google blacklisting the server

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  1. larrysplash

    larrysplash Newbie

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    I think google is blacklisting my server, since nothing has been indexed for months and I have tried with different URLs.

    Question: If google is blacklisting the server, can I change the server/URL ip to a different class C with the same host, will this bypass google's filters or they have somehow blacklisted the entire server?

    Any opinions will be appreciated. thanks
     
  2. larrysplash

    larrysplash Newbie

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    Any opinions?
     
  3. catherine77

    catherine77 Junior Member

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    yes, change the IP asap...Do you need more evidences?
     
  4. ProtoProtoss

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    Can't you just go all out spam crazy, get all you can for it, wait til they blacklist it, then few days later swap IP to get all back? just a thought.
     
  5. larrysplash

    larrysplash Newbie

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    I am going to, I am just wondering if they have a way to tag the server even if I change the ip.
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