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Move to a new website after Penguin 3.0

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Windmm, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. Windmm

    Windmm Elite Member

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    My website's been hit by Penguin 3.0. Just want to ask that should I create a new website and move all my old contents to it?
    Thanks for reading this guys!
     
  2. nikchaing

    nikchaing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP UnGagged Attendee

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    She left you too? .................. Desperated :) ?
     
  3. Adrian112

    Adrian112 Supreme Member Premium Member

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    No same content, it would be duplicate content, even if you delete old one, Google keeps cache of old websites.
     
  4. mickyfu

    mickyfu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have lost count of how many times I have seen this question the past few days. If you want to reuse it, like I have done many times with no issues, remove the domain from the website, wait till the content is deindexed, and then reuse the content. I have many times also just swapped the domain and carried on without waiting for the site to be deindexed.
     
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    bigballin6161 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So if you wait until the site is deindexed you can use everything exactly the same? Like identical clone?
     
  6. jxiong2012

    jxiong2012 Regular Member

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    Is there a way to no index your old site, wait for it to disappear off google and then migrate to a new domain with the exact same content without duplication penalty? I have recurring customers on my slapped site.
     
  7. Windmm

    Windmm Elite Member

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    My website still has about 10k return visitors everyday and I really don't want to remove my domain... :(
     
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    My opinion, write new content. I know it's a lot of time and effort. But to work 10 hours writing new content with safe results better than working for 3 hours copying the old one and have no results at the end.
     
  9. wizdorf

    wizdorf Regular Member

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    Your only option at this point is to clean up your links and wait till Google does another refresh. I'd bet that you'll see another refresh as soon as early 2015 rather than another year like the last refresh.

    Keep in mind the only way to recover rankings is to clean up your links. So I'd suggest getting started asap if your domain is worth saving.