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GSA blast directly to a 4 year old site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lexis, Aug 22, 2015.

  1. lexis

    lexis Regular Member

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    i recently purchased a 10k gsa blacklinks pointed directly to my 4 year old website, the seller said it was fine to do this

    before getting this service i had 839 indexed pages, today it has dropped to 759

    any help?
     
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    The blast should not affect how many page are indexed one way or the other. However, a visit from a lot of crawlers following links might mean that some misc pages (like tag or category pages, site maps and other bullshine) get de-indexed.

    How many pages of actual content do you have on the site - and are they still all indexed?

    I would ask what quality the GSA blast was, whether they used unique content, had good anchor variation, chose relevant sites to link from and made sure the quality of those sites was at least decent (and that certain link types were not used - like the PHP exploit).

    But as you've already had the blast done, there is no point worrying about that.

    Scritty
     
  3. mickyfu

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    10k of dog shit pointed at your site. Sounds fine to me.
     
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    No matter how good the link quality is , Blasting 10k signals = webspam and it doesn't look natural in anyway.
    If you are unlucky your site will end up in a manual review.
     
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    say goodbye to your website
     
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    There is probably no direct connection between GSA blast and partial deindexation, but I would not send mass spam links directly to my site.
     
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    1 - The seller lied.
    2 - The index is a living breathing thing that changes on a daily basis pages drop in an out.
    3 - A lot of service providers don't actually have a clue what they are doing so if you are lucky they wont be able to get the links indexed/noticed and google wont care.
     
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    Never do like this in future, now just wait and see what will happens.
     
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  10. lexis

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    thanks for the info guys

    my site is on blogger and i think it had something to do with the robots.txt file and custom robots

    i had enabled custom robots.txt and enabled custom robots header tags

    so i disabled them and deleted old sitemap from google webmaster and bing webmater and resubmitted the new updated sitemap.xml

    this is how it looks now, hopefully the indexing picks up


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  11. Sekundar

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    If you care about the site I wouldn't want to do this
     
  12. 50cent

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    You better hope that most of the links dont get indexed ,otherwise get ready to get slapped.
     
  13. markone

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    10K backlinks are too much to send any website totally unnatural
     
  14. lexis

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    the seller says 14 days indexer dripfeeding to make it look natural so

    if i get a penalty or anything like that will i receive a message from google?
     
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    I think you may or may not get a message from G, but almost certainly you did business with a bozo, and he has likely significantly compromised your sites overall SEO safety. You should actually expect to dance for almost the duration of this "drip-feeding," and then don't be surprised if sometime either during or at the end of that drip-feeding - your entire site will likely be deindexed, and you may have to start over.

    Don't buy SEO services unless you know what you are buying, and the person supplying it knows what he/she is doing. This does not even sound remotely like a strategy normal SEOs would employ. Blasting 10,000 links out of the blue at anything that doesn't typically get that kind of link volume and velocity is bound to have negative repercussions regardless of the age of the site. The only thing that would make it a viable strategy is if it is not unusual for your site to get that kind of link volume/velocity.

    Even though I'm not an SEO - I have enough experience with G to feel pretty confident you are not going to like how this all shakes out. Do keep us posted, and of course I hope I am completely wrong. Good luck!
     
  16. lexis

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    this is how it looks

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    if a site gets deindexed is it possible to get it indexed again?
     
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