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is there a way to recover private blog network sites that get deindexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by turdface, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    Or should you just delete them?
     
  2. JosephAGreene

    JosephAGreene Registered Member

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    I would just give up on anything that doesn't have a very very high TF/PA/DA. It will take a lot of work and you will only get it indexed again if the content has never been thin while in your control.
     
  3. CRT

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    That's not neccessarily true. I've seen others message Google that they "bought" the domain and are looking to start a business, and they have nothing to do with the deindex.

    However Google takes a while to repond to queries so it's up to you whether the domain is worth it or not.
     
  4. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    This site doesn't have thin content or anything, it just got deindexed. I don't want to message google because I don't have any google accounts on it. Is google still able to see deindexed sites? Like if I wipe it and start over will it eventually get indexed again?
     
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    If it is a manual penalty you will not be reinstated unless you submit a request for reconsideration
     
  6. LatteGrande

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    If your PBN is deindexed then there is no need to keep it tbh.
     
  7. owen2012

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    A very very high TF/PA/DA. It will take a lot of work and you will only get it indexed again.
     
  8. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    A section of that wasn't even a sentence. Can you say this in another way?
     
  9. starki

    starki Power Member

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    Yep, but whois data and host must be changed before applying for reinclusion. Also keep in mind reincluded sites seem to be under "special observation" to make sure you aren't gaming or abusing a reinclusion after ownership change.
     
  10. turdface

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    I considered something like that might happen.
     
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    djp371 Elite Member

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    IMO, I will delete PBN that gets deindexed to avoid footprints.