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Ban or no ban for this?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by DebbieSprules, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. DebbieSprules

    DebbieSprules Senior Member

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    Imaging you have a site - that serves as serveral seperate pages within it. A directory or library for example or list of products.

    If you did say X rummer blast on ONE of those products within that URL - would only that page be de indexed or the whole URL?

    For example lets say I sold a product on ebay. And I went mental promoting that page listing... Surely they are not going to ban ebay right?
     
  2. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    don't know about deindexing but you would get the page 'sandboxed". I guestimate that at any one time i have 5 or so deep pages sandboxed from my site of about 500 pages - they all come back - no dramas
     
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  3. thevil

    thevil Junior Member

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    Its not getting banned by big G / deindexing that should be a concern due to the use of xrumer. The real question you should be asking is about how you can protect yourself from vindictive admins, of whom you've spammed.

    Not exactly sure what question youre asking but the ebay point;

    Don't spam a site (moneysite) that you are afraid of losing. There are tons of admins out there that are sick and tired of being spammed and will go through great lengths in reporting spammers and taking down spammers. Are you asking about blasting a eBay listing/page
     
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  4. ixrumer

    ixrumer Regular Member

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    I don't think it's that easy to ban/delist a page from Google index. Otherwise you'll just have to do it to sabotage your competitors.
     
  5. DebbieSprules

    DebbieSprules Senior Member

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    You do make a good point..

    I note that internal pages being sandboxed could be an issue.. not a big deal in the long run if I have 700 pages
     
  6. Maruk

    Maruk Power Member

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    Like someone above me said, you should worry about the admins of the forums you blast.
    If they decide to take it up with Google spam complaint, your site might come under manual review. If Google decides it is worth removing you from the index or setting your rankings back a couple of pages, they will.
    Then, unless you remove all malicious backlinks they will not restore your site's rankings.

    Hope that made sense.
    Mark