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Can I re-use my already indexed SEO-Unique article or not?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Wendetta, Sep 29, 2014.

  1. Wendetta

    Wendetta Regular Member

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    I saw many answers, so I created this thread to ask all of you who maybe know about this.. I have a site/domain with one article on it with 1000 words, that has beed indexed about 2 months ago (that is age of the site too), site didn't get any big rankings (page 3-4-5 for few keywords). And my question here is, can I de-index my site/article and use it on the new domain again?

    I was really curious is this possible or not, or better to say does that article have the same power (like the brand new/unique one) even if it was used before and then deleted and placed on new domain again?

    Anyways, thanks for answers in advance!
     
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    Gyuman82 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes you can de-index the original article and reuse it on a new domain and you'll be fine.
     
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    If you can't rank 2 months old site with that article, I am not sure how it's gonna help when you move it to the new domain.
    Even if you deindex the page from the old site, it will be hard to tell whether it is really deindexed from their database(and not considered as copied content when used in a new site) or it's just the page is removed from the public results. It's better you work on ranking the old domain.
     
  4. Wendetta

    Wendetta Regular Member

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    It's not about that part where I cannot rank site with that article, it's about off page SEO, and wrong old AH domain. That's why I am asking this. Anyways thanks for answer :)

    I want to hear others? What others think?
     
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    Yes. Just remove the article, wait a few days and publish it.
     
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    Yes but it will not be 100% unique for the new site.

    Also some one can Spun your article & Paste it to their site, So it will not be 100% Unique.
     
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    Enter unique sentences/phrases from your article and paste them into your Google search bar. Then search for them in quotes one-by-one to check if any copies of your article exist on the web. Alternatively, you can just use Copyscape to speed up the process.

    If your article is still unique (i.e. no duplicate copies found), you can deindex it and reuse the article on a different site. If I were you, I would slightly modify the article and/or add more words of information to it before reusing it.
     
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    i always do it and there is no problem.
    Only problem I faced is when excerpts were used for bookmarks and stuff like that, you may want to change parts that were used.

     
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  9. Wendetta

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    And how can I de-index it (that article)? I was reading around the web that google have some kind of cache that saves your site for a long time, even after deleting all of it from cpanel..
     
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    madinina Power Member Premium Member

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    add domain to a webmaster tool account, then remove content from domain or restric access, then delete main url in webmaster tool.
    it will deindex everything in 15 mins

     
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  11. Wendetta

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    To just close this thread, I've made it. Thanks to all for answers!
     
  12. rank bank

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    No problem. You can use it again any where. Since, its been already de-indexed.