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My sites are banned from Google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by d3t0x, Sep 3, 2009.

  1. d3t0x

    d3t0x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So I had about 50 sites all indexed. They had the same home page intro paragraph, about page,privacy policy, and contact us page. The rest of the content was unique.

    When I do a search site:www.mydomain.tld or "http://mysite.tld" nothing comes up, and the sites all used to.

    Do you think they are banned from google? Or is this something that happens to everyone?

    And yes, I have checked the omitted search results. The problem is nothing comes up at all anymore.:(
     
  2. bobbylove321

    bobbylove321 BANNED BANNED

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    So your domain extension is .tld?
     
  3. d3t0x

    d3t0x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    no, no thats just an example stands for top level domain meaning .com, org, net, etc.
     
  4. Spaceman

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    Is toolbar PR grey - was it 0 or > 0 before?

    In my experience a solid ban is when the toobar PR goes grey from being a set value. But having said this - there is a period of time when it still shows PR but has been deleted - I think when the next PR update comes along you may find it greyed out.

    I may be wrong though
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  5. MDSOperandi

    MDSOperandi Regular Member

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    How old were the websites? I would find it hard to believe that they are banned if you were not doing anything shady. If they were new websites then they may just be sandboxed, if that's the case just continue to get some links and they should appear again.

    If you were doing BH techniques then you may be out of luck, that's BH I am afraid.

    Regards
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  6. cody41

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    Sounds like you left one hell of a footprint. They may have been de-indexed.
     
  7. MDSOperandi

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    Hi, if they were blackhat then having fifty websites with all the same intro, privacy etc is just asking for trouble... were they interlinked at all?? On the same IP address?? Were you using shared hosting or your own server etc?

    There are a lot of different reasons sites get banned so we will need to know more info

    Regards
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  8. playercool

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    Isn't that a horrible feeling when you go to google and type in site:www.mydomain.com and nothing appears. I have had this happen again and I just move on and build a new site. I don't exactly know why google does this to some sites but not others. If I had to guess it didn't pass a manual review...but there are so many sites does google really have someone who goes to all sites and reviews them?

    My advice is just move on. I have not figured out how to get out of the sandbox.
     
  9. MDSOperandi

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    Hi, further to this; were you using sub-domains at all? If the sub-domains were spammy but the top level domain was not spammy then remove the a-record to the sub-domains and apply for a re-inclusion request

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    this is what i did the one time i had this happen. make sure you content does appear at a glance to be spam or chalk full of ads.

    How old were the domains ?
    did you do any bh methods of SEO such as xrumer blasts ?

    more info needed for help.
     
  11. d3t0x

    d3t0x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes I was using a shared hosting account so I guess they all had the same IP. I guess google didn't like that. They weren't sub domains though just one hosting account.

    The domains were about a month old at least they used to come up on google but now they are all gone.

    I didnt use any bh methods either.
     
  12. fourgee

    fourgee Newbie

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    If you are using site: and then putting the domain name and they do not show results when they did before, they are definitely deindexed or removed from the search engine. Try to ask for re-inclusion through google webmaster tools or just move on and start again.

    Good Luck