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    How NOT to buy a Google banned domain name

    Be careful when purchasing domain names from forums where the price just seems too good to be true. Often times, vendors will sell domains/websites after they have been banned by Google (for breach of terms, including falsifying page rank, participating in link farms, breaking Adsense terms of service, etc).

    You can easily validate the domain name you are considering purchasing hasn't been banned by visiting www.SelfSEO.com or www.IWebTool.com and entering in the domain name.


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    Hi,

    I used the iwebtool. All it does is site:www.yourdomain.com just because it is not indexed don't mean it banned. Or if it is don't give you details why or how long. When a site changes owners don't they reconsider that? I would think but not sure on this a banned LL.com or LLL.com might be cheap to get but also a good investment for the future. Or am I wrong.

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    i dont think there is something called banned domain , its an account that is banned ? if you change content of domain i dont think google will have a problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weirdnessme View Post
    i dont think there is something called banned domain , its an account that is banned ? if you change content of domain i dont think google will have a problem?
    Google ever banned JohnChow's website. His account wasn't banned, but his domain was banned instead. His content remained the same, so he kept being banned -- but suddenly something happened and now he's back in the Google listings

    Thanks for the post DCB!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    Google ever banned JohnChow's website. His account wasn't banned, but his domain was banned instead. His content remained the same, so he kept being banned -- but suddenly something happened and now he's back in the Google listings

    Thanks for the post DCB!
    Can you explain more what is that 'something' that happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DotComBum View Post
    Can you explain more what is that 'something' that happened?
    Can't find the actual reason, but here is an article about it: http://www.islandcrisis.net/2009/07/...oogle-results/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    Can't find the actual reason, but here is an article about it: JohnChow.com is back on Google Results

    Greetz!
    interesting

  8. Quote Originally Posted by DotComBum View Post
    Can you explain more what is that 'something' that happened?
    John had a telephone conversation with Matt Cutts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    John had a telephone conversation with Matt Cutts.
    What's his phone number? I need to have bunch of such conversations.

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