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Site deindexed :( Will 301 redirect help?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JMercier, Sep 5, 2011.

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  1. JMercier

    JMercier Junior Member

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    G00gle has de-indexed my 100$/day site, and it was a shocker for me when I saw that :( Felt like dreaming, but I was already weaked up.

    I visited g00gle WMT and found a message: Your site may not appear on search results, your site violated our guidlines and so on.

    Site ranked very well for some competitive keywords. So my question is:

    If I buy a new domain and 301 redirect de-indexed site to the new domain. Will this recover my rankings for new domain or anyway help to increase rankings faster?

    I've seen people saying that the 301 redirect may transfer the penalty and the new domain may be penalized and de-indexed too.

    Any thoughts? Thanks and sorry for my english, non native;)
     
  2. hurn

    hurn Power Member

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    sad story bro. I think redirection will not make any advantage. try to change the site according to guidelines and send a reconsideration request.
     
  3. olimix

    olimix Regular Member

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    I was in the same case
    redirect 301 >> google.com
    nothing else to do , sorry about that
    the ip adress of the server is still valid and indexable, so create a new domain .
     
  4. VIC SEO

    VIC SEO Elite Member

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    I don't think that 201 redirect will help, you will just be telling Google that now you must deindex the new site as well. Make a new site and get some quality content up there.
     
  5. Drezonate

    Drezonate Newbie

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    in what way did your site violate their guidelines?
     
  6. JMercier

    JMercier Junior Member

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    Have no idea what exactly caused this, but it had lots of things that may violated their guidlines. Including huge CPA banner above the fold, no contacts, no privacy policy, misleading articles and so on. I think it was just a matter of time.

    I'm just suprised that g00gle did a manual review of my site. Never expierenced that before.

    Anyways, I did an 301 redirect to the new domain and so far - no results at all.

    I guess it's time to say good bye and move on..
     
  7. insainty

    insainty Registered Member

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    don't do the 301 redirect.. you are just telling google that "my current website got suspended so i am doing a redirect. please go to that website and suspend that as well"

    Just get a new domain and be careful the next time.
     
  8. JMercier

    JMercier Junior Member

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    thanks. I'm going to undo now.

    Just wanted to try and see for my self will this help or not.
     
  9. mutatedllama

    mutatedllama Regular Member

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    This is against Google's rules? I had no idea. A competitor of mine is doing this; basically every page just has a huge CPA banner and you have to scroll down to get to the content.

    Can I notify Google in some way?
     
  10. insainty

    insainty Registered Member

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    I dont think having a CPA banner will get you De-indexed. He must have done some nasty back linking which should be the reason for this.

    This can help you in the future:

    hxxp://ww.google.c0m/support/webmasters/bin/topic.py?topic=28800
     
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  11. Scripteen

    Scripteen Elite Member

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    There is always a problem in the content when google deindexes your site so you must change the content not only the domain.
     
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  12. mccullum

    mccullum Power Member

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    i personally have seen a 100 per day adsense site get banned and completely deindexed from google. It was 301d to a new domain. I see now that the site is indexed but it has lost rankings. Links are intact though but rankings are not. Just something i noticed. After fixing the problem, you will have to file for reconsideration. That is the best bet.
     
  13. fimms

    fimms Junior Member

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    What about setting domain to other server and IP? I've seen some of my sites, that were deindexed and expired moving to other owner and they are on index again. I think either change of ip, or content or both caused this.
     
  14. skydancer

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    I believe it's only a short time solution. Eventually google will deindex it. But you can earn some spare bucks.