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[Scrapebox] Deindex

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cricket1, Dec 23, 2011.

  1. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    I have been promoting my sites mostly via Youtube but I have always wanted to rank them on Google too.

    So to start off I bought Scrapebox a week ago.
    Whenever I blast the web 2.0 sites they get deindexed in the next few days.
    I guess I could deindex other sites by blasting them out with SB too... That makes no sense.

    Anyway, what am I doing wrong?
    The Web 2.0 sites I use: weebly, blogger (blogspot), squidoo.
    Also, they all have anchor links to my money site and they all consist of 1 article.

    EDIT: THEY ARE INDEXED NOW, HOWEVER, THEY WERE NOT YESTERDAY.
     
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  2. SEOfarmer

    SEOfarmer Regular Member

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    you must be one of the people who blast 100,000 (MASSIVE) links to a few web.20 sites in a very short period of time...?
     
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  3. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    Nope, I blasted an AA list shared on BHW. Scrapebox reported ~1000 successful posts.
    So you're saying I shouldn't blast that many links in a short period of time? I know SEO is not done overnight so you might be right.
     
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  4. afro25

    afro25 Regular Member

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    You haven't given it enough time to see if it's just a Google Dance yet. Wait another couple of weeks or so before thinking they've been deindexed, you'll most likely find they come back with better rankings within the next week.
     
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  5. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    I thought Google dance just makes your sites drop in rankings.
    I mean, I can't see the sites when I manually check by typing in Google site:mysite.com
     
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    thedon23 Elite Member

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    That's weird. I always blast my Web 2.0's, and never have them deindexed.
     
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    Are you sure your website has been deindexed ?

    Check this on Google :
    Code:
    site:mydomain.com
    Beny

    EDIT : Ok, you've already tried.
     
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  8. NoHoneyWithoutMoney

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    I have never agreed that you cant blast directly even, think about this if I blast my competitor and if we agree with your idea , he will be deindexed .

    So obviously thats not gona happen otherwise everyone will doing the same think about the other way , let say I am a no 10 and 10 competator on top .

    I go ahead and do 10 direct blasts of sb , they will all get deindexed with your logic and I will be NO.1 in no time.

    Mostly the reason for DE-indexing / penalty / any other bad effects is on site seo

    look what you did on site .

    try site: domain command
     
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  9. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    I guess I have to give it a week or so. Anyway, how many links do you usually blast to your Web 2.0's? Is 1'000 too many?
     
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    Dont you think the AA lists shared public on forums are crap? These blog pages are already spammed to death and can brings you only negative effect. You have to use high quality AA lists which include blog pages with low OBL. The best way is to create your own lists, because they can be niche related. Also you can buy some good list. Always ask the seller for ********/nofollow procent, PR and OBL.
     
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  11. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    That's strange... Yesterday they all were deindexed but now I can actually see the sites when typing site:mysite.com
    Whoa! They all are now indexed!

    I don't get it because yesterday they were totally deindexed! I know that because they were indexed before that happened.

    Sorry for misinformation.
     
  12. NoHoneyWithoutMoney

    NoHoneyWithoutMoney Regular Member

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    Congrats ..... (Breaking news it was Google Dance )
     
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  13. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    I guess so... I wish I had checked it before making this thread because before 10 hours I could not find the sites.
    At least now I can keep working on building more links to my web 2.0's.
     
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  14. Crewchief007

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    :deadhorse

    Now that SB prohibits reselling licenses it feels like a waste of $57 to me. Probably because I'm using it the wrong way...[/QUOTE]

    Not probably... how about definitely!

    It simply is not wise to purchase a tool as powerful as SB and attempt to use it willy nilly.

    You need to understand SEO principles such as link diversity, link velocity, link spiking, link obfuscation, IP diversity as well as the art of building massive backlinks that stick.

    Then you need to learn how to properly use SB. A good start, or should I say the best start would be: Brian Valentine SB TUTS and Loopline's SB tutorials.

    Don't blame SB because it works wonders when used the right way.
     
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  15. cricket1

    cricket1 Senior Member

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    That's true, I guess, I should read more about SEO. Anyway, that's why I said I used it the wrong way.
     
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    The good thing is, you learned from that mistake. But if you are guessing about reading/learning more regarding SEO, I promise, you will hit all kinds of time consuming, costly and aggravating scenarios, situations and headaches.

    Something else you learned is that SERP positioning is not guaranteed and when you see movement, either way, up or down, stay steady as she blows!
     
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  17. crzyyoungn

    crzyyoungn Registered Member

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    I've honestly never heard of this before... I've had sites manually ban me for spamming the bejeezus out of my web2.0 but never have I gotten the page deindexed on google's accord. Are you sure they didn't just shut down your account? (which would then mean that your page no longer exists).