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De-index site, possible penalty applied - new domain solution?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by stelarars1, Apr 20, 2013.

  1. stelarars1

    stelarars1 Newbie

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    Hello all,

    i'm trying to recover a 2 years old website which i think got penalty from google due to frivolous action made in the past (example creations of tons of low quality backlinks).
    I think also that the site is deindex by Google.

    1 quick question
    If the site has the domain abcd and now i take a new domain ab-cd moving also the content would it be a solution or google will extend the penalty to the new site also?

    thanx
     
  2. rasmusk

    rasmusk Senior Member

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    Just get the site deindexed. Move the content to ab-cd from abcd would be fine. Remember just dont make a 301 from abcd, or the penalty will follow.
     
  3. aka sam

    aka sam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I would say dont even move the content.... Start fresh.
     
  4. danailo

    danailo Senior Member

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    It depends what content you have. If it is high quality use it otherwise start fresh and no 301.
     
  5. rasmusk

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    Okay. If you have thousands of high quality articles or even in the 2 digits number of articles OF CAUSE you should reuse them. I don't know what aka sam is on about. But remember you have to wait for them to get deindexed, which can take some time :) So start out on your new domain, write some quality content and add old content when it deindexes :)
     
  6. weblues

    weblues Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I will say be REALLY SURE it is De-indexed before embarking on another journey. You can also attempt to play by Google's rules and contact them to re-index your website. No matter the step you take, diversify and be safe don't depend on Google alone.
     
  7. stelarars1

    stelarars1 Newbie

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    thanks for your responses!

    it seems that not all pages are DE-indexed so i can't do anything at the moment, is there a way to force indexing or de-indexing pages? maybe using Google webmasters tools?
     
  8. Untouchable

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    Buy a aged (5 Years+) Authority domain.
     
  9. omnipotent$

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    I suggest you should just start over. Time is money, there is no sense beating a dead horse.