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What's Up With Google Lately?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Robby54, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    I just don't get it.. I purchased 2 domains (aged domains) with a PR of 3+ and it still not being updated in googles index no matter how many time I ping them. I have not put any content on one of the site but the other site has 500 words of unique unspun content. Both sites are on separate servers with different ip's. I even sent the site/post to lindexed to force google to recrawl the page and it's still showing me this generic godaddy parking page.

    I had another site penalized by google because of the anchor text repetition so I purchased a new domain and wen't ahead and did a 301. A week passed and it seems like google only indexed the inner pages and not the homepage. So I tossed that domain, purchased another fresh domain WITHOUT the 301 and transferred the content and yet it's doing the same thing all over again despite the fact no 301 is being done.

    Could anyone give me some insight on WTH is google doing? Did something change after penuin/panda that I am not aware of?
     
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    seo-addict Regular Member

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    "no matter how many time I ping them"...

    No need to ping them at all. At most, do a few social bookmarks to get the new site indexed.

    Make sure to also check your content with copyscape, or manually copy a few sentences into
    Google to see if any scrapers have stolen it as well.

    If your content has lost the "freshness" factor, the algorithm has no (urgent) reason to index it.
     
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  3. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Thanks for the reply. Yea, I had a feeling this might have been the case so what I did was completely change the site on my old domain and added a generic page with; " <meta name="robots" content="noindex" />" so that google would not think that I have 2 duplicate websites.

    I also created a webmaster tool account for the old site and manually removed all the pages/cached pages.
     
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    axedbydax Power Member

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    "I even sent the site/post to lindexed to force google to recrawl the page and it's still showing me this generic godaddy parking page." <--- try bookmarking it via stubleupon or digg...it usually takes me a day to be crawled...also, did you make sure you've setup your nameservers properly? when you go to your site (http://yoursite.tld), are you seeing your site loading OK?
     
  5. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Thanks, will try and see what happens... Yes the name servers are all correct and the site seems to be loading fine without on my end.

    I do have a feeling that its simply google taking its time to update the website, I just recalled last month where one of my sites took several week before google would finally show the changes.. IDK why it takes so long though.. Last year in 2011 I use to see my changes within 24-48h.. IDK maybe it was due to the amount of traffic the sites that I had at the time were getting.

    I just made this thread to see if I was the only experiencing these type wait times..:confused:

    Is anyone else experiencing this?
     
  6. zengetsu

    zengetsu Regular Member

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    Ya I would say you just need some social networking/bookmarking to help improve your results. Unique and fresh content is something that seems to be more and more of a problem if you don't have it (since Panda/Penguin).
     
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    Happens. I have had such times when inner posts are indexed and the homepage lags behind. Solution = bookmarks/retweets/repins these days.

    Or if you can, get a fiverr gig on the domain. But please dont buy the 1000000 link pyramid gigs, instead go for the smaller ones like 100-200 bookmarks, etc.
     
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    tedchang8592 Regular Member

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    same situations here, i bought pr 4 domain and try to get it indexed, but whatever i did, g+ like twitter, high pr backlinks or anything eles, gg didn't give a sh!t.
     
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    same here....I can't figure out why it happen...
     
  10. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Can you tell me how long have you been trying to get you domain indexed?

    The thing is my domain is already indexed but it seems google dose not want to crawl it. Ill just give it more time but if google did not like the domain I don't think it would keep it in its index.
     
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    Thanks, ill try that and see how it goes.
     
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    IMO the best way to index links on Google has always been bookmarks. I have never seen Bookmarks hurt a site, even a thousand thrown at a day old site would cause a "negative".
     
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    If using GWT dont change the crawl rate..
     
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    Just use google plus to index the domain and in few hours you should be balling
     
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    Robby54 Regular Member

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    Do you guys think that there's a possibility that google might see my site as duplicate and just simply refuse to index it since I did not 301 it (I already took it down and requested google not to index my old site already)?
     
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