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Removed From Google Index Why?
By: Jase Dow
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    Two schools of thought. After clean-up, resubmit the site, or allow it to be found via linkage. Though Google states that there's no oversubmission penalty, most webmasters tend to be leary of such submission, allowing robots to find the site via linkages. I've never had a problem with resubmitting URLs that have dropped out for whatever reason. I take Google at their word that it's harmless, as long as its a manual resubmission for good reason (for example, page down when the crawler came through), not submission through a service or promotion program. One submission is enough. Either way, watch the site logs. If robots don't show up, it could well be a case of manual deletion and permanent ban.

    The site needs to be squeaky clean for the near term. The days of easy SEO are on hiatus. The old-fashioned methods (content for users, natural linking) are back. Iconocast has quite a backlog of goodwill links left. Those must be preserved and strengthened, while getting rid of harmful inbound linking.

    Again, there's no guarantee or certainty of getting back into the Google index. Same procedures, same wait and see.


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