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Are You Hit By Recent Penguin update ? Recover in one day guaranteed!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by VIC SEO, Nov 4, 2014.

  1. VIC SEO

    VIC SEO Elite Member

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    Dear BHW,

    I hope most of us doing great except those who got hit by penguin update.i am really excited and happy because all of my websites who got hit by penguin back on first page.i just want to keep it short and clear that how i done this...

    If your website hit by penguin update badly and you are nowhere in search engine just buy a new domain and do 301 redirect on you old domain ,your new domain replace your old domain exact same ranking within days.

    Three of my website got hit and i have done the same thing, all of my website is back on old position with new domain.Its work for me like charm.

    I cant be sure that i will maintain the position for long but atleast my client happy to see there website back on track.

    I want to clear one thing for those who think if webmaster do 301 redirect on penguin convicted website it will forward the penalty to new domain they might be wrong because if this is the case google wouldn't give first page ranking to new domain.i am not sure but may be in next google penguin update or refresh they again penalize new domain but nobody knows when is next google update so i am happy with this trick.

    Dont think so much just do the work and get the result dont just read all those long and long articles i strongly believe SEO comes with practicals not just reading...
     
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  2. Reyone

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    Which is exactly why you should not be giving advice to others. Short term solutions for businesses looking for long term ones will cause havoc for your name once they find out.

    The truth is that you are pointing a penalized domain to a new one, on the long run, chances are that the new domain will be penalized as well. Short term solutions are not the way forward. Try to understand why were you penalized and start from scratch in a new domain without committing those mistakes.
     
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  3. lord1027

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    Yep, penalties will pass to new domain, not a long-term solution.
     
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    This is not something new, from my experience the new domains won't keep their rankings for very long... 2-3 weeks tops, even more if you're lucky.

    If you're targeting business websites you might have a chance to recover on the next update by removing/disavowing damaging links...
     
  5. Leith

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    Nothing new, might work for a week or a few weeks but eventually your new domain will get penalised once the penalty flows through. You should tell your client to not raise his expectations, and that he may drop back down at any time.
     
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    Remove links, delete sitemaps, change theme if wordpress, and make new sitemap, build some nice backlinks and thats it. ;)
     
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    if penguin refresh or update then there are chance it pass the penalty isn't ?

    i am not going to add this new domain anywhere in google i,e google webmaster tool... I think if Fake PR website can survive for years then why not ranking...

    GUYS ITS OBVIOUSLY BACK HAT TRICK AND YOU CANT REALLY TRUST.

    What i really experience is when we buy backlinks services, after few months either back link disappear or broke.So i strongly believe dont need to use google disavow tool.

    One of the possibility is when google penguin refresh it might return the ranking of my old domain so in other context my new domain maintain same rank.

     
  9. wi11iam

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    I don't think your new rankings will stay for long. I've always seen 301s as a temporary way to rank. I too might be wrong though!
     
  10. VIC SEO

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    if next update of penguin dont really come for years just like PR Update do we still wait ? not an ideal situation isn't ?

     
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    Why would i change the wordpress theme and make new sitemap ? its google penguin not google Panada...
     
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    While not a long term solution, still a plausible solution for many. 301s are taking longer to give its affect. 8 days in and now I'm starting to see rankings come back.
     
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    it took less than 24 hours for me...

     
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    This method work, got my rank back within 3 days. Some keywords still NA, but I am sure they will show up soon.do not know for how long since no one really share info on this topic!

    Should I build high quality links to the new domain or to the old one ?

    Please advice.
     
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    My group does double redirects and thus far they have sustained rankings. 301 were done appx 6+ months ago. The process goes...

    Domain 1 (penalty) 301's to intermediary domain which 301's to new domain.

    Keep in mind we only had success with this when mitigating algorithmic penalties, but the recovered rankings have stuck.
     
  16. AboveAll

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    I have two questions. Do you do these 2 redirets at once or you wait the second domain to be indexed and the rankings for it to climb up before you redirect to the third one?

    Also, I've saw some people using bit.ly as a buffer or some other 301 redirection shorteners. However I can't understand how they do wildcard redirections while using such shortening services. Did you try this one, any idea how to make wildcard redirections with them?
     
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    Leith is correct and nails it on the dot here: penalized domains usually do pass on their penalty through the 301 redirect, exact time-frame could vary for how long the rankings last.

    Hope this helps clear any confusion!
    "SDSEOGURU"
     
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    I had 3 301 websites that held ranks for almost 1 year. One of them in one of the most competitive niches in UK.

    So it can differ from case to case.
     
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    Do you guys use WMT when moving to the new domain? I did just 301 redirect creating a .htaccess file, because I think if I tell G that I am moving one site to another domain by using WMT, it will pass the penalty quicker? What do you think?
     
  20. VIC SEO

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    Do not Use WMT...

    Please use simple HTACCESS or pho coding to redirect.

    Also upload disavow link in both website.