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[HELP] I can't get my site indexed in Google.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kristoffer, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. Kristoffer

    Kristoffer Newbie

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    Hi everyone.

    Google is refusing to index my new blog. Do you have any ideas? I've tried the following:

    I'm having a hard time getting my new PBN site indexed in Google. It does not have a manuel penalty in Search Console, and the sitemap was correctly submitted.

    I've tried fetch as Google multiple times during the last week.

    I've tried adding it to cloudindexer, GSA Search Indexer & witchindexer

    My blog URL is: ormsblog.com (It's just a simple PBN with no ads)

    Any ideas?

    Best wishes,
    K
     
  2. ekapek

    ekapek Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    But it can has algorithm penalty, just look at backlinks profile. That domain is spammed by thousand of spammed links. (for example search in google for http://www.ormsblog.com/mztslimming.php )
     
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  3. nad999

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    It has been used as a Thai PBN earlier this year before you registered it, you can check on waybackmachine. Maybe there is some penalty.
     
  4. Nargil

    Nargil Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Are you absolutely sure that it doesn't have a manual penalty? Algorithmic penalties do not cause the domain to get deindexed. Especially if it was expired previously.

    And from the looks of it, this domains has a terrible history and backlink profile, I wouldn't touch it with a 6 foot stick. Before you decide to register more domains for PBN purposes, do your due dilligence and thoroughly check them. Or outsource them before you burn more money.
     
  5. kickthat

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    As others have said, it's due to what was on that site before.
    Check this:
    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=site:ormsblog.com

    The one page that Google sees is showing in a language other than English. And from what people have said, the backlink profile is similar. No surprise that it's not indexing other pages.
     
  6. firstnamelastname

    firstnamelastname Regular Member

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    probably because they were doing something fishy and google deindexed them.
    I wouldn't waste any more time with that domain
    and by the way, not a good idea to reveal your PBN on here.
     
  7. Andhom73

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    All correct here. You must make sure when purchasing a domain to check the wayback machine or screenshot to view previous usage. You will get a good idea of if you want it or not. I always check the domain root and sub backlink profiles (you can use Majestic/Ahrefs and many others), I never mess with hijacked sites that have foreign languages or were used as a PBN in the past. I also check quickly in spyfu or ispionage what the traffic was like over the years. With a quick 5 minutes you can decide if it is good or not. I also recommend getting a domain that has a 1:10 referring domain to backlink profile, it is typically a good indicator of spam if larger than that. (Footer links and a few others being the exception). Always manually look at the backlinks of a site you are interested in purchasing. Hope that helps, best of luck.