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BLs deleted after being indexed/SERP DROP

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lanbo, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. lanbo

    lanbo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So I have a website that's competing for a KW with 400k search results, and I got a few xrumer blasts done on it, posting and forum profiles. The posts some of them get indexed, but then most are deleted after, and the forum profiles never get indexed. My site was rank #8 3 days ago, then yesterday it fell to #40, now today it's not even in the top #1000... One of the inner pages is ranked #60 right now, and that's it. Can someone tell me what's going on?
     
  2. lanbo

    lanbo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Any ideas?
     
  3. richv100

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    When were your XRumer blasts done? Were they all profiles or posts?
    If your #8 one day and not in top 1000 the next it is a good bet you have been sandboxed.
    WRT your links not showing up, when they ran the xrumer blast did they definitely build to the correct address.
    Remember if you build links to a www domain but google sees it as just http then you could be pissing in the wind.
    Give me a PM and if need be I can run a large publically viewable profile blast for you to see if they show up!
     
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  4. lanbo

    lanbo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    They were blasted to the non www version (how it's indexed), and I'll send you a PM thanks
     
  5. deviatus

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    You might be google dancing. Give it a week, and if you haven't come back in a better position.... yeah, you're backlinks crapped out.
     
  6. mnemonic9

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    How do you know that google sees you just http or as www?
    A simple google search for your domain does it if it indexed that way?
    I have google webmaster but i have NOT SET UP the preferred domain yet.
    Should i?

    Thanks!
     
  7. gooberhead

    gooberhead Newbie

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    Sounds like you are sandboxed. I had a site that was about 7 months old, then I added it to my signature in three forums I've posted in for years. That equaled about 700 backlinks immediately indexed. That also equalled me getting sandboxed for my main keyword since. It's been a couple months so far. I'm not in the top 1000 for my main keyword, but I am still ranking for tons of others on the main and subpages. I'm just hanging out till it ranks. What else can I do other than keep working on it!
     
  8. richv100

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    The easy way to tell is just to put your domain name in google and when you see it in the index just see if it has a www next to it or not.
    However, if it is before you are indexed then go to your webmaster tools and click on your chosen site. Then on the left there is a button that says LABS, click that and then fetch as googlebot. Within a minute it will come back and tell you how google is seeing your site.

    A quick thing to note, if you are using wordpress then the default is that it will not have the www but you can change it to put it in there if you wish.
    I cant find any evidence that it makes any difference to ranking whether it is in there or not!
     
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