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Site De-indexed From Google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ZorkZork69, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. ZorkZork69

    ZorkZork69 Junior Member

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    I purchased an SEO package from someone on here and it did wonders for my site for months, until Big G busted the most likely PBN and caught my site that was sitting at #1 for its search term and then de-indexed it.

    1)Is there any feasible way to get Google to put it back up?

    2)If not, and I start over using a new site in the same niche, is it okay to link to the same Facebook page without Google detecting the match and penalizing me?

    3)Is there anything I should look out for while creating the new site in order to not link the two sites together? Should i take down the original site?

    This is simply a micro-niche website that was making me ~14-30$ a day.

    Also, if anyone could provide me any additional pointers, it'd be much appreciated. Thank you!
     
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    Please pm me what service got you hit.
     
  4. ZorkZork69

    ZorkZork69 Junior Member

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    Thank you. So basically, putting the site on a new host is my only other option.



    It was Rankpush. I don't think this guy is doing any more work for us here anyways. So you don't have to worry about others getting hit.
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...earch-engine-optimization-24.html#post6705363
     
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    Did you ask the provider to remove the link from the PBN?


    I manage to get couple of site back up by removing link that caused the penalize
     
  6. ZorkZork69

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    I'm not entirely sure it was a PBN. I posted the link above to the thread. It was basically an all in one SEO package. I think it was a manual penalty as well as no one here has really been complaining about Google updates screwing their shit over.
     
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    Yes, the new site you'll be building, not the old one.
     
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    Try to check your own url on Google, if it is still on Google... you have probably to rank it.
     
  9. Phobos

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    Hey, funnily enough, the same thing happened to me today, except that I was using a different service. Some of my keywords are still indexed, albeit at very very low ranks (page 10+). Can someone shed a clearer light on this? If my keywords are still there on the SERPs does that mean I can still salvage the website?

    I really need advice and I'm bookmarking this thread. Hope we get through this okay, OP.
     
  10. DiggitySEO

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    Like mentioned before. Be sure to re-write your content even though your first site was de-indexed. I have reason to believe (after 3 times of trying to short cut this) that Google is using cached data to check for dupe content. Once I started re-writing (I use ineedarticles.com), ranking new sites has been fine.

    Also, you can link up your old FB, Twitter, etc without Google connecting the dots. Done this plenty of times.
     
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    Is it really necessary to change hosting? My other websites are doing quite well at the top of the SERPs, only 1 has tanked. Will it be extra paranoia to enlist another hosting service?
     
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    please tell us what pbn you used, it will save us money I believe..
     
  13. ZorkZork69

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    Nope. De-indexed totally from Google. Basically erased my shit.

    I believe that means your site is salvageable. Don't take my word on it though.

    Alright thank you. Will more than likely set up a new one to not even take a risk though.

    yeah. I'm curious to this as well. But I do know that Google checks IP's as well. So all websites from the same hosting package have the same IP I suppose, so I can only speculate on if Google will penalize you for the same IP, but it's probably a likely occurence.

    I replied earlier in this thread with the link to the SEO package service I used. But here it is again:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...earch-engine-optimization-24.html#post6705363
     
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    Were you getting a lot of visitors at that number 1 spots? 15-$30 is solid for a MNS I'm just getting into it to give it a try seems like you would need quite a lot of them to make decent income would you agree? Thanks! To answer your question I would just completely start over fresh do everything new
     
  15. ZorkZork69

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    It was a high traffic/low competitive niche that I got the head start on before anyone. If you can come up with a niche idea that balances those two out and know how to set up a website, you're set.
    But yeah, I'm thinking that as well. Don't know if I should use a different host or not. Anyone have any experience with that?
     
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