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Removed From Google Index Why?
By: Jase Dow
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  • Removed From Google Index Why?
  • Don't participate in...
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  • Whether this was...
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    Among other indicators, factors which might prompt discovery of crosslinkage could be:

    Same content verbatim
    Same cookie structure
    Javascript function names
    Linked CSS and JS files
    CSS class names
    Same contact information posted on websites
    Common name servers
    Same/similar images and/or graphics theme
    Site hosted on same IP/block
    Whois information matching
    Alexa contact information matching
    Interlinking of domains
    Common backlinks (indirect crosslinking)
    Same credit card used for anything
    Login from same IP to separate accounts
    Residual cookies from past logins
    Similar file names or linking/directory structures
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    It used to be considered relatively safe to have as many inbound links as possible. Regardless of source. Over the course of this year, that assumption has spawned link purchase, and hidden crosslinking. Nowsites must also be very careful about inbound links. The crosslinked and purchased links networks have been devalued. Sites linking to those types of networks have reported decreasing traffic, and finally,over the past month or so, a number of such sites have been completely dropped from the index.

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