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My website is deindexed because "sneaky mobile redirects"

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fedealmendra, Jun 14, 2016.

  1. fedealmendra

    fedealmendra Newbie

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    My best website (which it was ranked top 100 alexa in my country and 10,000 worldwide) had a third party app that sneaky redirects on mobile phones and I hadn't noticed until I received this email:

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    I removed it, and the same day I sent a reconsideration letter notifying that. After 7 days without response, I read the "how to fix this problem" part of the letter and I've sent an other explaining what did I have done to remove it in detail as they recommended.

    I'm still waiting for their reconsideration, I don't know what to do now, they deindexed only a directory, I have my entire work on this directory and an excellent SEO job done in this but some people say that I could redirect all that traffic from there to a new directory and lose that SEO job.

    What should I do? I didn't receive a response from Google after 20 days

    Thank you
     
  2. IMustMakeIt

    IMustMakeIt BANNED BANNED

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    first thing that came to my mind reading the thread title was plugrush.. i 'd wait for them to reply as sooner or later they WILL respond and if everything was in place they will index your website again, they have to.
     
  3. Mr Lim

    Mr Lim Newbie

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    Check webmaster master in dashboard.
     
  4. globalseopoint

    globalseopoint Regular Member

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    They generally respond in 2 weeks, if they didn't that means your site is still not completely correct, check once again to see everything is correct. You can move that directory to a new one, just ensure that you do the correct 301 redirects at the url level. You will regain rankings with new URLs in no time.
     
  5. fedealmendra

    fedealmendra Newbie

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    Thank you all! After 3 weeks they approved my website :)