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ReIndexing a banned website.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Danios, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. Danios

    Danios Registered Member

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    So yeah, Xrumer is dangerous if not used correctly. A friend of mine blasted a 3 year old pr3 website and in a mater of weeks the website completely disappeared from google. It hit him pretty hard because it was bringing him 300$ monthly, 100%passive.

    Do you think he has any change of bringing it up again or is just a wast of time? Any advices?
     
  2. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Your friend should have learned how to use Xrumer properly.

    I guess you learn from your mistakes.
     
  3. Danios

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    It's back again, pretty strange, I never seen a website going from indexed>completely banned> unbanned in a matter of days.
     
  4. emthree

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    I think it's highly dependent on the frequency at which google finds your backlinks.
    Which is why I never get why people do "100k blasts" all at once.
     
  5. Danios

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    Sure you do
     
  6. arbydee2

    arbydee2 Regular Member

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    Well if using xrumer can ban a website from google, then I would just blast all my competitions until they're all banned :)

    Unfortunately that doesn't work. There's just no "link juice" with those links.
     
  7. Danios

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    Interesting theory.
     
  8. catchme

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    So if the site was re-indexed, It haven't been banned.
    When you don't see it with site:domain.com or info:domain.com, try cache:domain.com.

    If there is no site:, info:, cache: result, then the site is banned.

    Otherwise it's there, but needs time