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Google+ banned my URL, ranking not affected

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Sindragosa, Nov 7, 2016.

  1. Sindragosa

    Sindragosa Regular Member

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    Whenever I post my URL in a Google+ post it gets deleted immediately after I post it. I haven't spammed this domain and it is ranking well. However I'm very concerned about Google removing all posts that contains my website URL.

    Any advice?
     
  2. Wilson Fisk

    Wilson Fisk Registered Member

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    What about your traffic ?
     
  3. Xlr8

    Xlr8 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    What kind of website is this.? Your website must be triggering some of the filters that Google has in place to weed out the spam.
     
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    Scritty BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I've seen this related to email use. Do you have any emails created using the domain name that have been spamming either comments or emails themselves.
    It's a recent thing I've noticed. Not sure how Google knows email addresses are being spammed to 3rd part in boxes, and it's only a theory so far as I've only seen 2 or 3 examples of where this seems to be the only reason why link deleting could have been caused.
    Not Gmail accounts either in all cases they were email accounts made with Cpanel and the sites domain name. Are Google sharing info with one of the large email spy services?
    If so "Big Brother" is taking liberties.
     
  5. Sindragosa

    Sindragosa Regular Member

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    No I haven't sent any emails from the domain. Just have one email for the domain, the email is visible on the website. I receive some spam on the email but I don't see how it could be related to Google.
     
  6. Sindragosa

    Sindragosa Regular Member

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    Game hack.
     
  7. The Data Scientist

    The Data Scientist Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    This.
     
  8. Sindragosa

    Sindragosa Regular Member

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    Exactly what would trigger a red flag?