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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...
  • Why's My Sites...
  • Whether this was...
  • Old Link Exchanges...
  • Looking Ahead...
  • The only bright...
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    Removed From Google Index Why? - Old Link Exchanges...

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    Old Link Exchanges

    Pages stored in the Internet Archive may indicate the site was once involved in some questionable link exchanges.

    Duplicate Content

    All duplicate pages should be eliminated. Link just one page consistently.

    Now, once all these changes have been made, what to do. You can, of course, try writing "We do not make any guarantees about if or when we will re-include your site."

    Webmaster Guidelines | Not Listed

    I personally know of only 4 sites that have been re-included after manual removal. In each case, the site was crawled regularly, but was not included in the index for over six months. I don't know the specific reason for this, of course, but I would imagine it might be some sort of a testing period. How strong is a webmaster's resolve to walk the straight and narrow, despite lack of indexing.

    So, assuming best case, you might be looking at six months or more before your sites are re-included in the index. Once delisted, I also imagine such sites must stay squeaky clean. An SE might forgive once, but seldom twice.

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