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Help! I'm in big trouble, Google removed my sites from their index

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Br ook, Jan 25, 2009.

  1. Br ook

    Br ook Junior Member

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    I'm in big trouble guys,
    Google removed my sites from their index :yield:
    I didn't change nothing in my sites
    The last thing i did was using BookMarkingDemon (for all pages in the sites) and IBP (the function that submit to the search engines).

    I've got no messages in the Google webmaster tools
    What the heck?

    Pls some help...

    Brooke
     
  2. justdude

    justdude Regular Member

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    first, you can wait a bit and see waht happen sometimes sites just disappear for few days. Second everytime when you are using tools that manipulate G somehow you risky that site gets ban. It's normal. I never ever put any of valuable site to any fancy tool to get better ranking.
     
  3. sikandar

    sikandar Senior Member

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    How old were your sites? It's normal for new sites to disappear from Google index and come back again within a few days.
     
  4. skina

    skina Registered Member

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    These are the signs when you are becoming a blackhater. :)

    You are not in big trouble. You are just out of google ( if you really got banned)
    There are many other search engines that are more easy to conquer.
     
  5. centerpoint

    centerpoint Junior Member

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    If it is a new site, you likely got sandboxed as result of the BMD submissions.

    Submitting every page on your site is a little extreme and in no way mimics normal bookmarking patterns. Also, not sure why anyone submits their site to the search engines anymore that is so 1995. All you need to do is get a couple of natural links, Bookmark the main page or submit an RSS feed and the SE's will find it fast enough.
     
  6. Br ook

    Br ook Junior Member

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    Thank guys,
    I heard about site disappear for a few days (but in this case the the are in different ages - although the oldest one is from July 08 the youngest one is about 4 weeks old).
    Well, I used those tool after for 6 month there was no change in the site tanking for the KWs I was targeting.
    But, I don't wanna cry about the past...
    So, the best idea for now is to wait? for how long?

    Brooke
     
  7. kecoaksaru

    kecoaksaru Junior Member

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    some of my website gone forever from google, even I create a lot of backlinks again, they never appear again..
    Hope you it won't happen to you
    I do the same thing like you do, I bookmark all of my pages by senuke and bmd..
    Thx god they're all just free domain n hosting
    But they still indexed by yahoo
     
  8. heretolearn

    heretolearn Registered Member

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    My site(s) were in G0091e for 4 -6 months. Then disappeared completely for 5 months or so. Then after another few months maybe got 1 to 5 hits a month for 8 months. Then for the past few months they are back again. I've had the domains a few years so.......
    Unless you own pepsi.com or something like that, expect this to happen.
     
  9. jvmarket

    jvmarket Regular Member

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    Here are the stats I had from one of my sites that got deindexed...was deindexed about 2 months after creating it.

    site name - thedailyblog.info
    platform - WP Blog
    total posts - 8000+
    pages previously indexed 2000+
    inbound links + almost 3300
    has - adsense, some ebay pages (less than 5%) banner ads from other cpa networks.

    I scaled back on the number of links generated but ASP and I pull 3waylinks off the my other sites...no other sites were deindexed.

    One of the things I forget to do from time to time is ask myself "Does this make sense" whenever I put a tactic in place. Adding 2000 or 3000 links to a new blog in 30 days probably doesn't.

    I'm also a lot more particular where my outbound links are pointing as well as how relevant those links are to my site.

    Here is part of the changes we made...

    We have a new schedule that use for link building. If its a brand new site we are working with we start out building 5-10 back links per day, after 30 days we bump it to 30 to 50 per day and after 90 days we ramp it it to a 100 links per day.

    We try to make sure we have plenty of content indexed before we really crank up the link building.

    The 10 or so sites I've had deindexed are now hidden from google bots and will remain that way for a couple months...then we'll let google start looking at them again to see if that helps get them indexed.

    We are still getting traffic...mainly from msn and some from yahoo.

    just some of my random thoughts on getting deindexed

    j

    PS I like to try new linking and/or blackhat techniques on sites I can afford to have google piss on...
     
  10. Br ook

    Br ook Junior Member

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    How do I know if my sites will disappear forever from google or just sandboxed?

    BMD is not black hat (is kinda gray)...

    Brooke

    P.S.: no messages at google webmaster tools, when checking site:domain.com i see no page indexed there
     
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  11. centerpoint

    centerpoint Junior Member

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    There are a couple of ways. The easiest is just to do a search of your domain name and extension in Google without quotes

    If you see

    If you get a "no results" error message there is a good chance your site has been removed from the index
     
  12. mrjinx

    mrjinx Regular Member

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    All I can say is join the crowd and welcome to Blackhat methods. There's always a work around - I have had sites banned from Google before and it never stopped me from making money. There's always a risk whatever you do, so in the future if you are really attached to a site, use whitehat only.
     
  13. Br ook

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    well...
    I got no results

    Brooke
     
  14. kazute

    kazute Newbie

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    Same thing happened to me Saturday Morning, I had 28 sites in 1 foul swoop wiped off the face of google, no blackhat tactics, all white hat sites, almost 300k pages gone, the only thing I have done is submit them with the IBP, funny thing is I did the same submissions for my girlfriends sites and they never touched hers, I'm gutted but hoping its just a glitch and they'll come back, fingers crossed.
     
  15. Br ook

    Br ook Junior Member

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    Thank buddy...
    Maybe I got the 30 days penalty?
    I don't know.
    They wrote nothing in the google webmaster tools...

    Brooke
     
  16. thedocmillionaire

    thedocmillionaire Junior Member

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    This function of IBP that consists of submitting sites to search engines could result in penalties. Why submitting the sites because Google will find them anyway?

    Submitting sites tosearch engines has always been a bad ideas.
     
  17. tissa2

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    I know its as old as the hills, submitting your sites.... But i was on the understanding that this is the correct thing to do because how are the searchengine spiders going to find your site other than through backlinks.

    Can someone confirm if I should or shouldnt submit to SE's
    Cheers
     
  18. Br ook

    Br ook Junior Member

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    Just to make it clear, I wanted to submit to all the other SE (not google) but in the submission report I found out that I submitted to some google international site (like: France and Germany).
     
  19. Jakai

    Jakai Newbie

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    my site, which is totally white hat got deindexed. i figured out it was because my robots.txt got fucked and was disallowing. i fixed that like 2 weeks after i noticed the first deindex, and since then it still really hasnt come back to google. just last week, i saw it was getting crawled again, but very few pages, and there is still no cache for the site and the main site is still not showing up in google.

    just my experience, w/e its my pet project and whitehat so i dont really care, just keep trucking along with it.
     
  20. dangregory

    dangregory Registered Member

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    Just to add a conspiratorial tone to the discussion - I have two friends who are alternative news journalists who publish a lot of stuff the US government types don't want to hear about - i.e. Bush corruption, Sarah Palin pretending she was pregnant when she was really covering for her daughter Bristol's pregnancy (the photos don't lie - that woman is a psycho!)

    Anyway, their sites don't appear in Google. At all. Never have except for about the first month of the site's history.

    If anybody doesn't think Google is totally Big Brother - well, I got news for ya. It is.

    What you can do however is buy a new domain, post similar content related to your keywords, and after about three months when it's indexed just use that to redirect to your "banished" site and at least people will have a trail of breadcrumbs to find you.

    DAn