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How to Bring a Deindexed Site Back from the Dead

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by phpbuilt, Jan 14, 2012.

  1. phpbuilt

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    There's a few really good SEO blogs out there. Unfortunately, the best ones rarely get updated. bluehatseo.com is one. Another is makemoneyonlinewithseo.com.

    So makemoneyonlinewithseo.com just came out with a new post about bringing a deindexed website back from the dead. The particular site he's doing in his case study right now got around 2500 uniques a day and profited around $300 per month. It was completely deindexed.

    I'll paste a few points just to give you a taste of what the post is about ...

    There's a lot more to the post. I recommend checking the site out, the guy knows what he is talking about and has chronicled many of his experiences with adsense and microniche websites.

    Check out the post here.
     
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  2. rzaman

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    Content should be considered at top. It's better to get as much quality content possible before re submitting the website for consideration.

    BTW, great share phpbuilt :)
     
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    I thought the information was great because most people just give up on deindexed websites. Sometimes that might even be the best option when the site was junk in the first place.

    On the other hand, some people have real gems of sites, very profitable and when they get deindexed, it really hurts. Many people believe that once a website is deindexed, that it is gone forever. However, it is possible to get your site reindexed back into Google again.
     
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    first of all , none never from google will deindex an site with no reason LOL . None never also will manage to make an '' afiliate / adsense '' site to look like '' normal '' ! their main propose of such sites it's to convert in clicks/sales that's they are affiliate sites . The deindex process is pretty simple : worthless content ranking for good keywords -> go out from google . Easy like hell to understand right ? . Second aspect of re-inclusion process ( yeh I was trying on my skin ! ) IF you are enough dumb to ask for re-inclusion a shitty affiliate / adsense site ( like I was ! ) ... no doubt you will get an big NO NO :)

    What he's trying to tell you on this post is to take a shitty affiliate/adsense site and to change it to looks like the damn valuable bla bla bla guidelines and so on , that's complete bullshit ! there are very few sites who actually produce their damn content in general none wrote nothing original since Shakespeare ! The bullshit with '' original and quality content '' it's just some damn dust on peoples eyes ! There is not a such thing at all ! ONLY thing what you have to worry about it's to not try to rank for good keywords !
    They will caught you and they will take your site off the index . Why ? because trying to rank for huge keywords means you are outranking other peoples positions , outranking them means you simply give them more work , asking them to try to fight for their position !

    Once is dead , leave it like it's it , if you like very much the domain name keep it pay the reg fee for few years in advance and just forget about it maybe will be worth sometime later . If was just a crappy damn worthless domain , then forget and move on , repeat the same thing what did you just do to take those ranks even if there is for some short period of time I bet it's worth if you can scale up :D
     
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    Back in 2009 I converted a medium sized network of mine to essentially a link farm to do some experimentation. I was auto-building fairly good quality content, but creating maybe 10-20 pages per day and each had 5-15 OBLs...

    Out of 350 sites, I had 197 deindexed within 6 months, but decided to keep them to experiment with reindexing.

    Mid 2011, over 2 panda updates, I managed to get over 150 of them back. So they were in no mans land for around 18m.

    I basically rebuilt the entire site, but kept the URLs the same for the 20-30 important pages; the ones that were successful previously. Each site had around 3000 pages when it was deindexed. I dropped them to 50 or so pages and have been rebuilding each one gradually (around 1-2 pages per week). They're all back up at 300-400 pages plus now, but obviously no return to a link farm. They were all actually converted into lead gen sites which push clicks to separate lead collection sites.

    I also kept doing some very low level content linking throughout the deindexation period, and this was spread site-wide and deep with a massive variety of anchors, to really help reduce any over optimisation.

    When they came back into the index, they instantly ranked pretty well, and I upped the level of linking gradually over 3-4 months. Now they are all doing very well, well most anyway, and there's no evidence that they were ever removed. All are a good 4 years old now.

    Sites can be brought back, with concerted effort, but it does take time. Don't expect a quick ride. I also decided NOT to put in a reconsideration request as I didn't want to highlight that I owned all those hundreds of sites! If you're dealing with just a couple though, it could be much quicker.

    Great thread phpbuilt.
     
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    Wow a lot of typing. The gist of your post is that you assume the site that got deindexed was crap and crappy sites can't be reindexed.

    The guy has already reindexed sites that were deindexed. Sorry, I'm not making the assumption they were crap. He is simply changing the theme to look like an authority site, plus adding new posts ... not changing old posts.

    Beyond that, you're making way too many general assumptions. I'm just going to stick to the facts he posted about.
     
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    Great article and looking forward to seeing the results.
     
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    I did about 7 reconsideration requests. All denied! The site is great, doesn't even look as a blog. I could update it to use a kick ass custom theme I built for a new site but it took me 2 months to build the theme and I don't ant to waste it on it and not get back. Hance, sometimes you just have to get over it and start fresh!
     
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    Or skip all the hassle and simply 301 it to a new domain.
     
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    Another good way is to buy real traffic or use CPV to show G*0gle that there ban didn't stop your traffic flow. Remember if the people like it "even when G doesn't" they will index it ;)

    Make sure your using G analytics as well or G webmaster tools so they can spy on you easier. Oh and buy Likes and pluses too.
     
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