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40 of My Websites - Disappeared from Google COMPLETELY.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Shaken not Stirred, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. Shaken not Stirred

    Shaken not Stirred Registered Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Today all of my sites completely disappeared from the Face of Google USA, they still appear in Google UK results but no where else on Google at all.

    All of the sites were hosted on a UK server with a single IP address I have since moved the critical ones that I rely on my income from to a USA hosting company in hope that it will restore them.

    I only had about 5 websites that were not affected these were hosted with friends on USA servers with US IP addresses.

    What else could have caused this? I've not done any black hat SEO for months now and I'm pulling my hair out.

    :pirate:
     
  2. mudbutt

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    are they still indexed when using the site:yoururl.com?
     
  3. Shaken not Stirred

    Shaken not Stirred Registered Member

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    In Google UK if I do that it's listed, in Google USA its not.
     
  4. thizsukz

    thizsukz Registered Member

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    under same IP?
     
  5. Shaken not Stirred

    Shaken not Stirred Registered Member

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    Yes they all were, I've moved my critical ones onto a USA host now hopefully theyll get relisted shortly.
     
  6. Shaken not Stirred

    Shaken not Stirred Registered Member

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    If I remove cr=countryUS from the end of the listing for Google USA my site appears, why is Google thinking my website should only be targeted for non-us?
    Edit: Market Samuari is searching using that too even though its set to all areas.
     
  7. Humanbot

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    Sounds like you might have gotten "sandboxed" just get some cheap hosting it should help your situation
     
  8. kallen

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    If they were all the same IP on a shared host, someone else on that host has gotten the IP blacklisted. Move all your sites somewhere else. I've had this happen, and with a little research found that someone else with my IP on the same host had a bunch of porn sites... Killed everything I had. I moved the sites to a new host and it took about a month to recover. And yea, I had the same thing... I only showed up on uk and a couple of other non-USA countries... Something about these right-wingers and porn in the USA that keeps Google on their toes.

    Good luck!
     
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  9. confined

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    So all I have to do is set up a porn site, change it's ip to that of my competitor, and presto he is de indexed from google? :rolleyes:

    If that were the case then porn sites wouldn't rank themselves.
     
  10. Cnotey

    Cnotey Power Member

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    You may have to submit a reinclusion request as well if they don't show back up soon. Did you do SEO other than scrapebox?
     
  11. trakker

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    Please describe the links between sites, and what percentage of backlinks they had in common vs unique backlinks for each site.
     
  12. cooldude7

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    have interlinked them with eath other., ?

    google thinks this as link farm., and doesnt like it.
     
  13. thetvnun

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    please say whether or not you had adsense on the site, also, you may wish to consider trasferring the registrar. you can still own it, but consider creating a new account under another name and transferring.
     
  14. qwuasor

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    thanks for the good info
     
  15. locknload007

    locknload007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Google hates pron, I never go there to find it, I never can find naked ladies in their images and videos section.
     
  16. goads

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    the problem is they were on the same IP and with that the same name servers, and probably registered using the same info at the same registrar. Google has access to all of this. Although you have not done and blackhat seo for months your work is probably starting to showing up now and your sites all might also have the same footprints such as links from same domains, types of links, and acquired around the same period of time, etc.
    My suggestions: set up your hosting on different ips (seohosting), different name servers, and use different registrars with different info. Then for backlinks I always compare my lists to make sure I dont spam the same blog with all my sites. Good luck.
     
  17. cooldude7

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    no google does not.,

    i have sites adult and non-adult on same ip,
     
  18. cooldude7

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    google does not have access to private whois info.
    seo hosting is just crap., get a didecated ip.
     
  19. Monrox

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    Set the safe search to off in the settings, type "cum on tits rapidshare" or whatever your fetish is :cool:

    I really wonder how the pron guys survive nowadays with all the file sharing going on.
     
  20. wpbacklinks

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    you wrong, google loves porn so much.. :p

    your sites has been sandboxed by google, i think,

    same ip, right?