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Thread: longest site ban ever?

  1. i won't actually expect my site to appear later after being banned. i'd get another domian and upload the database there.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by DickTracy View Post
    Is this a record? has anyone seen a site lost for MORE than two years and suddenly reappear?
    Buying and Selling on eBay has been penalized since at least 2007.

    I've let a few domains drop recently after numerous Reconsideration Requests yielded no results.
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  3. i think once your site is banned...search engine wont lift the punishment anymore....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruben View Post
    wow I will avoid directory submission services from now on
    You can avoid the service. But directory submission is one of the most effective way to do seo. you should always track on your submission. Also track on the effect of your web page. Don't do a huge submission in sort time like 2000 in 2 days. Try it like 50 to 100 each day. It will work. When you see that you don't need more submission then stop it. That's it.

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    This thread is old. So, you should always consider that the Google algorithm is constantly changing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    Buying and Selling on eBay has been penalized since at least 2007.

    I've let a few domains drop recently after numerous Reconsideration Requests yielded no results.
    I wonder if it had anything to do with the two dashes is the domain name that could have triggered a penalty.

    Quote Originally Posted by DickTracy View Post
    Aziz,

    The suggestion is that if you get too many links too quickly all with the same anchor text, that can give google the idea that the links weren't gained naturally - because in the 'real world' most people would use different anchor text when they link to your site.

    So your site can get penalised as a result.
    I don't think that free directory submissions will get you a penalty. At one point in time getting too many links too fast with the same anchor text could trigger a SEO filter which is different than a penalty.

    I'm more inclined to believe that the free directory links are largely ignored. Perhaps there's some benefit on the anchor text especially when you can get deep links to the pages on the site.

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