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Are Moz/Majestic Metrics good indicators of whether Google deindexing a site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ownasong, Jul 25, 2016.

  1. ownasong

    ownasong Junior Member

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    So i've bought a few seo packages and pbns for my main money site from the BST threat the past 2 months. Now i'm getting a bit of a panic attack since i should've used high quality buffer sites instead of these packages etc. That being said my DA is 10, PA is 25, TF is 12 and CF is 19 and spam score is 0 so it looks like i'm safe for now(even though these are Moz/Majestic approximations and not google's!). I was just curious to know if these approximations help in knowing whether a site is safe. ie When a site is in danger do the metrics drop off ie decrease in TF/increase in spam score etc? or do sites with good metrics/scores also get penalized without any prior warning? my total number of backlinks indexed is still around just 150 btw. Cheers
     
  2. ownasong

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    Note: i've not gone mad with buying links. just around 20 PBN links(reliable hiqh quality sellers), 2 SEO packages(the expensive 100$+ ones.. not the 5$ ones) and a social signals/linking pack(again an expensive one). Most of my keywords are on page 2/3 atm so i'm trying to figure out my next move for the final push without endangering my site
     
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  4. Walash

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    Well, it depends on how the links were built, but if you bought from the best sellers here, you shouldn't worry about it.

    What's the anchor diversity you used in terms of %?
    Did you point all the links directly to your Money Site?
    Not even a single buffer?
    Did you spread the links between homepage and inner pages?
    Are you keywords still experience some "Google Dance"?
    How's competition for those keywords you mentioned?

    Cheers.
     
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    There is no other tool that can help you to find out if your website is going to be banned by Google or not, only google can. But Iwouldn't worry too much if you didn't spammed the hell out of your website. Just note that it can take a long time before the ranking starts because of new links that have been build.
     
  6. ownasong

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    Cheers guys. To answer your questions:
    Brand 60% generic/LSI/partials 30% exact 10%.
    Pbns pointed directly to my main site ie main page and a few inner pages.
    The packages create web 2.0 buffers and tiers so many links hit those before hitting my main site.
    Most of the links point to my main page whereas about 30% or so point to my inner pages.
    Keyword difficulty is under 28 for all of em on long tail pro and easy difficulty under other keyword tools
    Yes...Google dance is currently on with my keywords jumping between the 2nd and 6th pages. Cheers
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There is very little metainformation about Google's results available.

    It used to be easier in the old days. Now it's all about interficial artelligence and shit like that.
     
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    No, both are entirely different metrics and a good Moz or Majestic metric does not guarantee "no penalties or deindexation." In fact, a high DA, for example, might be an indication of chances of deindexation instead if the links were not built correctly. But then Google can penalize any website if there was any inorganic or unnatural links built to the website. So, I would not bother too much only on the penalization or deindexation. Make it look natural and good. Rest, do not worry too much about it. Or you would end up losing your time in something which is not completely in your control.