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Freshly deindexed autoblog. Still 400v./day. What now?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by twalk, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. twalk

    twalk Newbie

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    Just received a very polite email from G. Substantially they say my autoblog is bs. I know that, but I had 1000 visitors/day. What do you advice? I'm way too lazy to post fresh unique content, please.
    Maybe continuing on another domain? Getting traffic from social networks? I know it is c..., but there is from time to time an interresting article.

    Should I stop spinning? My other autoblog which contains pure unspinned/duplicate content is doing well.
     
  2. ziplack

    ziplack Senior Member

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    did u track that autoblog with webmaster tools?
     
  3. Mountaineer

    Mountaineer Senior Member

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    Save your time and efforts. Move on to another domain.
     
  4. SuperLinks

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    Yep - its not going to get reindexed at this point.

    Try and monetize the remaining traffic, and begin focusing
    on a new domain.

    Try and pay attention to the methods you used that got you
    caught in the first place. Then don't do it again.

    Remember that autoblogs are always susceptible for removal
    from SERPs, therefore its all about diversifying income by
    creating a ton of them so that when one bites the dust you've
    got 50 others your working on at the same time.
     
  5. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    I recommend you just move on to a new domain. There's not much point in working on a domain that is already flagged.
     
  6. twalk

    twalk Newbie

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    Thank you. I'll continue on a new domain, and learn from my mistakes.
    Yes I use Google webmaster tools, that's maybe one first mistake.

    I'm wondering if spinning the content could be another mistake. Perhaps keep the content as is and have a link to the source?
     
  7. darkeagle

    darkeagle Junior Member

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    With autoblogs I would advise you to not link to Webmaster Tools or Analytics. It just makes Google's job of finding you and removing you easier.

    I would assume that poorly spun content and completely unoriginal content (even with a link) would be treated the same by Google and you would either be deindexed or penalized. Google likes fresh, unique, and useful content and copied content doesn't fall under that criteria.
     
  8. volund

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    You should never add Google code to a site that is not 100% in line with Google's guidelines. All you are doing is giving Google more information in which to hang you with. I never add any Google code to my sites, why help them find the info to de-index or drop your site.