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Big G kicked my 1400+ page blog

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by agentk007, Jan 6, 2011.

  1. agentk007

    agentk007 Junior Member

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    Hi Ya'll,
    I did the impossible: I got a .name domain to rank top 10 for a whole bunch of highly competitive niche keywords on Google. The site has a ton of backlinks and is pretty solid in my opinion.

    Today I noticed that I got only a fraction of the regular amounts of traffic and upon further investigation, I find out that my domain is no where to be found on Google (this is when doing the "site:domain.com" search).

    Strange? I think so!

    The blog has over 1400 posts and pretty much all of them were indexed... until about 24 hours ago.

    Any ideas what might have triggered this? It is as if Google never indexed a single page of the site!
     
  2. thanhclix

    thanhclix Power Member

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    Wait a bit and try again later to see if there is an error. Also, make sure of your spelling I think.
    Did you hard blast your site with Xrumer?
     
  3. agentk007

    agentk007 Junior Member

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    Yeah, I am not too panicky just yet... thinking I need to give it some time. Google bots keep crawling it every few minutes still... so I think there is still hope for the site. I have had it drastically drop in rank before (usually when I did xrumer profile backlink building) but it has never dissappeared completely the way it has now.

    And no... I have not done any promoting for it in the last 2 weeks or so... so I almost don't think spam triggers were set off... but I could be wrong.