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How to make a "Reconsideration" with Google GWT with an expired domain ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by methos, Dec 31, 2016.

  1. methos

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    Hello,

    Normally when my domain gets a manual action from Google they send me an email and i have to do what exactly Google asked me to do to solve the issue, Right ? ok well

    Now the situation is a little bit different because i have won an expired domain from the auctions but it seems like it had a manual action because when i even search in google with my "DomainName" without ".com" it doesn't appear, it's only appears if i search with "DomainName.com" !

    So in my opinion that domain had a manual action from google, But what makes me really surprised because it was a real website with only 300 RD and almost 750 BL's ! so it's not spammy at all and it had really a good BL's from famous high authority websites !!!

    Note: I have setup a wordpress on that domain and posted over 50 posts over 15-20 days.

    So anyway saving time of keep wondering i wanna take an action,

    THE QUESTION IS : If it had really a manual action and the old owner has received it by email so when i link it again with GWMT i will not receive that email which says that my email has a manual action right ? So how to do a "Reconsideration" action while i didn't receive an email ? or how to contact Google to ask for what is the problem ?


    Sorry if my question is complicated but i believe it's clear for some specialized people, So please if you have an experience or faced this kind of problems before please share some ideas with us :)


    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
     
  2. ThatSEO

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    If it's an expired domain then it's sat around with a landing page... no need to be indexed

    Doubt it's a slap if the links look good
     
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    huh...?
     
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    You brought a domain that's expired right?


    They tend to have a shitty for sale page on them for a good few weeks
     
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    Man i apologize but i don't know why i don't understand you !! Something wrong .. More explanation please ?
     
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    I don't know how to keep rewording the same thing fella. Sorry
     
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    NP, thanks for trying to help.

    Happy new year
     
  8. moneyflower

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    In my own opinion, I dont really think the domain name is penalized since it shows up when you search it with it a .com, it probably didnt appear without a .com becuase its an exact or partial niche domain in an highly competiitive niche, lets say you niche is get rid of fat, and you domain is getridoffat.com, So there is a high possiblity the domain wont show up when you search getridoffat even though its contained in domain, I dont know if you understand my point
     
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    Hi, Thanks mate

    Yea sure i got it exactly, and yes that might be a reason too because my domain name contains 2 words when they gathered together they give millions of possibilities...

    But do you have any idea what if it's already had a manual action how to submit a "reconsideration" ?

    Thanks again ;)