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Yahoo! Answers deindexed after SEnuke blast

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gigalord, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. gigalord

    gigalord Newbie

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    A few days ago I started to experiment with ranking Yahoo! Answers properties for low competition keywords. 1 day after setting up my first property, I blasted it with a SEnuke campaign, and today I found it completely deindexed in Google. I used a big variety of anchor texts with half of them being just the url itself. I also bought social signals for it. I've never had any of my own websites deindexed (although I haven't used such aggressive backlinking on any of them), so this is pretty new to me, especially that the property is part of a huge authority website (of which fact I tried to take advantage of).
    Is there any chance to bring the property back into the SERPs?
     
  2. saber210

    saber210 Supreme Member

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    wait few days, might be dancing.
     
  3. Mnet17

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    What kind of SE Nuke X strategy are you using? Having so many backlinks overnight created might cause the indexation. In addition, what its rank before you blast it with SE Nuke. Is it at page 3 or 4?
     
  4. mikie46

    mikie46 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Could this just be a co incidence? I dont really see anything that you did that would warrant a deindex like that.
     
  5. gigalord

    gigalord Newbie

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    I used the Full Monty template, but without Indexer modules so that the links don't get indexed all at once. The property was nowhere to be found for the main keyword, but ranked on second page for 2 secondary kw's.
    I thought about building some high PR backlinks from relevant blog comments. Would this be a waste of time now?
     
  6. gigalord

    gigalord Newbie

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    Can Google actually deindex a site when doing its "dancing"? I've had sites quickly lose in rankings, and then come back again, but not deindexed completely.
     
  7. hpv222

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    Since you haven't pinged the links, in just a day Google has most likely found only a handful of them, so SE Nuke is not what caused the answer to get de-indexed. I have blasted answers way more aggressively and the results are almost always good ;)