Let's say Google banned your domain from search result, can you do 301 redirect with a new domain and remove the ban?

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Let's say my website got low quality content punishment or spamdexing punishment by Google, Can I buy another domain name and escape Google ban?

Let's say i can, how much time will i have before Google bans my new domain name again? Cuz i will always buy .xyz domain so if Google bans my domain name once or twice a month then i wouldn't worry about it, i would buy .xyz and escape the Google ban, can I get rid of Google ban like this forever? Can y
 

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i think google is a bit to clever to do that any more. a new domain and new website layout is what will be required. Sell the same product but change everything up. Guessing your doing google ads? failing that contact google and find out why your banned and if there's anything you can do to fix the issue? blame any faults on a third party (that you was unaware was breaking the rules) good luck
 

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i think google is a bit to clever to do that any more. a new domain and new website layout is what will be required. Sell the same product but change everything up. Guessing your doing google ads? failing that contact google and find out why your banned and if there's anything you can do to fix the issue? blame any faults on a third party (that you was unaware was breaking the rules) good luck
it's a video uploading website :) :) , I can send you the link of a few websites that have uploaded more than 300 thousand videos with automated bots and those website are still ranked in google. so how come those website not banned by google? some told me that they're doing 301 redirect to escape from google ban or something. cuz i can see the titles, half english and half another language and i can see other website's tags, so they're just using bots and uploading 100s of thousands of videos and google does not punish them or they do but they escape from google ban somehow. can you explain how they escape from google ban? i can send you the link of the website that im talking about
 

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This is the method that used to work great probably... 6 - 7 years ago?

Ever since then 301 redirects have been passing penalties, so no, it won't help you in any way. Feel free to give it a shot though.
 

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This is the method that used to work great probably... 6 - 7 years ago?

Ever since then 301 redirects have been passing penalties, so no, it won't help you in any way. Feel free to give it a shot though.
You know your stuff with domains, but I will say you are not complete right in this aspect. Depends a lot on the niche, the overall power and authority of the domain, and nowadays cache of google which is not just about the index cache.

OP: if you talk about true blackhat stuff with lets say streaming sites with huge base of content then go for it, you have nothing to lose anyway, only testing stuff you will find out how it will work. For me, what you want to test, works in like 50% of cases. As I said, depends on some factors, the age of banned domain, authority, number of indexed links before ban and so on.
 

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You know your stuff with domains, but I will say you are not complete right in this aspect. Depends a lot on the niche, the overall power and authority of the domain, and nowadays cache of google which is not just about the index cache.

OP: if you talk about true blackhat stuff with lets say streaming sites with huge base of content then go for it, you have nothing to lose anyway, only testing stuff you will find out how it will work. For me, what you want to test, works in like 50% of cases. As I said, depends on some factors, the age of banned domain, authority, number of indexed links before ban and so on.

Noted, thank you for the information.

I figured there might be some time period between passing of link juice/penalty or, as you noted with the cache, time period until deindexation penalty takes full effect.

However, I have not tried the method for a while and haven't heard of anyone being able to make it work in the past couple years.

But as with everything SEO, there's always a way to make something work if you try hard enough I suppose.

Thank you for the information once again.
 

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as you noted with the cache
Shot some tests based on this, you will be surprised. I can't dive into details on public cause is too much time and hard work invested in, but as you know your stuff very well, you will figure out pretty fast. Overall think from the hardcore blackhat stuff position, you know like good old days.
 

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This is the method that used to work great probably... 6 - 7 years ago?

Ever since then 301 redirects have been passing penalties, so no, it won't help you in any way. Feel free to give it a shot though.
You know your stuff with domains, but I will say you are not complete right in this aspect. Depends a lot on the niche, the overall power and authority of the domain, and nowadays cache of google which is not just about the index cache.

OP: if you talk about true blackhat stuff with lets say streaming sites with huge base of content then go for it, you have nothing to lose anyway, only testing stuff you will find out how it will work. For me, what you want to test, works in like 50% of cases. As I said, depends on some factors, the age of banned domain, authority, number of indexed links before ban and so on.
so how much time will i have before google bans my new domain? I know google will ban my new domain again but what i want to know is how long will it take for google to ban my new domain again? days? or weeks? or months? how long? that's what i want to know. I can buy .xyz domains and change my domains everytime google bans my domain
 

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Shot some tests based on this, you will be surprised. I can't dive into details on public cause is too much time and hard work invested in, but as you know your stuff very well, you will figure out pretty fast. Overall think from the hardcore blackhat stuff position, you know like good old days.
@Luco Trashtalker. hope you have bad day.
 
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