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Yahoo loves my backlinking, Google doesn´t

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Mike22, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. Mike22

    Mike22 Newbie

    Jan 8, 2010
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    Lately I got quite some of my sites de-listed in Google. And I´m fishing for the reasons and solutions.

    On the ´regular´ sites
    I´ve got some regular affiliate unique content sites that had a position for multiple keyords on the 2-4 page on Google. I started to generate some backlinks to it to improve the keywords´positions with the Lemonarian Linkwheel strategy some months ago, just before it appeared that Google is detecting these linkwheels backlinks where I probably fell victim of). After that these sites became delisted and have not surfaced yet. I tried to resurface them with generating some more backlinks (with the 1st and 2nd tier theory, linking directly from the 1st tier blog/art directories to the money sites and in the 2nd tier blogdirectories to the 1st tier blog/article URL´s) with Senuke and with Magic Sumitter without any success. Also I added some autocontent generating pulgins (WP Robot) to these sites, but also no success.

    Would the resolution here be to stop the autocontent generation and delete all the content that was generated with WP robot? This because I read something about the changed Google´s ´D-Day´ algoritm that penalizes long tail keywords without unique content.

    Auto-Content Sites
    I have got some 60 autocontent WP-Robot (so the theory that Google doesn´t like autocontent is not correct) sites of which 50% is listed on page 1-4 in Google and some 10% is on the first page without any backlinking. Now for one that generated OK revenue (adsense Amazon) that was on pos.15 in Google, I started to add unique content after 2 month, and it rose to pos.11. Then I started to do some backlinking with Magic Submitter and it got delisted now (maybe it´s in the google dance, but for all the above delisted sites, they have not resurfaced for the last 2 months). I submitted to 15 blogs and 15 article directories (1st tier, all linking to the money page, which is a deep page) , did approx 10 bookmarks over a period of 2 days. Was this too much with the 2 day timeframe? Should I add an extra protection layer (eg have an ezine article to receive all the backlinks that links with 1 link to my money page)?

    In Yahoo the listing improved with the backlinking, but that didin´t create any additional revenue where the lost positions in Google did hurt the revenue.

    What do you think could be the reasons for the delisting. Submitted in a too short timeframe? Autocontent on regular sites?

    I´m in the dark here and would love your ideas.

    thx, Mike
  2. bizroot

    bizroot Supreme Member

    Feb 25, 2008
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    In My Computer
    I am making more links then you make on daily basis, several times and my domains are ranking for their keywords from long time... Some time they see Google dance but they are improving ranking on regular basis... I use several keywords in anchor text ( keywords rotation)...

    I never use auto content and got no such content on my site... All copyscape passed content on my site so i don't have much experience with this kind of content... Although my believe is with unique content you got better chance of ranking...