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Made an SEO Suicide... What should I do now?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by womanfcuker, May 18, 2012.

  1. womanfcuker

    womanfcuker Regular Member

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    I redirected a 9 year old site to one of my new site. The old site was deindexed by Google earlier. Though, I thought it might be because of being inactive.

    I forward the domain to the new one and my new domain also deindexed in two days!!!

    What should I do now? I already removed the redirect.

    What steps I should take to re crawled by Google?

    SEO experts, please help....
     
  2. lilmasta

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    i guess just let it go it wont worth ur efforts i heard ppl can get it index again but there will always be a risk factor ... so get a new domain and try again
     
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  3. womanfcuker

    womanfcuker Regular Member

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    I started getting 2K visitors per day... 500+ FB fans and 100+ Google plus... It's not that easy to let it go...
     
  4. SuperLinks

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    Are you sure that the previous domain was deindexed?

    Let's start with that....
     
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  5. KevinA

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    Domains don't get deindexed because of being inactive.
    When you Google;
    site:yourdomain.com

    What does it come up with?
     
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  6. audioguy

    audioguy Power Member

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    Well I guess there's nothing you can do with that.

    If your 2K visits/day are mainly from search engine, then you're deindexed. So just start your own site.

    If your 2K visits/day come from elsewhere, just keep it as is, you're getting fans and G+ right? So start your own site to bring traffic from search engine.
     
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  7. womanfcuker

    womanfcuker Regular Member

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    Yes, I' sure the old site was deindexed.

    site: oldsite brings no results.
    site: new site also brings no results
     
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  8. womanfcuker

    womanfcuker Regular Member

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    2K visits were coming from search engines to my new site's content.

    I became greedy and redirect the old domain for domain age. :/
     
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    The main thing to do is learn from the mistake :)
     
  10. szhang

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    that's odd, with the new penguin update shouldn't you be getting the reverse effect for doing the redirect.
     
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  11. EvilPlankton

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    You could request reconsideration from Google here. Usually though, a site is deindexed for a significant reason (i.e., caught using blackhat) and they will likely reject the claim. I would undo any changes you made before submitting.
     
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    artificial_genius Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I've seen mixed results with 301'ing a deindexed site. That alone should not deindex your current site, as that would make negative SEO way too easy!

    I'd remove the redirect and wait a week before doing anything drastic. If you are still deindexed I would move onto another domain. That doesn't mean the 301 is what caused it, but either way it is hard to get a site reindexed.

    You can submit a reinclusion request on GWT but I wouldn't count on that doing anything drastic.
     
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  13. imserious

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    Redirect this old domain to some other domain of yours and check if the new domain also gets deindexed.
    Highly unlikely but if it does, start a deindex a competitor service.
     
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    Well, if that was really the reason - make a new website in the same niche and while you're working it's way up the SERPs don't stop forwarding the deindexed domain to your competition ;)
     
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    Change the 301 redirect NOW! Request re-consideration.
     
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  16. cloakndagger

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    301 will work for a while if you're site is not indexed but hit with a filter e.g penguin,there is always a risk.However 301ing a de-indexed domain is not a good idea as the penalty(like link juice) is passed on.If both the de-indexed domain and your now de-indexed domain were on the same IP(host) it would be a flag right away.

    You could try this with another domain e.g 301ing it to somewhere else but the test would only be valid if the new site was hosted seperately with a different ip.
    There could be other issues with the site,we can't see it so we don't know.
    Get some quality guest posts in your niche fast,if most of your backlinks are poor quality e.g spam I cannot see you getting a reconsideration,it will be a manual review for sure and the fact you got your domain de-indexed with a 301 will mean your backlinking will be scrutinised.
    Good luck with it.
     
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  17. nothingnothing

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    Make a blogspot blog in the same niche with some articles,
    Get it indexed,
    Redirect it to your new site,
    Buy 1000 RTS for your new site
    Buy a scrapebox blast for the blogspot blog (not your main site)

    Will it work for you ? I don't know
    Did it worked for me? yes it did.
     
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  18. womanfcuker

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    The new site site doesn't have any blackhat techniques used. Only the bookmarking I used for promoting the site.

    This is a very strange situation for me. The old domain were listed in Yahoo! directory and had numerous Wikipedia links so I though it will give a positive impact. But it deindexed the site altogether!!!
     
  19. womanfcuker

    womanfcuker Regular Member

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    I have redirect the domain to some other site. So let's see the site also get deindexed or not. If it does it will be a major flow in G's algorithm.

    Currently, I'm doing a scrapebox blast to the old domain to make the Gbot visit faster.

    If anybody can offer any kind of blasts it would be great.
     
  20. RodMar

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    Looking forward to your experiment on redirecting to another site. See what happens, but for another one which is affected, try asking for reconsideration and make sure all the possible causes are fixed already.