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Removed From Google Index Why?
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-01-22

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  • Removed From Google Index Why?
  • Don't participate in...
  • Why's My Sites...
  • Whether this was...
  • Old Link Exchanges...
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  • Two schools of...
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    The only bright news in the picture is that the site isn't being meta-hijacked, at least not under any of the keywords I've tried (your homepage META keywords list.) Google itself wouldn't encourage such a practice, and in fact will likely be glad to deal with any such offenders under the DMCA.

    Sources:

    Crosslink Detection
    www.webmasterworld.com/forum3/25568.htm

    Crosslinking Penalty
    www.webmasterworld.com/forum3/23890-2-10.htm

    Sandbox Effect
    www.promodo.com/web-site-promotion-articles-en/about-google-search-engine-promotion-tips_page1_seo60.html

    Innocent Interlinking of Sites
    www.webmasterworld.com/forum3/25564.htm

    A Statistical and Experimental Analysis of Google's Florida Update
    www.linksecrets.com/pub/florida-report.html

    Speculation About August Changes
    www.webmasterworld.com/forum3/25251.htm

    If the sites were dropped due to algorithm changes, then its possible that they'd come back after cleanup. However, their supporting network of links has, at the very least, been devalued. That alone will cause a change in PR, even if cleanup makes them eligible for reinclusion. Site owners report that in these cases, cleaned up sites have come back into the results in 2-3, to six months. Getting back to the top would take additional time, and new, unblemished linking.

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