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[Method] How to recover penalised or sandboxed site? 30-50% Success Rate

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by NapsteR, Jun 11, 2013.

  1. NapsteR

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    Hi guys,

    I know I have not been active in bhw for past few months. Got so busy with some projects. I will try to post more from now on :D

    Ok, I learned this method by accident. Here is what happened.

    I had a pharmacy site(.com) and it was on top 10 for many keywords. Then it got penalized and rankings dropped. The next week, my domain registrar took down the domain because of some complaints (its a pharmacy site). I didnt want to loose the return customers so I bought the domain with same name in .net. I bought it so when my customers search the exact name of my website it will come up in google. After 10 days, this new .net site got ranked for many keywords in top 10.

    I didnt do any seo. G00gle recognized that .com was my old site and gave the link juice even without 301 redirection. I tried this method again with 5 of my penalized domains and 2 of them got old rankings back. Please note that you have to take down the old site and create a new site with same content and no 301.


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  2. Abstroose

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    Interesting idea! Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. sashablack

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    will give this a try :) thanks
     
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    Looks like an interesting concept,thanks for sharing!
     
  5. BlackhatUser

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    How long it's been since recovery? Could be just temporary.

    Did your new site gain old domains PR as well?
     
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  6. gergo2007

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    Same question here. Thanks!
     
  7. rasmusk

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    Interesting. I would like to see some case study to actually proof this is working. Any1 ;-)?
     
  8. NapsteR

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    I got a pm with this msg.

    It worked for me a month before. And yes I got the pagerank of .com to .net . The .com was PR 2 when it was taken down and .net got that PR 2 from PR 0
     
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  9. NapsteR

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    Its been more than 1 and half month now. The rankings have not dropped yet. And yes, the new site got old site's PR too.
     
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    Sounds good then, worth a try. Rep + thx added
     
  11. maecenas23

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    Excellent share. Will try this with my pharma websites which lost their ranks with the last google update.
    Will keep you posted.
     
  12. Voasi

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    I have to admit, this makes no sense. If it were that easy, you could just troll domains that fallout, put in the same registrar information and buy up .net and .org's of competitors. I feel like something is missing from all this...
     
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  13. rasmusk

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    This is some crazy sh't if this is sincerly true... :) Gonna test this out!
     
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    Were your domains completely deleted or penalised only ? Because they only manually delete sites completely.
     
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    new domain has to emd of the previous one?
     
  16. ComputerJunkie

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    How does that work then... Your saying you registered a brand new domain which then was just set up as a mirror to your penalised (now offline) pharma site, without the use of any 301'd or redirects, redirecting any search engine bots to your new .net domain, you apparently received its PR AND rankings?

    That doesn't make sense? If it were that easy one would simply purchase a .net / (any extension that wasn't taken) domain mirroring a corporate well established site which then would gain its PR and rankings automatically?

    Surely g b o t would not give link juice to another domain simply on the basis of having the same URL as your previous site?

    When you purchased your new domain and whacked on your articles you had on your other domain it probably ranked in the same positions as your old site simply to fill a void in their crappy results, you'll end up losing the rankings, I heard about the 'honey moon effect'.

    Not that I'm doubting you, it's just impossible for g0o0gle to give someone rankings and link juice on the basis of having identical URL names..

    That's just retarded
     
  17. NapsteR

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    It is not retarded if you open your eyes and read carefully. It works only if you take down the old domain. It wont just work if you register some .net domain of a famous brand. I know there is no logic for PR transfer without 301. But it worked. It is not crappy results. Unless you dont know how much competition pharmacy niche has.

    IF you dont like it, dont try it :D
     
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    not completely deleted domains. They penalized and went out of top 100. But still were indexed in G
     
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    So Google went beyond a penalty, and ignored duplicate content from a previous index (cached?) and it inherited PR to a no DA?

    I'd say buy it yesterday as much as could to expand that exploit while you can milk that bull.
     
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    How long did it take between the time the original domain got taken down and the new domain was put up did it start to rank? I may have to try this with my affiliate site that got hit.