milian Power Member

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    Man you're gona kick yourself when you read this!

    The reason your site hasn't been indexed for 3 months is because you have blocked every page with the 'noindex' 'nofollow' robots meta tag! Look in the source code of your pages and you will see:

    <meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow" />

    Also your robots.txt is not valid, to allow unrestricted access to your site it should be:

    User-agent: *
    Disallow:

    But the noindex is the reason why its not indexed.
     
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  12. HealeyV3

    HealeyV3 Power Member

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    Wow...

    I seriously can't thank you enough.

    You get a Lifetime Membership at (http://www.CustomAzon.com)

    All you have to do is contact me, tell me what domain you want, and what your email is :)
     
  13. cloakndagger

    cloakndagger Power Member

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    Oh dear lol.
    Anyway set up some quality web 2.0 sites,place content first add a new article every 2 days for a week,then add an article with a link.After 4th day (2nd article) start bookmarking the site (use ultimate demon and grab some bookmarking lists in the download section) do say 100 bookmarks first day increasing to 130 the 2nd etc when you add your link aim for 3-400 bookmarks that day.Looks natural due to new content being added.Then scrapebox the web 2.0's maybe 50-100 links a day.
     
  14. SuperLinks

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    Sometimes its the simple things that we overlook :)

    Glad to hear that you fixed this problem, and will now be able to get indexed!
     
  15. Deez The Webguru

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    When using stuff like scrapebox etc...it is important that you do not use them directly on ur money site. It's always best to use them to create back links to your back links... this will ensure your money site gets valuable link juice from these links without risking it getting banned.... after the recent google updates you should focus more on quality content, good onsite SEO and ONLY quality, relevant and contextual links!... quality over quantity