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Rank gone from 75 to removed from Google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by aiwnjoo, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. aiwnjoo

    aiwnjoo Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I recently purchased a new domain then did a link pyramid package with a couple of keywords, high niche. I did this about 2 weeks ago.

    I then purchased 50 .edu/org backlinks which has also been completed in the last 7 days.

    I noticed my site suddenly got recognised on Google in the 80's for a keyword which I was happy with, it then improved to 75 yesterday.

    Yesterday I deleted my Gmail account which was also used for Webmaster tools so this was also deleted.

    I also removed the verification file Google asks you to upload and verify.

    Today I check my rank and I am not listed on Google anymore, so they have removed me or something.

    Why would this happen?

    One thing im thinking of is the 10,000 backlinks which are being spammed by someone here as a little extra that I bought. You Google of noticed me sky rocket to rank 80 then 75 and ban me in a way?

    If anyone wants the link to view and look at I will pm it.

    Thanks for any help.
     
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  2. woot123

    woot123 Junior Member

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    Go to 80/75 is in no way skyrocketing ;) If something got you deindexed, it will probably be the 10k links an a new domain.
     
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  3. charlie3

    charlie3 Senior Member

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    Is it deindexed or a Google dance? Do a search for your domain like this:

    site:domain.com

    If it's there then it's just a Google dance, which I wouldn't be surprised about because you deleted your Gmail and webmaster verification file. Most likely Google is just surprised that that happened and is just moving your website around.
     
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  4. aiwnjoo

    aiwnjoo Registered Member

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    Ok thanks for replying,

    I did a 45 .GOV/EDU backlink package
    Bronze Link Pyramid package
    10,000 Unique Backlinks package

    I don't this this is that much really?

    The domain is new but does still appear on Google when I search your way;

    site:domain.com

    And it lists each page + robots.txt

    I changed robots.txt to this recently;

    Code:
    User-agent: *
    Disallow: /vdaemon/
    Disallow: /images/
    Disallow: /cgi-bin/
    Is this ok?

    Just as long as Google has not banned me, should I wait for it to sort itself out and start ranking properly again or setup webmaster tools?

    Thanks,
     
  5. Ewokson

    Ewokson Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I've noticed this with new domains is that they get a boost in the beginning and usually don't keep their rankings. Just keep building those backlinks and adding new content.
     
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  6. spoon22

    spoon22 Regular Member

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    NEVER implement google services on your site like analytics or webmaster tools. I had always bad experience with it. Especially with webmaster tools. I think it was webmaster tools.

    Use Piwik to track your visitors. It's the best free analytics tool, that's not from google.
     
  7. 50cent

    50cent Regular Member

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    looks like a sandbox. you should always start building links slow on a new domain. its crazy to blast 10k links and not expect to get slapped!
     
  8. pipey

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    How does it look like a sandbox? If the OP's website was sandboxed, then it wouldn't be found in google searches (via site:) - The chances are, where it's a new website, it's just the google dance. It'll happen throughout your websites life while you try and work your way up the SERP's.

    Best things todo, keep building quality links, keep adding fresh, unique content and try to build some non-spammed backlinks too. Your website hasn't been banned/sandboxed by Google.
     
  9. aiwnjoo

    aiwnjoo Registered Member

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    Thanks guys, im going to stay clear from the spamming backlinks now. Will keep with the link pyramid from internal soul I think and maybe some on-site SEO.

    Im back to 75 now so it was a dance, strange that its gone back to normal after re-adding webmaster tools and verification. WTF.

    If I delete this permenantly will Google also get rid of me again like that?
     
  10. aiwnjoo

    aiwnjoo Registered Member

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    Update,

    I have been advised that now I have linked Webmaster Tools to Google if I delete the service it will punish me and lower my rank is that true or does it do that temporarily?