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Google Hates My EzineArticles Article?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by gegio, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. gegio

    gegio Newbie

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    Hi Everyone,
    I'm low because my article (need-an-article service) of 755 words, keyword optimized and linked to my redirect page to a clickbank product, disappeared from google serps after 4 days.

    Moreover disappeared from ezinearticles results, I don't understand...the article in my article manager is live and it's ok.

    I was expecting to build backlinks to my article and rancking first in google, but now my plan is gone.

    in your opinion what is the problem?

    Could be the link to my redirect page?

    Please help me :(
     
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  2. wheaties

    wheaties Newbie

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    EzineArticles has been doing major cleanup on what they call derivative content. The article may have been deleted because of this. I would e-mail them and see what they say about it.
     
  3. Danny Relic

    Danny Relic Regular Member Premium Member

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    Exactly.

    Derivative content is content that is not identical, but very similar to the original work.

    That means, if you have 2 articles in your account that are too similar (according to EZA) then they will most likely delete one of them.
     
  4. redtide1969

    redtide1969 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Actually, the same thing happened to me over the last week gegio. Even with my exact title searched in "quotes" at both EZA and Google, my live and published article was nowhere to be found even though it had previously been indexed. I checked it again yesterday and it appeared out of nowhere on page 1 of Google for my chosen keyword phrase.

    I would call it just the Google dance, but it was strange because it couldn't be found on EZA either. If you sit tight I'm sure yours will probably show up in Google within the next week.