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Getting a website deindexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ICSEO, Mar 22, 2016.

  1. ICSEO

    ICSEO Newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I'm doing some work for a client who has some big issues with a competitor... he's DDOS'd the client website, amongst other things.

    Has anybody had experience with a service that gets a website deindexed? I've searched Fiverr and haven't really found anything that would get a website deindexed in Google - any recommendations?
     
  2. Peter Ngo

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    So you want to deindex sites of your client's competitors?
     
  3. Quadriceps

    Quadriceps Junior Member

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    I don't think that that would be the correct way to handle the situation.
     
  4. Conor

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    That's because everything in Fiverr will get a website deindexed.

    Neg-SEO is not the way to go though, and we don't talk about it here.
     
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  5. ICSEO

    ICSEO Newbie

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    Just to clarify: this competitor has burned a number of my client websites using a multitude of tactics. Now my client is looking to get a little bit of satisfaction from doing the same to the competitor.

    Moderators, if this topic isn't appropriate then please remove.

    Only 1 specific competitor...
     
  6. loedown

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    Don't do that man
     
  7. gloryous

    gloryous Registered Member

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    Porn backlinks -> using xxx keywords + keywords from that niche like photos upload etc
     
  8. Justkulboi

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    Well, I won't advice you handle the situation this way:cool:
     
  9. jamie3000

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    Not worth it in the long run
     
  10. PHPInjected

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    There are many malicious ways you can handle this, all I can really say is think outside of the box. Otherwise, we don't discuss negative SEO on this forum.
     
  11. renzuken

    renzuken Junior Member

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    dont act like a monkey and try to neg seo the competitor

    just keep keep building links and outrank him,
    if you have problem with the DDOS, use cloudflare business plan and change your old ip , request to the server provider a new IP and disable the old ip and use cloudflare to hide the new IP, theres no way to track new ip if your cloudflare setting are bulletproof and your client website use external mailing server
     
  12. KELLOGGS

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    I'm not advocating it but surely if you've observed the "multitude of tactics" employed by your competitor, you have the answer already.
     
  13. archon10

    archon10 BANNED BANNED

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    jesus the advice on this forum...


    Backlinks DO NOT get a site deindexed. You must have some type of onsite spam or technical issue. DDoS won't work either, because the site will only be down for a day or two until the host or whoever finds a way to mitigate the attack. Google doesn't just deindex a site because it's down for a day or two.
     
  14. myopic1

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    Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.
     
  15. clevelandslim

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    Try to increase your site ranking. Don't do negative SEO