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What to do with a PR3 domain just got de-indexed?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by weBay, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. weBay

    weBay Senior Member

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    Hi,

    One of my PR3 domains just got de-indexed for being part of the ALN blog network.

    What are my options now?

    Sell it?
    Put new content on it and ask google to re index it?

    What would you do?

    weBay
     
  2. Pb.com

    Pb.com Registered Member

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    cry... srsly
     
  3. Kikerinka

    Kikerinka Senior Member

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    It's not a big deal... Just buy another domain and forget about this one. It's simply a part of the game - many ALN domain are deindexed...
     
  4. randolph60

    randolph60 Junior Member

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    If the Backlinks are the reason why it was deindexed, there no need for new content.

    I've had the same problem and so i registered a new domain name. Two weeks later it was back on it's old possition. I also changed the WP Theme.
     
  5. jamesvick

    jamesvick Senior Member

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    301 redirect on a new domain. A domain getting de-indexed does not mean and the links have been de-valued. Try 301 on a web2.0 if you are unsure about it and see if the rankings change (for a very small competition).