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Deindexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by PureMind, Feb 19, 2010.

  1. PureMind

    PureMind Regular Member Premium Member

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    Today I woke up just to see that my site was deindexed for both main keywords in google (In yahoo i am still 1st).

    But when I search for site:mysite.com I find my site but the meta title and description was changed a month ago, and meta title+description was updated.

    But then I also checked my blogspot article which was ranking 1st for synonym keyword. I found it on page two and when it indexed it was even on page two.

    Anyone have any idea what happened?
    I really doubt that one of google datacenters have not been updatet for a month.
     
  2. Whitefox

    Whitefox Newbie

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    What have you been upto lately? If you've been blasting your site with links your probably sandboxed but I wouldn't worry that much, you'll probably out for weeks but you'll come up much stronger in serps, been in your situation before I was out for 1 week and thought of just moving on just to find out I have a higher ranking.
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  3. Iluminatul

    Iluminatul Junior Member

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    Got myself de-ranked 2 days ago. From page 1 to page 13 lol.
     
  4. PureMind

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    Maybe. But I did the linking 2 weeks ago.

    @ilumatul I am not on any spot for my keyword

    Edit: my blogspot blog suddenly jumped to 1st again
     
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    Makes sense, G wouldn't notice your links right away (unless the websites crawl rate is high) it takes time for it to find the links
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  6. PureMind

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    Your probably right. A sad day for me, I guess I will just have to stick to blogspot blogs (They they normaly dont get sandboxed).