Discussion in 'Blogging' started by maxken75, Feb 17, 2010.
My niche website today with one keyword was on first page now i don't found
Do an IndexOf search in google and see if it appears. If not it might have been removed by Google.
if i digit my domain there is but now not is in first page like yesterday why?
It's not really possible to say why that happened without knowing more.
Have you done anything to the site lately? Made any significant changes? Or even made some small change?
Have you lost any significant backlink or backlinks? If you don't know, maybe you can check.
Sometimes this happens for reasons that are known only to goog and your site may pop back into the number one spot again in a day or two.
I have a site that ranks number one for a particular keyword and has done so without fail for three years. A couple of weeks ago it totally disappeared from the serps for that keyword. Twenty four hours later it was back.
I don't make nothing because when i finish one website i work only for backlinks. Maybe can be penalized for duped content? but i use Syncontent my posts are spinned only my terms and the contact us not are spinned.
It happens to me all the time, eventually they end up coming back usually better or just below. I find high PR links tend to fix problems like that.
Which strategies i must do to get high PR Backlinks? i use scrapebox but for me don't works i believe because i don't see the results. I think that if i make my job without any software is better.
Don´t worry about it! You just started some Linkbuilding right now? I do have a new Blog and it´s dancing like Tiger Woods gettin pranked by his girls!
Google Dance is the answer, i think.
Yeah don't sweat it fella, if you're building new links then Google does seem to make your site dance in its listings. Why it does it is anyones guess.
Googles REAL reason could be:
"Hey why not, we're Google n we'll do what we want. You want good rankings and
we can give them to you but we got you by the short and curlys so work for it".
Ok, so Google may word it differently but you get the idea.
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