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Can google sandbox your site based on Godaddy account?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by smolodoys, Aug 29, 2011.

  1. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    Can google sandbox your site based on Godaddy account like having all of your sites on 1 godaddy account? Could this be the issue? Because almost all of my sites got sandboxed..
     
  2. TheRealRazzy

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    If all of your sites got sandboxed then its most likely your tactics and not your godaddy account.

    And if you can type in hxxp://www . yourdomain.com and your site pops up then you're not sandboxed.

    *** Of course you'll replace "xx" with "tt" and "yourdomain" with the domain your looking up ***
     
  3. dex18k69

    dex18k69 Newbie

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    My website got deindex around three month ago, How to get index for my domain.
     
  4. IamBlackhatter

    IamBlackhatter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Rebuilt your site content once again and do submit your site in all major search engines
     
  5. islandcoli

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    I have unlimited hosting thru godaddy with over 50+ domains hosted, atleast half im actively trying to rank for. Recently one got sandboxed, and it was the ONLY one to get sandboxed. Hope that helps
     
  6. klawre1221

    klawre1221 Regular Member

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    Millions of domains are through go daddy. Do you show the same owner on all your domains.
     
  7. phluid

    phluid Power Member

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    I have over 200 sites registered on a single godaddy account, then the rest spread over another 6 accounts and have not had any issues. The actual sites are hosted different places.
     
  8. DamageX

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    Yeah, if you use GoDaddy then Google will sandbox your sites. It will also find out where you live, come over and rape your dog, set your mailbox on fire and piss on your flowers. And of course it will also carve "Google was here" on your doors.
     
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  9. milian

    milian Power Member

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    haha.


    Yeah, why on earth would google penalise you for using one of the most popular hosting companies?
     
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    Google doesnt see your Web host or Domain provider before Sandboxing,

    Website content and backlinks is what it takes in to consideration
     
  11. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    no, I'm actually talking about having all of my domains on one godaddy acccount? Ofcoarse they're hosted on 7 different hosting accounts..
     
  12. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    Google doesn't index or de-index sites based on what host you use.

    It's the site itself, the content, and the methods you use that make or break your site.
     
  13. pavan

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    google can't detect your godaddy account
     
  14. xPWN1t

    xPWN1t Regular Member

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    I don't get why people use GoDaddy, it sucks cock. Namecheap is so much better. GoDaddy will screw you over in any way that profits them. Purchase a nice rare domain through them? If it's rare enough you'll get an email saying it actually wasn't available, then a day later you'll see GoDaddy bought it.
     
  15. Yukinari84

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    I use both namecheap and godaddy and have never had a problem with either of them.
     
  16. ADHD-Dude

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    If you interlink the site, the IP can cause problems
     
  17. sanskriti

    sanskriti Newbie

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    Hello sahl

    Today my 8 months old website de-indexed by google. What to do ?

    my website have around 300 pages index on google ( today its 0)

    2 days back my gmail account & my blog related to my domain name is also blocked my google?

    I don't no why this happen to me.

    Pls advice me what to do next.

    How to index my website?

    If you have any suggestion, pls share?
     
  18. insainty

    insainty Registered Member

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    one question. Did you link all your websites together??