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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by moonlighsunligh, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. moonlighsunligh

    moonlighsunligh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    One of my sites got de-indexed and this has never happened to me before.

    I opened a webmaster account few minutes ago to see if there is a massage, and there isn't any message. I also wasn't sent a message to mail webmaster#domain.com.What does this mean?

    I didn't create many link, just a bit.


    Could it be a manual action since the site as getting 500 visits per day in a pretty competitive niche. Could it be a competitor?
     
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  2. BacklinksProject.com

    BacklinksProject.com Junior Member

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    have you tried to track the backlinks to your website? if you are sure that you only create a bit but the result say otherwise, you know the answer :)
     
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  3. meannn

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    Yeah, strangely, I have also 1 site that de-indexed today. It was an autoblog, but the content were uniqued with images and video. I have also script that was sending it to bookmark. How about yours ?
    If your site is completely removed, then yes it's manually deleted.
     
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  4. moonlighsunligh

    moonlighsunligh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, I got just 50 links with diversified anchors and the site didn't get a penalty it is completely deindexed.
     
  5. moonlighsunligh

    moonlighsunligh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well it was a quite good site of over 1000 pages, but i was ranking on first page for over 500 keywords in this industry, so i am pretty sure someone has reported it as an affiliate site. They were definitely loosing money because of my site.

    I am trying to track these people down, but i doubt i can because i only have a pool of ip adressed that did more than5-10 pageviews. Is there way to find out if an ip adress belongs to a corporation or a person?
     
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    so you were not warned before the de-indexing.. right? Even its competitor, you could have got a mail regarding the warning from Google.

    Either you might have created really bad backlinks or this could be your competitor's work.
     
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  7. BacklinksProject.com

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    now that's completely stange :confused:

    any chance you broke google's rules?
     
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    Are you sure google sends warning after a manual penalty?

    Links aren't a problem for sure (Except if Google manually reviewed the links they would find out they all come from an ultra-spun article).


    Regarding content they may see some parts of my site that way, but I do not agree with them. New sites are easy to report.


    How long do i need to wait for an answer.
     
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  10. moonlighsunligh

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    When one reports competitors (and they can because my site is an affiliate site) how long does it take for google to review/ban the site?

    This would help me greatly because then i would be able to find competitors IP.
     
  11. meannn

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    Google is ok with affiliate pages with enough information. I don't think that google completely remove an affiliate site with report unless you don't make too bad things.
     
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  12. moonlighsunligh

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    I did have many 500+ word articles 100% unique and informative. But big sites who pay lots adwords do not like affiliate pages as I seen that most affiliate sites in my industry disappear sooner or letter.

    What are bad things?
    I do not know for this, but visitors liked my site competitors are probably the only that do not like the site.
     
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  13. moonlighsunligh

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  14. ritesh

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    Well even if there manual penalty you wont get deindexed.Most likely its the links that got you deindexed. Did you built any tier2 links with scrapebox or did you hit your tier1 links hard?
     
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    Check your backlinks and see if there is no Bad Forum Backlinks, Like if people send SE Nuke or Scrapebox profiles to bad site's linking to you.

    Competitors might have send some very bad backlinks to your site to force google to either look at your site or to automatically sandbox your site.

    if you do site:yourdomain.com in google, do you find your site at all ?
     
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  16. moonlighsunligh

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    Hi,

    No I did contextual tier1, tier2 and tier3. Scrapebox on tier4 only.All content was more than readable and useful.
    tier1:20 PR>4
    tier2: 200 articles (GSA pr>1)
    tier3: 1000 articles (GSA)
    tier4: 10 000 scrapebox, GSA comments

    When I do site:yourdomain.com nothing shows up.

    I do not see any bad links. I do not build even article directories let alone forum profiles.
     
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  17. FuryKyle

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    It is highly unlikely that your site got deindexed because of its backlink profile. Either you were doing something really shady with Google or there were internal problems with your site. Try to straighten it out with them.
     
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  18. ritesh

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    Its the links am pretty sure. I have deindexed many sites.I use pretty much same strategy some get indexed and most of them rank.
    Every site does not perform same to the same backlink profile there are other factors as well adwords competitors/competition etc not just the off page/on page seo.
    In this case the link juice in the end is flowing to just 20 pr4 links which might have triggered the deindexing.
    Were the links built to homepage only?
     
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  19. moonlighsunligh

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    Yes i am pretty sure backlinks aren't a problem. How long does it takes google to respond. I am pretty sure this won't work because I do have spun articles on tier1 which can be easily checked by them.

    So I am going to start new site, but i need to know the cause of the problems so I can avoid them.

    Maybe clocked affiliate links are a problem. I usually have 10+ affiliate links per page, because I use a plugin like phpbuy to show lists of products and 500+ word of supporting content.
     
  20. moonlighsunligh

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    No I built links to random page on my site, I even coded a software for anchor randomization so only 10% is the targeted keyword. Tier1 have few <pr4 sites, most of them are pr>4.