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How to get deindexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mdsurf, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. mdsurf

    mdsurf Senior Member

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    hello everyone,

    i was having a discussion with a friend of mine on how people get deindexed. and i see posts all the time and hear stories of people getting their site deindexed and Big G ruining their business but am having a hard time figuring out how it happens.

    i feel like you would have to be doing something pretty crazy to get your site deindexed. my thought on the subject has always been, if you can do something to your own site to get it deindexed just do it to your competitors and get them deindexed.

    if a 1million SB blast will hurt my site, shouldn't i just do it to my biggest competitor.

    the only way i can see google penalizing you is if you leave a foot print that can directly be tied to you and you only. otherwise ill just leave a nice big footprint on my competitors site.

    what do you guys think? am i completely wrong in my assumptions? any thoughts, opinions, clarifications would be appreciated thanks
     
  2. adbot

    adbot Power Member

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    this is an age old conversation. lots of opinions but no real conclusions. Its kind of like the chicken or the egg conversation...
     
  3. smallgiant

    smallgiant Regular Member

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    Basically do everything you would never do. If you are looking to take down a competitor, then it is definitely possible. People are always looking for ways to derank a certain negative review, or ripoffreport.
     
  4. 2DHades

    2DHades Power Member

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    Well if your competitor is a good authority site with a high PR you can't really do any significant demage...
     
  5. mdsurf

    mdsurf Senior Member

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    well assuming its not that but just an average competitor with a few thousand back links, nothing special
     
  6. xPWN1t

    xPWN1t Regular Member

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    I think deindexing is more related to spam sites, mindless affiliate links, malware, site being down when Google bot crawls and shitty qaulity sites.
     
  7. equalizer

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    It will quickly get you in court and possibly in prison -- go for it.
     
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    richcamp Regular Member

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    I've got de-indexed before but its because of content rather than back link spamming
     
  9. Luxury

    Luxury Junior Member

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    Sounds logical to me, but i don't think you'll hurt big ones, only small fishes.
     
  10. ExecutiveCloser

    ExecutiveCloser Regular Member

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    The time and money you can spend on trying to deindex someone you can probably just out rank them the "regular" way as long as you are close enough.