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Deindexing of PBN Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by itsjinx, Sep 2, 2014.

  1. itsjinx

    itsjinx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Can anyone tell me from experience if it is possible to salvage a private blog after it disappears from google? both site:domain and info:domain show nothing so I know it is deindexed. I'm trying to decide if there is anything I can do to get it back in good standings with google and indexed again? I have never used analytics/webmaster with the site so I don't know of any notifications from google....

    thanks for your help!
     
  2. Velenterprise

    Velenterprise Registered Member

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    I tried everything from from transferring the domain to another account with a different whois to building more backlinks on the deindexed blog and nothing seems to bring it back. So if it gets deindexed I would suggest you simply move on and buy a new domain.
     
  3. RockstarSEO

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    Once deindexed I think you have very less hope of getting it back in Google.. Maybe maintain those domains to rank in Bing and Yahoo ;)
     
  4. phluid

    phluid Power Member

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    Ya, it's not impossible but it will take a lot of effort. Unless you have very solid sites it won't be worth the time, you are best off just dropping them and buying new ones.
     
  5. Stevoid

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    Agreed, there's likely little you can do at this point. I would move on and focus on building more PBNs
     
  6. samyuktha

    samyuktha Newbie

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    interlinking or some pattern must have got google to take action against you
     
  7. mahamad3

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    Did you fill it with copied content ?
     
  8. InstaMoney

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    Just buy a new domain and move on, mate.
     
  9. pana1

    pana1 Junior Member

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    It will happen. I've had it happen with some of my sites as my network gets bigger...Just keep making more and do not look back :)
     
  10. SEO Power

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    Submit a reconsideration request, althought that would probably be a waste of time. The best thing you can do is buy a new aged domain to replace the deindexed one.
     
  11. mic88

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    Wait few days and check again. I had the same with few domains. After 1-2 weeks they finally again in index. Strange but it was happen.
     
  12. itsjinx

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    nope. 100% original. PR4 site that is over 10 years old.
     
  13. liquidone

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    Was there spun content on it? If so then remove it. Paste some original content. Add to WMT and see if you got a PURE SPAM Manual Action. If so replace content with original content and file a reconsideration request.

    But like others have said, it's probably just cheaper and more efficient to just buy a new domain.