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Site Got Deindexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by marketing55, May 9, 2013.

  1. marketing55

    marketing55 Newbie

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    Guys my 4 year old site got deindexed due to over SEO. I was receiving good traffic, and I bought some backlinks from this site, and over night I got deindexed. I should have never done it, but I did. The site had good quality content. It's been 2 weeks now and it hasn't come back. Should I (A) strip the content from the deindexed site and then start a new site using the same content of the deindexed site or (b) wait and see what happens in the next 3 months or (C) which I dread doing, start all over.

    I like option (A) because i have over 500 unique post on that domain and if it's deindexed, I can't make any money of it. Any suggestions anyone.
     
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  2. supportnhelp

    supportnhelp Regular Member

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    you got manual penalty, site deindex not done by algorithm . Some google employee check ur site, and ur site have low quality contents.

    every one say, i have quality contents, but that is not case most. Be sure, u have quality contents, lengthly contents, images in contents, and its really add value.

    u don't need to wait, coz its not penalty, u put reconsideration request, they will check site again. but now its hard to get back.

    over seo, if u did 1000's of backlinks daily or have 100k+ in a week, then possible it get deindex due to links, other wise its ur contents and site quality that make it deindex.

    hope it help.
     
  3. tompots

    tompots Elite Member Premium Member

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    Read and watch this, it should help you with your problem.
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  4. CandyLand

    CandyLand Regular Member

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    Your site was deindexed within 24 hours of building these links? What type of links were they?

    I also suspect that it wasn't the links, but some other factor that got you deindexed. That's way too soon. Even if you threw hundreds of thousands of links at it, it takes time for Google to crawl all of those pages.

    Edit: were these blog network posts?
     
  5. omnipotent$

    omnipotent$ Regular Member

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    Check if your content is posted on other domains. If not, delete the content from the domain and spread it out over several other domains so that your eggs isn't all in one basket.
     
  6. thomsanmatt

    thomsanmatt Junior Member

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    good video