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Will Google ever restore a de-indexed site?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ScrapeBoss, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. ScrapeBoss

    ScrapeBoss Elite Member Premium Member

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    About a year ago, I had a site making about $1,000 per month. But the site was de-indexed. No reason was given for the deindex but I still think it was de-indexed because I tried to install some web traffic tracking codes to monitor visitors.

    I removed the codes and tried to respond through Google webmasters but up till now, the site is still yet to come up again in goole index. I have done all kinds of tactics to get the site indexed again but nothing has happened.

    The traffic coming from Yahoo and Bing is bringing peanuts. Now, the domain is now to be renewed. What should I do? Anybody with opinion?
     
  2. bhw123

    bhw123 Registered Member

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    install some web traffic tracking codes to monitor visitors? just coincidence?:confused:

    One of my sites de indexed too today, I have no clue what is wrong, but yesterday I installed wp clickmap plugin and clickheat to monitor visitor clicks, just coincidence?:confused:

    I also get a message in google webmaster center, it says something like This site may be in violation of Google's quality guidelines.:confused:

    Only a few dollars, I suggest you to renew the domain.
     
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  3. Glass23

    Glass23 BANNED BANNED

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    I have had a couple de indexed and managed to get them back in.

    Both by Google and MSN.

    I just kept hasseling them, keep sending report, any customer service lines and departments, send to every contact form they have and just keep going.
     
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  4. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    Buy it under a new name and then change the hosting IP -

    Change the content(if you can) and then ask big G to reconsider............Worked for me before but that a couple of years ago
     
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    I think it could be restore. I have ever read extrawinner service about this case on this forum. but i don't know how he do that.
     
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    Fwiffo Power Member

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    while I don't personally trust anything that comes out of the "horse's mouth" I found that this video taught me a lot on the internal process of deindexing

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    http://www.youtube.com/user/GoogleWebmasterHelp#p/u/21/ES01L4xjSXE
    hope it helps
     
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  7. ScrapeBoss

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    Hey guys. Thanks for your replies. I really appreciate it
     
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    ScrapeBoss Elite Member Premium Member

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    Please, which links were you using to send the reports? What kind of reports?

    What type of customer service lines?

     
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    ScrapeBoss Elite Member Premium Member

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    I have asked big G to reconsider several times. They removed the link saying "this site may be in violation ......" and I thought everything was alright. Nothing

    I thought of putting it under a new IP. In fact, I am now building a new set of 100 sites on different dedicated IP's (10 sites per IP) and I have thought of including the de-indexed site. However, I am afraid the site could corrupt the other sites on the same dedicated IP.

     
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    Just ever single contact forum they have, no matter what it is.

    Gmail, Search, all the services, adwords just contact them all.
     
  11. ScrapeBoss

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    I have watched this video before. I really hope something would be done in the next few days before it expires. I have sent another request for reconsideration.

     
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    Wow, is it against the ToS to track your site's traffic, or did I misunderstand something?

    Is it safe to install Statcounter on my sites?
     
  13. -Jericho-

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    Same thing happened to me on a site that I was making several thousand dollars a month from. I tried 301 redirecting it to a new domain twice and just got those sites deindexed too. There was nothing about the site that should've gotten it deindexed. At least that I could figure out. Nothing in webmaster tools saying why. I changed IPs, servers, and domains with redirects and no matter what I did it just kept getting deindexed.

    You can try 301 redirecting it to a new domain. I'm 50/50 with my results. 1 good, 1 bad. Otherwise I would give up and move on.
     
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  14. gb123

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    they are a gastopo buy adwords they wont de index:cool:
     
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    Buy a new domain, put your content there, try to change it a little bit and make a 301, it worked fine for me once when a website was de indexed.
     
  16. sre94

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    No, they will just ban you from advertising with them at the drop of a hat