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Google blocked domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fumbleuporn, Jan 19, 2013.

  1. fumbleuporn

    fumbleuporn Newbie

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    I have a questions.
    Lets say we have a Domain "ABC" which is blocked by Google because of the content or something like that, that you cant change, but you want to be in Google results so... You get a new Domain named "XYZ" and make a generic "similar" niche website related to "ABC", you work on "ABC"'s SEO and get a good position in google results, once its done you change DNS or make a 301 redirect to "ABC" website...

    The question is:

    Does Google will block "XYZ" too?
     
  2. Baasje

    Baasje Registered Member

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  3. irancrude

    irancrude Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This is a temporal fix, eventually Google will ban any domain breaking their TOS, etc. I'd rather go with Adsense vouchers to direct traffic to te new domain where after approved I will stuff my ads there ;)

    Mauri
     
  4. allenpaul123

    allenpaul123 Regular Member

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    I did a similar experiment after Panda was launched in 2011, EDIT:

    - My site, ABC.com was in top 10 position for a competitive keyword.
    - Panda came, my site disappeared from major rankings.
    - I already purchase a similar domain "AB-C.info" in past and it was live with one page and had PR1.
    - I moved all content from ABC.com to AB-C.info and set a 301 redirection of ABC.com to AB-C.info
    - Within few days my AB-C.info started to appear again in rankings and after some week it attained same rankings as previously ABC.com achieved.
    - During this time, site wasn't updated, no backlinks created.
    - AB-C.info held rankings for more than month.
    - Google came with hammer and this time, my AB-C.info was not only disappeared from rankings but within days it was completely deindexed.

    That's what happen with my site but you can still try with some extra thing like adding fresh content, creating backlinks etc.

    Thanks

    EDIT, it wasn't last year, it was in 2011.
     
  5. kbklash

    kbklash Senior Member

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    Why's actually,that domain penalized or just dropped from google? I have not seen domains getting penalized just for lame reasons.If your reason was so hard,then redirecting from penalized domains has an initial benefit but that at some point the penalty comes along and affects the new domain.Tell you,I have not personally tested this but a lot of people on Various webmaster forums have had discussed about it.
    Ref:http://www.quora.com/Search-Engine-...domain-to-a-new-domain-beneficial-or-damaging
     
  6. fumbleuporn

    fumbleuporn Newbie

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    Thansk to all,
    Well I suppose that trying a 301 redirect is better than nothing so I will try it anyway.