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Traffic Just Disappeared

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by urbantechware, May 3, 2011.

  1. urbantechware

    urbantechware Registered Member

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    :eek: My site is deindex. How the hell does that happen:confused: I was just starting to make a grand a month for the first time. Does anybody know what is happening. I have not changed anything, nor did I do anything. Thsi past Sunday I did some backlinking thinking it would help the traffic but now, MY SITE HAS TOTALLY DISAPPEARED. I'm freaking. What would make google deindex my site? HELP!!!!
     
  2. Santini

    Santini Junior Member

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    How are you monetizing the site? If it's adsnse you may have triggered a manual review. Is your content good and unique? I have heard of many people that get dropped from the SERPS once they hit 1k a month.
     
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    How did you do "backlinking"? Was it ScrapeBox or something else?
     
  4. urbantechware

    urbantechware Registered Member

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    By the way, my site is strickly adsense. Ok, so you think big G maybe doing an manual review? I went to the G webmaster forum and I see alot of people experiencing the same thing. Some sites have been de-indexed after 5 years. What kinda frackanacle bull is that? Has G made some changes to algorithm? I did some backlinks using a tool over at the ImTalk forum. He mentioned on the site that my site might disappear for about a day bur my site is De-indexed. The more I research the more I see how critical this is. I am not using any blackhat methods. I do use a autoblog plugin but, I can't see how that got my site de-indexed. There are millions of sites using same plugin with no problem

    In the past week or two, has, this happened to anyone else?
     
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  5. pokerente

    pokerente Regular Member

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    Cool down, mate. If it's based on adsense you're getting into a manual review and your website should be back within 2-6 weeks. Seen it many times, quite normal.
    Again, don't worry too much and keep on building backlinks.
     
  6. SeRf*X

    SeRf*X Registered Member

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    it is a temporary deindex ...cos u just did new backlinking, will come back in a few days time or maybe a week
     
  7. urbantechware

    urbantechware Registered Member

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    OK, i will try to tap my inner Buddah. I hope you guys are right. I just started making some decent money so, to have it snatched like that is stroking me out.
     
  8. markm32172

    markm32172 BANNED BANNED

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    I guess there might be some content problem.You should recheck the content and keep building backlinks.
     
  9. lizawwt

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    What do you mean with disappeared? no result in serps for site:domain.com or dropped in rank?
     
  10. urbantechware

    urbantechware Registered Member

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    Yeah the site:yourdomain.com shows nothing. I got...got!
     
  11. lisasmithz

    lisasmithz Newbie

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    Google is updating... wait for a couple of weeks.. I think
     
  12. neo3187

    neo3187 Senior Member

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    sorry but it wont come back, submit a reconsideration request
     
  13. M1ndfluX

    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    Updating? You think? jeez...
     
  14. lisasmithz

    lisasmithz Newbie

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    backup the site, change the domain and start afresh
     
  15. creztor

    creztor Power Member

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    So you did do something? Anyway, it will take 3 - 6 months. Just clean your site up, stop doing what you were doing and hope.
     
  16. lisasmithz

    lisasmithz Newbie

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    agree with Creztor
     
  17. ashutosh86

    ashutosh86 Newbie

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    Thanks for sharing. I am new user
     
  18. dat1857

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    I experienced the same thing on 2 sites I had. They were both relatively new. All was going well, moving up in the SERPS. They were affiliate sites, with 100% pure quality content.

    I ordered some backling packages, all of which were to be done manually.

    I continued to see them move up and then BAMB!

    No where to be found! It's been 2 weeks, and they are still not showing up!

    Really disheartening, lots of work, try to provide true quality, and then they disappear. I thought maybe the G dance, but nornally your site is back within a week or so... mine still not appearing... :(
     
  19. etern1ty

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    Does all this have to do with the Panda update?

    It just feels like all this auto blogging and backlinking stuff is not good for the long term. I'm new to this sort of thing and was hoping to do this myself but because of all these issues, I'm wondering if going strictly white hat would be best.

    Then again, maybe building 500 autoblogs across all imagineable niches and staying away from AdSense altogether, but going for aff or other CPA networks would be key.
     
  20. urbantechware

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    It's been 5 days so far and the site is not back. It still gets a few hits but site:mydomain.com shows nothing. I'm putting the site on a bunch of other search engines and I will try some cheap ppc to see what happens. I don't know about more backlinks. There seems to be a direct correlation with the last bunch of backlinks I did via tool at a nameless forum:eek: A grand and my site just disappreared.