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my site has disappeared on Google for 3 weeks

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Lush1, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. Lush1

    Lush1 Registered Member

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    Does this mean that it's sandboxed or is this normal? I've just been linkbuilding with profiles and blog comments.
     
  2. smackdaddy

    smackdaddy Newbie

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    Give it a week or so. All my sites do this, even the ones that reach the front page. I just had a couple of sites on page 1 disappear for a couple of weeks and they just came back higher than before.

    It's pretty normal.
     
  3. vickygarg

    vickygarg Power Member

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    my site has too gone for like 3 weeks but is still indexed,is your's indexed?
     
  4. xboxlive

    xboxlive Registered Member

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    i find that if you switch the page layout around, titles, meta description, and also add some new pages of content directly related then you will no longer be penalized.
     
  5. irie08

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    Hey same thing here. I did some work for a client and used some pretty spammy keywords as anchor text in blog comments. They were related to his subject but ya... Had a lot of top rankings plummet from spot 3 to 173...hope it rebounds. I did send an email to the big g for reinclusion too.
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  6. oxynom

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    Happened to me too, it was my first autoblog actually. The traffic made me happy for a couple of weeks, then it drops to almost zero. The website disappeared from Google, so I gave up on the autoblog.

    Then i don't know how many weeks later, the traffic was coming in again. I didn't do a thing, but the autoblog kept doing its thing. So my guess is to just keep posting and marketing your website, if the website get's old enough and has sufficient backlinks, then it will pop into google again
     
  7. Strangler

    Strangler Newbie

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    Had this happen recently as well. I was #7 for a moderately competitive kw and then I disappeared for about three weeks. What worked for me was adding a couple of new pages of content and getting some higher quality backlinks.

    My backlinks were a mix of blog comments and forum posts. I submitted a press release on some free press release sites, created a hub page, posted a pdf on a couple doc sharing sites and posted a video to some video sites. Been back and at #2 for a few days now.
     
  8. wowhaxor

    wowhaxor Executive VIP Premium Member

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    By disappeared you mean deindexed or not showing up for the search phrase you were using before?

    Also is this site pretty new?