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What is going on?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Procode, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. Procode

    Procode Newbie

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    I have an autoblog, well 100 autoblogs under one domain, each has a subdomain name. I've been climbing in the number of pages indexed for the past few months. All of a sudden in the past 2 weeks the number of pages indexed dropped dramatically from over 6,000 to now a lil over 3,000. I have no idea what happened... What can I do?
     
  2. housemusic

    housemusic Regular Member

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    hi. honestly i dont know, maybe if you post under the autoblogging section someone will answer your questions more fast.

    i think whats happen is that there are a lot of engineers on google that work to avoid indexing autoblogs.
     
  3. dragonlube

    dragonlube Regular Member

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    could be a duplicate content issue, especially since they are all under the same domain
     
  4. Procode

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    I know of an exact same site, that works in the exact same way, so I don't understand and it's doing fine.
     
  5. craigslistguy

    craigslistguy Regular Member

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    a sub domain makes it seem like a "brand new site"

    Sometimes, when using seoquake anyway, some days it will have all my pages indexed, sometimes it doesnt..

    I believe the is something like the google dance, just on the page level.

    If 3k pages stay deindexed for a week or more, it would be a cause for concern..