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Sites removed from SERPs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rasmusk, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. rasmusk

    rasmusk Senior Member

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    I need help to filter out what happened to my moneywebsites. All got removed from SERPs over night.

    Facts:All posts and pages on every moneysite still indexed using "site:website"

    Using "phrases" in Google shows my websites BUT underneith crappy websites like domaintools or other stuff like this which only have a citation from my site. So Google don't give my websites any value at all.

    NO obvious blackhatlinkbuilding done lately, and some of the websites havent had any linkbuilding done for ages. And just got removed for non competetive searches. (Used SE Slingshot 2 months ago (25 blogposts to some and 50 blogposts to 1 website).

    I don't believe its a Panda neither a Penguin. I use strict 10-20% max of EMD anchors.

    No message in webmastertools

    Footprints:
    BIGGEST mistake ever, had some of the websites linked between.(I just removed all links between some of the websites).

    Questions:
    Will I receive message in Webmastertools if it was SPAM flagged or anything like that?

    Will I get message in Webmastertools if it was manually removed from SERPs?

    Solution:
    What can I do?
    Forget the websites and start all over without footprints?



    Theese sites were making 1500 USD a month in affiliate income, and 200 USD in AdSense income. Fuck my life.

    And Yes I didnt take enough "care", only been doing affiliate for 6 months, and I really only learn from mistakes that hurts the moneypocket.
     
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  2. rasmusk

    rasmusk Senior Member

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    Anyone else using SE Slingshot see SERPs dissappear lately?
     
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    rasmusk Senior Member

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    I seriously start believeing it was SE Slingshot. I used this for all penalized sites. My other affiliate websites which I didnt use it for havent been hit and still sitting #1.