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Hurt a domain?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kesha1, May 4, 2010.

  1. kesha1

    kesha1 Registered Member

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    Hi,
    if someone want's to do as much as possible damage to a domain what could they do? (submit to some search engines the way that it'll be sandboxed, or something else like that)
    I have a feeling that some of my sites were going lower on alexa after I exposed them at certain webmasters boards.
    Thank you.
     
  2. kesha1

    kesha1 Registered Member

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    So, what one could do to do a damage to a domain? Couldn't they submit it to the search engines in an obviously wrong way to make it sandboxed (or something like that)?
     
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    themliteguy Registered Member

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    The only real way to damage (hurt) a domain would be to get about 20 to 30 other domains to out rank them.
     
  4. kesha1

    kesha1 Registered Member

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    Ok,
    but you guys constantly talk about not being sure about this or that BH trick causing a domain to sandbox, right? So, could anyone do this on purpose, submit it such a way that it will be most likely sandboxed?
     
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    themliteguy Registered Member

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    No it can't be done. If it could the search engines would be totally useless because everyone would be doing it to their competition.

    Use a combination of WH and BH techniques to out rank them.
     
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    themliteguy Registered Member

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    OP, you keep talking about getting a site sandboxed. You know what happens MOST of the time when a site does get so called sandboxed? It usually comes back stronger in the long run.