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Can I ban a site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by The E-Hustle, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. The E-Hustle

    The E-Hustle Newbie

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    Hi everybody I have a question about banning sites from google, I want to remove a site from the index that is going after one of my clients who is a legitimate, bbb business member business who has a disgruntled ex-employee that started a sucks blog about the company. I would like to help my customer and rather than ranking tons of stuff ahead of this sucks blog I would like to remove it by spamming it to death with some black hat software like scrapebox.

    My question is: Has anyone successfully spammed a site to death with scrapebox before... and if so what method did you use?

    I was thinking of just not using proxies and commenting on thousands of blogs and pinging the site millions of times from the same ip. Thanks ahead of time for any input I really appreciate it.

    This would be spam used for good not evil :)
     
  2. momopo

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    I think that would just hurt you... or who evers ip you were using.

    I think it is possible to get someones site deindexed but the mechanisms that cause a deindex are really complex... You could spam his site with 100,000 links and it might drop him momentarily but when they start building more Whitehat links there site could come back higher ranked than before.

    The best bet is to just make a lot of Positive review sites about your main site and rank them above the bad site.

    This is just my 2 cents... other members might be able to give you a better method.
     
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  3. ragnerrocker

    ragnerrocker Newbie

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    Logic dictates that your banning activities would take just as much effort as ranking positive sites above the "sucks" site. And honestly, much less effective.

    You might have better success filing DMCA notices for appropriation of copyrighted content with his hosting provider or getting a lawyer to write a cease & desist scare letter. Obviously, the motivation of the disgruntled employee will determine the effectiveness of either of these tactics.
     
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