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How to de-index a page?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jclz123, Apr 9, 2010.

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  1. jclz123

    jclz123 Regular Member

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    Hi i'm wondering how I would go about de-indexing a page which slanders my business.. The keyword is completely uncompetitive so that's not a problem. Is there anyway to de-index this single page or would it be better to 'drown' it out with other pages of my own so nobody sees it?

    Any advice welcome
     
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    slater Registered Member

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    Hi,
    what about a simple: meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow" ?
     
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    jclz123 Regular Member

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    it's not my site
     
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    Allie Albatross Junior Member

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    If you think about it, I don't think it would be possible, due to the fact that if it was, wouldn't you think we would all be in the game of de-indexing each others websites that cause competition? Best advice would be to "drown" it out like you said.
     
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    Well I haven't had a site sandboxed yet but u could trz to send several thousand backlink with X rumer blast where ppl have said it would have sandboxed their sites in the sales threads. obviously this could still backfire and have it even rise higher in the serps
     
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    If you try to build thousands and thousands of links to it you're only going to make it stronger and it'll be more difficult for you to get rid of it.

    "Drowning" it is the best option here.

    You said it was a fairly low competition keyword so simply create some web 2.0 properties with good on page SEO and build some high quality links to them and it shouldn't take very long.
     
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    tks..good piece of share pat. :D