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Getting site back to position one after malware warning and parked page?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bubbaranks, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. bubbaranks

    bubbaranks Junior Member

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    Just found the password to my old hosting account I've got 3 sites that got spanked last year for malware good traffic sites daily 1 x 50k unique day - 10k unique - 5k unique anyway they all got hit with the "this site may harm your computer back last year and i moved on to another few sites and forgot the details to the acocunts and its been parked for the last 12 months.

    I'm not really interested in the 5k and 10k but the 50k is of interest to me, I already have a site on page one of Google for the exact same keywords the problem is it's a blogger and I can't really do what I want with bloggers otherwise they ban me.
    So what do you think I should do? Link the blogger to the 50k? The 50k now has a new IP address I've literally just moved it from one account to another it's still registered to me though. It lost a little bit of PR with the malware warning but it's still got PR3 and pretty much all the backlinks are still indexed, it's been nearly 12 months since I did anything with it. Previously the site was in position one Google for just over 3 months before they spanked me.

    What do you think the likely hood of me getting it back to position one? And of course it will have a homepage link from a site already on page one for the exact same keyword, the content has gone but I remember most of it, there wasn't much just 20 pages or so.
    If this has happened to anyone and you managed to do let me know please


    this is a screen shot of the stats from while the site was active

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  2. proweb

    proweb Regular Member

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    The site must have been pretty worthless if you didn't do anything with it for a year and just let the malware warning sit until it destroyed your site's reputation.

    No one can really say how difficult it will be for the site to rank again because we don't know how competitive the keyword is, but it sounds like you're pretty much starting off with an aged domain.
     
  3. executed

    executed Power Member

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    It's going to take lots of time and authority backlinks to pull your site back into good standing.
     
  4. Murdoch1337

    Murdoch1337 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It's going to be hard to recover. I would ask yourself whether or not its worth the effort to recover it, versus just making a new site.
    When it comes to recovering sites, I find it really hit and miss. Sometimes it takes forever, while other times you can get it done pretty easily.
     
  5. bubbaranks

    bubbaranks Junior Member

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    I never tried to recover I've always just moved on but I've got about 20 domains expiring and it just seems a shame to let them go might as well give them a shot see how it goes if its hit and miss hopefully a few might take off and I will ditch the rest.