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8 Domains De-indexed... SMH...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Robby54, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Im not hear to sob about me loosing 8 Domains which brought me 1k a week..:breakpc1:

    I just want to know will a 301 redirect still pass backlinks/SERP even if the domain that's sending the redirect has been de-indexed?
     
  2. transam7410

    transam7410 Power Member

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    how did you get deindexed?
     
  3. TK421

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    I had 70 niche sites deindexed last year. I salvaged all the original content and combined everything onto one aged domain and created a super site. It was an 8 year old aged domain.

    I then 301'd all my old sites to the new one and have never looked back since! More money and better rankings.

    This was pre-panda though however I know for a fact the 301s don't carry the penalty over to the new domain.
     
  4. transam7410

    transam7410 Power Member

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    I had a body armor site get deindexed due to amazon affiliate links. gay
     
  5. Robby54

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    Im not 100% sure but im thinking it had to do with duplicate content, I had a 2 year old domain the was ranking fine for 2 years and I went ahead and decided why don't I target some new keywords and the next morning all of my sites hosted on that server was no longer in googles index:croc:.
     
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    Thanks, just the response I was hoping to hear..
     
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    Are you serious? Does this mean that I can 301 redirect all my perma-sandboxed sites (which aren't de-indexed, just permanently sandboxed) to aged domains, and rank good again?

    Also, did you even build backlinks to your aged domain that you made all the 301 redirects too?

    And did you send the 301 redirects to subpage? Or all to homepage?

    I never would have thought a de-indexed site could do a 301 redirect and have any sort of effect.





     
  8. dragonrage01

    dragonrage01 Power Member

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    Some penalties don't move to a new site.
    However, most do.
    I 301 a couple of sandboxed sites to a couple of other domains and I ranked pretty good for a week. Then they all got sandboxed again.
     
  9. uncguy4321

    uncguy4321 Regular Member

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    Dude, i'm not getting this at all. Targeting new key words got your deindexed? What do you mean targeting new keywords, then/
     
  10. drogon

    drogon Elite Member Premium Member

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    I have 301 redirected a couple of sandboxed sites to other sites and they pas on the link juice and ranking to the new site.

    In addition i keep blasting the sandboxed site to pass on more link juice and higher ranking. So never need to directly blast the new site.
     
  11. -Jericho-

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    I had a couple of sites deindexed and 301'd them. 1 site that was ranking for a very competitive kw at number 1 kept getting deindexed no matter how many redirects I did. I backed up the site and put it on a new domain, different IP and different hosting. Deindexed it twice after the first one within a week.

    Same thing on another site that was on the same server. Moved it to a new domain and IP same server and it was not deindexed. It was not ranking for competitive kws though.

    To answer your question, it's a crap shoot whether it gets hit again. You might be best off just putting all of it on one aged domain like someone else mentioned.
     
  12. VIC SEO

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    Quickly get some unique content on the site and build links for that. Dont redirect to your other site just yet. Once you see the deindexed site in the SERPs then you know it will be the right time to have those redirects in place. Duplicate content always is a bummer.