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Web 2.0 site, indexed, next day gone?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bigfred, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    Ive set up an additional 6 web 2.0 sites ready to make a link wheel. Two of the sites got indexed after social bookmarking them. when I checked site:keyword.web20.com the site showed in teh serp.

    Today I have checked back and the two that were indexed dont appear now.

    Any ideas? Does this sound like theyve been sandboxed?
     
  2. amber0855

    amber0855 Junior Member

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    most likely... I wouldnt worry about it. Google bans are harder to get than most people think. Just build some more and in a little while, you should see you old sites come back

    I hit a autoblog with 100k links in xrumer on a fresh domain before it was even indexed. It sandboxed for a bit and then ranked highly.

    Honestly I think alot of the ban talk is scare tactics
     
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  3. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    gutted!

    out of the six sites I created, the two that have disappeared are the only ones I have put links on. I was going to finish off the links today.

    So that in mind, it does seem that Google has spotted something it didn't like.

    What is the chance that this is a temporary thing and they will appear back in a week or so? Or is this defo a sign of sandboxed?
     
  4. aReJay

    aReJay Power Member

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    I have been slapped by the google momster a couple of times. Your most likely to get into trouble for duplicant content and comment spam simultanously.

    ie. you reproduce your article several times across a number of web 2.0 sites, and follow it up with a xrumer/bdm/autopligg blast.
     
  5. GimmeMoney

    GimmeMoney Regular Member

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    Fraid it does mate, fraid it does. It's happened to me while building linkwheels too. The soultion was to use unique content on each property. Just spin your article a few times and you'll be fine.
     
  6. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    all the web 2.0 sites have unique content. All of them, not just the two that disappeared
     
  7. bigfred

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    oooooo, one has just come back. Its now showing. Weird.

    I think the only thing I did different with the site thats still not showing is that I pinged it and submitted the RSS feed on teh same day I added the links to it. I wonder if that caused the problem
     
  8. bigfred

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    anyone think RSS submitting is necessary?
     
  9. khan0

    khan0 Registered Member

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    It was probably never indexed in the first place, just sandboxed. Happens to me all the time, search this forum for "sandbox" to read more.
     
  10. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    it did show up when i did the site: search. pissed off its disappeared as Ive done nothing dodgy. unless the rss submit isn't liked
     
  11. capflam

    capflam Junior Member

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    Google is full of shit for about a month, started about a year ago. You better go blackhat entirely and you get a better chance to make money, going by the rules doesnt pay with Google anymore.
     
  12. bijikpalir

    bijikpalir Regular Member

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    That why I put 10 properties which 4 of them are spare. If one the properties were broken(de-indexed) then I will immediately change it to another one. Usually within the weeks the properties will show back again and I think it just some change it Google algorithm to determine which one is the most authority site among the properties.
     
  13. catchme

    catchme Regular Member

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    You can get caught doing link schemes easily if the domain
    got no age,
    got no backlinks,
    got no pr,
    got none of the factors for authority.