G Deindexes Sites for BH SEO?

mootonandy

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Just been reading a wel-known I.M. blog, some guy in the comments reckons G deindexes whole sites for spammy SEO. Penalizes - yes, I know that's true because I've had a few myself. If deindexation was something that happens then it would just be one big spamming war going on.

Anyone reckon that guy is telling the truth?
 
Mostly burn&churn projects, no need to worry. These are meant to be deindexed after some time. But it`s not so easy to get deindexed though.

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Just been reading a wel-known I.M. blog, some guy in the comments reckons G deindexes whole sites for spammy SEO. Penalizes - yes, I know that's true because I've had a few myself. If deindexation was something that happens then it would just be one big spamming war going on.

Anyone reckon that guy is telling the truth?

A site being entirely de-indexed is one of the last steps G would take.
You don't need to worry so much about that. Being penalised should be your fear.

To get entirely de-indexed you need to be a really bad boy and be doing something google is really mad about.
 
A site being entirely de-indexed is one of the last steps G would take.
You don't need to worry so much about that. Being penalised should be your fear.

To get entirely de-indexed you need to be a really bad boy and be doing something google is really mad about.

This is a sensible answer IMO, I knew that guy was talking out of his rectal cavity.
 
First time I have ever heard that, penalties yes - total deindexation - very far fetched IMO.

Sites get deindexed all the time. That is why people do the "site:yoursite.com" test to check if any results show.

[h=1]Site removed from the Google index[/h] Google may temporarily or permanently remove sites from its index and search results if it believes it is obligated to do so by law, if the sites do not meet Google's quality guidelines, or for other reasons, such as if the sites detract from users' ability to locate relevant information. We cannot comment on the individual reasons a page may be removed. However, certain actions such as cloaking, writing text in such a way that it can be seen by search engines but not by users, or setting up pages/links with the sole purpose of fooling search engines may result in removal from our index. Please read our Webmaster Guidelines for more information.
If your site is blocked from our index because it violates our quality guidelines, we may alert you about this using Webmaster Tools. Simply sign in to our Webmaster Tools, add your site URL, and verify site ownership. The Overview page provides information about the indexing of your site.
If you receive a notification that your site violates our quality guidelines, you can modify your site so that it meets these guidelines, then submit your site for reconsideration.

https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/40052?hl=en
 
Whether you are penalized or deindexed the severity of the effect remains the same
 
I can see why it could get deindexed for on site violations, but off site - not really.

You can check the off site facts via looking at the backlink profile of that site, use ahrefs, majesticseo, opensiteexplorer or openlinkprofiler.
 
I can see why it could get deindexed for on site violations, but off site - not really.

Getting caught buying/selling links can get you deindexed

[h=3]5. Joining Link Exchanges and Bad Neighborhoods[/h] Online etiquette says that if someone links to you that you should link back to them. Well, that's debatable.
Google will judge your external links just as closely as they will evaluate the incoming links to your site — and they will evaluate the quality of those sites sending and getting links from you. Linking out to low-quality sites can damage your reputation and lower your Page Rank. Trade in paid links and you will get banned. Just ask iAcquire.

http://www.searchenginejournal.com/17-ways-to-get-de-indexed/53537/

1) A primary reason websites get de-indexed comes when they sell links to other websites. Google does not want websites purchasing links on their site as a way to boost their page rank or search engine position. So, to prevent websites from purchasing links, they will penalize the actual website which sold and displayed the link. So, if you sold text links on your homepage or another popular page of your site - you should consider refunding the money to the advertiser and removing the link.




I don't really understand how a member from 2010 doesn't know this, no offence but these things are discussed about all the time.
 
You should really worry about ranking as opposed to staying in the index. If you dont rank, there is no point in remaining in google's index as no one is going to visit.
 
I don't really understand how a member from 2010 doesn't know this, no offence but these things are discussed about all the time.

I find it hard to believe that you could get deindexed for your links because then it would be just one big spamming war with people trying to kill off their competition.
 
Can't be helped it's like that.

how about we all spam the living search engine out of, "Matt Craps blog" :1:
 
I find it hard to believe that you could get deindexed for your links because then it would be just one big spamming war with people trying to kill off their competition.

It's not about if you find it hard to beleive or not, It's the truth . I got deindex for a churn and burn project . I received the manual spam penalty. I did for my Own , But I could have done it for anyone else.
 
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