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Wow you should read this thread at webmaster forum - google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ComputerEngineer, May 16, 2013.

  1. ComputerEngineer

    ComputerEngineer Senior Member

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    Didn't read all the replies, but I'd have to disagree.

    A penalized site just means changes need to be made. We've seen in the past that even large corporations get penalized. It's impractical and rather lazy to think you should give up your domain just because you are penalized.
     
  3. TrevorB

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    That nit wit is even trying to remove pinterest and stumbleupon links. :pat:
     
  4. kamaa

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    True, I also think penalized site is not the end
     
  5. TheLinkGuy

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    For some of us throwing away our brick and mortar domains is not possible.

    I had a very similar situation as this mate and I was able to get my penalty removed it takes hard work and patience. It doesnt sound like he did the process right which is why he continues to be denied.

    I had used linkdelete.com when I went through this process the first time and was able to get my penalty removed in a few months. Here is how I did it:
    1. Compiled a backlink report from linkdetox.com
    2. Analyzed the links that should be removed
    3. Signed up for linkdelete.com and had them generate a report
    4. Combined the report linkdelete gave me and the linkdetox report
    5. Let linkdelete work on the backlink removal

    **Important parts**

    After linkdelete gave me my final report I used their suggestions and supplied Google with their report and filed a reconsideration request. Mate, then I filed a disavow with the links that weren't removed.

    Google then denied me and I went through the same process several more times. Finally Google approved the reconsideration request.

    Just dont give up or if you are going to give up please give me your domains because you arent gonna use them anyways and I can get them to recovery.

    I have this down to a science now and am making bank with my clients and outsourcing the work as I described above. I been thinking about writing a post on this strategy. Maybe later :)
     
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    I have to disagree with this.

    Basically, by submitting a reconsideration request you are admitting to Google that you are violating their guidelines and did something wrong. In my opinion, by going this route, you are just red flagging yourself, your website in question and any other future projects.
     
  7. manny521

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    To me, it doesn't sound like the site he had was that legit...it sounded really spammy...having a page for not sure exactly how many cities, but it seemed like every city on earth as he mentioned a very large number of pages, like millions or something...and the content was spun really bad...and basically saying the exact same thing, over and over and over, just insert different city name...
     
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    That would be an outstanding post!...Look forward to readying it, but you gave a good basic outline here...
     
  9. manny521

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    Google already flagged him as the op received an unnatural link warning message in his GWT account...
     
  10. TheLinkGuy

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    thanks mate as soon as i get a bit more freetime i think ill write

    theres enough fish in the see for all of us and especially with my localized method
     
  11. venins

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    thanks for share
     
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    0_00_0 Senior Member

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    I've been having an impossible time getting my primary website back to its original positioning in Google. It is incredibly frustrating. I submitted a list of disavowed links a few weeks ago and it made absolutely zero difference.

    How long should I wait for the disavow list to take effect?

    I would love to see a guide from you TheLinkGuy - I am seriously considering just hiring someone to take a look and try to fix the problem. I tried using linkdetox (dot) com and it did not help in the slightest.
     
  13. gorang

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    These big corporations get manual penalties. A Panda penalty seems possible to be recovered but i've not see any evidence of 100% recovered site from penguin.