Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by GoTop, Jan 8, 2011.
Will Google Sandbox make the site deindexed in google?
if entire site got de-indexed, is it sandbox?
Yup. Complete deindexing from Google for all of your blacklisted keywords.
my site has 50k posts, just like a autoblog.
It's hard to say which keyword my site is tageting.
but my entire site disappear in google, when I search "site:www.mysite.com", nothing show up...
if this is so call "sandbox", will my site indexed by google again?
De-indexed is more worse than sandbox. To my knowledge sandbox means that your keyword(s) are sent so low in the serps that they won't be useful for getting organic traffic.
I find a post said the same thing:
Your getting confused with this....
Deindex - G00gle has removed your site and its pages from the index completely due to a problem. To get back in the first thing to do is work out the problem which caused it and fix. Then submit a reconsideration request.
Sandbox - you site continues to be in the index (shows up doing a 'site:' search) but is nowhere for your choosen keywords. This is where you carry on adding good quality links in the hope of rising up again. Note: your site continues to be in the G00gle index.
Thanks a lot~~
However, I don't know why google de-index my site. It just happen when I move one of my php program from VPS A to VPS B. I don't know if them are associate.
Besides, My site is a autoblog. In My Google Webmaster Tools, it show my site have 5,649 Page Not found, 2,095 page have Duplicate meta descriptions.
Will these make my site deindexed in google ?
when I fix these problem, then submit a reconsideration request, how many chance will I get my stie back to google?
I don`t think that`s the problem for sandboxing ... and they aint gonna tell you the reason anyway ^^ ...
Your playing with autoblogs which is already kinda blackhat so they just might caught you ^^
In a few words - yes. Figures like these smack of auto generated content and thus inferior content. If you were running a search engine would you want a site with this amount of errors indexed?
You need to clean it up and start using different methods to generate unique tags before it will stand a chance of being re-indexed.
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