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Any Benefit of Getting Links from a De-indexed Site

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zee007, Jul 2, 2013.

  1. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    Is there any benefit of getting links from a de-indexed site?
     
  2. lakim0

    lakim0 BANNED BANNED

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    nope...
     
  3. xpleet

    xpleet Regular Member

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    Maybe a negative benefit. Google will consider it as a spam link.
    But for Bing and Yahoo you'll have the juice.
     
  4. Stizerg

    Stizerg Power Member

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    Yes, good for Bing and Yahoo as they don't care about google's point of view.
     
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  5. xxtoni

    xxtoni Junior Member

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    This is my personal experience so take this with pinch of salt but I think if you already have a link from a site that indexed and then it gets de-indexed that will yield a negative effect. I'm not sure if getting a link from the page after it's deindexed will get you a negative effect but it's certainly possible.
     
  6. xrbases

    xrbases Junior Member

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    Depends on how links are growing. Example:
    you had 1.5K backlinks, 1K of them - from your blog network. All blogs get banned - your postition will go down.
    but if de-indexed links not more 10-20% it's no problem
     
  7. ID Internet Marketer

    ID Internet Marketer Senior Member

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    yes we can get benefit if we redirect / point to our competitor :D
     
  8. Seo-Devil

    Seo-Devil Regular Member

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    the main problem of those de-indexed sites will be difficult to find these sites
     
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    linkatwork Registered Member

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    Nope not at all.
     
  10. safepanda90

    safepanda90 Registered Member

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    This is obvious i guess. Why it would be beneficial for your site if the links are coming from those domains which doesnt even exist in G.
     
  11. killpenguin

    killpenguin Registered Member

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    Think yourself, For ex- You are buying high pr links from someone and all of his blogs are deindexed. Would you still buy his service?
     
  12. gorang

    gorang Elite Member

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    Buy deinxed domains with huge domain authority from godaddy for $20 and rank for hard keywords in bing.

    I'm sure someone will be doing this and banking. But Bing/Yahoo can be so unpredictable at times.
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Redirect the deindexed sites at your competitors. Profit.
     
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    SpookSEO Senior Member

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    If it's deindexed, then that website would be hard to find. I guess it won't hold any benefit.
     
  15. Ash2012

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    They're actually not that hard to find: They will still be ranked in Bing & Yahoo. If they're listed there and you can't find them indexed in Google - bingo. I think time-consuming is a better description, although I'm sure you can come up with a way to automate this with available tools.