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How long does it take for my website

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Renard, May 11, 2012.

  1. Renard

    Renard Junior Member

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    Hello guys,

    My website has been indexed by Google almost 3 weeks ago from now. I have verified it and it is there. But I don't see it in the SERPs anywhere on any of my keywords, not even on the last page. How long does it usually take to show in the SERPs, anywhere ?

    I have to say that I had another website that got sandboxed, so what I did is started a new one and I copied 80% of the content, would that be an issue somehow ?

    And also, how long does it take for google to change the Title and the description of the website when it shows in the results ?


    Thank to All of you!!
     
  2. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    Just because you are indexed doesn't mean you will automatically show up in the SERPs. If you are in a competitive niche, Google might think your website is not worthy of being in the first 1,000. It also wasn't a smart idea to use the content on your penalized site. You have now left a pretty big foot print that now basically says that you are trying to restore your penalized site by opening up a new one.

    If I were you, I would open up another domain, with private registration, and begin to work on it with new and original content. You must also do some SEO to it to get it ranked in a decent place.
     
  3. Renard

    Renard Junior Member

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    Ouf, I understand there is no way to remove the footprint ?

    I'm doing a re-direct from one domain to the other. So I have 2 bad domains now :(
     
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    Forget about those two domains and get started with a new one. DON'T use any of the content that you used on those two sites. Google will surely catch that.
     
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  5. Renard

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    Many thanks for your help. I will do so :)
     
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    Out of the millions of results, Google only takes a few hundreds into account, most of the time. I rarely got into page 100. Search results usually end in after 40-80 pages.

    If your pages are not there, that's your first move. What's your point in using two domains? Work on your rankings first. No tricks. Just plain content, on page, on site optimization and off-page.
     
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