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Change hosting and SEO ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by azolia, Sep 21, 2011.

  1. azolia

    azolia Junior Member

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    Hiz , i just change my hosting for faster access speed , but ... my ranking was down from 16 to ... 39 ! Any idea ? Just start SEO for 1 month , domain 3 month age , using VoltRank and Dripable ( LinkWheel for just 2 day )
     
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    crashdi Regular Member

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    don't worry, I think its just a google dance
    because, recently we have changed our server and concentrating on fast user interface....WE GAIN #2 from #9 for a very very hard keyword.

    if your page now load faster, you will get higher SERP, i am telling you this from past 1 year experience. (specially for magento and prestashop)
     
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    Was there any downtime during the move? If so that can make a difference. If you moved to a better/faster server than long term you should be better off. I have moved a lot of sites and never had any problems and the only time I have seen any there was some down time during the move.

    If you have only been building links for a month and your site is only three months old then your rankings are not stable yet anyway, any change could just be it being a new site with new links.

     
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    roberteb Regular Member

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    As long as you changed DNS correctly there shouldn't have been any change in SERPS. Have you check to see if Google Bot is visiting your new site? Also has all the traffic moved over to your new site or is some still making its way to the old one.

    Matt C has even made a video showing how to do this so a penelty for moving is I believe unlikely.
     
  5. redstone.1337

    redstone.1337 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I guess there was a downtime when you were migrating the site. Check if the nameserver on your new server has propagated or not. And don't worry, they will come back to their original position.