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De-indexed- Please Help!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by christop, Dec 16, 2010.

  1. christop

    christop Registered Member

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    So I'm fairly new to the SEO small niche game, but I've been building things very quickly and so far everything has been running smoothly. But recently I had about 30 sites de-indexed at once (30 out of around 4000). All of my sites are in groups of 200ish so they aren't connected. I'm not sure what the de-indexing means or if it will come back. Does "being sandboxed" mean your site is de-indexed?

    I am very cautious with link building, these sites have not been pushed super hard and I've linked mainly to them with spun article promotion, social bookmarking, a few profiles, and a few social networks, around 15-80 links per month. All of the sites have decent and original content. I did have an issue with some of the sites loading blank content for like 12 hours- do you think that could have caused the de-indexing? I also had recently added some auto content on other pages of my site, but the entire thing was de-indexed (not showing up when I google site:xxxxx).

    It's been about a week so far, is this something I should worry about, or do you think my sites will bounce back after awhile if I keep linking? I'm not sure what to do. Please help!
     
  2. humpfdi

    humpfdi Junior Member

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    what does google reply ? if it finds it its there

    if it dont finds it ..its deindexed...happend to 2 of my domains also...

    if they alle dropped in ranking a lot thats google dance or sandbox.....
    it will come again....

    if youre deindexed you can reaply....in webmaster tools from google..

    you have 4000 domains or some domains with 100hts of subs ?
     
  3. christop

    christop Registered Member

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    When I enter site:domain there are no results, does that mean it's knocked out of the serps for good? Did either of your domains ever come back? It's weird I just don't think I did anything to get it completely de-indexed, so it seems weird, and now I'm worried that I'm doing something that could affect all of my domains.

    I have 4000 separate domains, no subs on any of them.

    Can you just resubmit your url or do you have to fill out the information on reconsidering the domain?
     
  4. christop

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    Also it was like 30 of my sites were deindexed at the exact same time. They had just gone 2 days over the renewal period with godaddy- but I don't think they actually went down, but maybe they did for a short time. Maybe that caused the de-indexing?
     
  5. dannyhw

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    Did they actually drop? Like you had to reregister them?
     
  6. christop

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    No I didn't have to re-register, just 2 days late to re-order. But now looking into it that definitely wasn't the case with several of them, also it looks like it was more like 50 sites.. total bummer man I have no clue what I did. Knocked my earnings down by over $100 a day...
     
  7. Anubis1980

    Anubis1980 Regular Member

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    godaddy trick..

    I don´t know why register on godaddy.Many webmasters with 500 domains and more have problems with godaddy.

    And GD private registration is too expensive .18 dollar with Priv protection.
     
  8. blackdemon

    blackdemon Newbie

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    wondering how one can maintain that much domain? you must be very busy.

    agree. But I hate the upsell more.

    so far, internet.bs is the cheapest place for domain registration. free privacy protection too.
     
  9. christop

    christop Registered Member

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    does anyone else have any ideas/help?