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Deindexed --> Reindexed --> Deindexed. What is with Google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bross, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. Bross

    Bross Senior Member

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    Anyone had some crazy things going with their BH sites as well?
    I had 1 site I was experimenting with. Did some BH - and google deindexed it like 2 weeks ago.
    A week later it came back, and now I see it is GONE again..

    I think google are losing their minds.
     
  2. newss

    newss Junior Member

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    Not to harp on you, but are you sure you didn't mean sandboxed or google dance.

    It's extremely rare to be intirely removed from the index, unless its for a couple hours while your jumping around.
     
  3. tsanko

    tsanko Senior Member

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    Just a google dance. Don`t worry...
     
  4. Olbol

    Olbol Junior Member

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    All these people who say they're deindexed, I wonder how many actually are.

    do a site:www.domain.com and see if any of your pages pop up = not deindexed.
     
  5. unclejerry

    unclejerry Newbie

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    Same thing happened to one of my autoblogging sites. would also like to know why. thanks
     
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    eileena Registered Member

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    I doubt it ... I had 320 sites de-indexed last month .... OOUCH
     
  7. Bross

    Bross Senior Member

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    I meant deindexed as an expression.. Google never really "deindex" websites if you "site:" them.. Having a domain drop significantly in the serps is like deindex to me since the website is no longer relevant to visitors.
    It is a .com domain / all positions are gone + domain name lookup brings other domains and not that one.... This is what I meant...

    It is funny... I know this happens when I log in and don't have 40 scrapebox spam comments... I think that's a good indicator ;)

    I never had a website going through this process within 2 weeks. This is a well established portal with good amount of unique content..
    Yesterday I ended my day with 112 unique visitors coming from search engines and today I have 2 visitors... only from Yahoo.. (Yahoo is a sad search engine.. I get U.S or South American traffic almost exclusively which is useless to what the website is about).

    I no longer know what is more stable - SEO or SEM... both are getting crazy nowadays.
     
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2010