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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zolcsi68, Jul 1, 2011.

  1. zolcsi68

    zolcsi68 Regular Member

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    If g00gle deindex , they allways deinex the domain or sometimes just pages?
     
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    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    zolcsi68,

    When you get a deindex from Google, the domain and anything under it is completely deindexed. In other words, your whole domain is pretty much done and you will need to start fresh with another domain name. There is no such thing as a certain page being deindexed as far as i know.
     
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  3. zolcsi68

    zolcsi68 Regular Member

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    I just think about SB blast for all of my backlinks. Its good idea?
     
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    cant we reindex again in google..? bcoz my site got de indexed today :-(
     
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    someone high pr network's are very good for reindex a site. Search this networks in blackhatworld and u maybe back to google.
     
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    If your site is de-indexed then there is probably no way back, you can appeal to Google although doing so will have little or no chance of getting your domain back in the Google index.

    Make sure your site is de-indexed (Google will normally inform you its being De-indexed) that means all your site is removed from the Google search index.

    Or sandboxed means your site is still there but at number 1000...in that case it has a chance.