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Thread: Page Reported & Deindexed?

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    It's very common for new web pages to be highly ranked in Google as soon as they get indexed, and then they get de-indexed shortly thereafter, only to reappear days or weeks later. This is nothing to worry about. As long as you don't build links too quickly and/or publish dupe content, the pages (or in your case, the one page) will come back, and the rankings should fluctuate less (except if you have a really competitive keyword phrase, which you do not in this case).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MI5 View Post
    It's very common for new web pages to be highly ranked in Google as soon as they get indexed, and then they get de-indexed shortly thereafter, only to reappear days or weeks later. This is nothing to worry about. As long as you don't build links too quickly and/or publish dupe content, the pages (or in your case, the one page) will come back, and the rankings should fluctuate less (except if you have a really competitive keyword phrase, which you do not in this case).
    In addition to data centers in flux, the fresh content boost is another reason that pages pop and drop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    I wouldn't be so sure about that.
    Will.Spencer had a political blog that was trashed by Google.

    Google can really do whatever they want.
    I just thought that maybe they penalized pages that were made specifically to test things about search engines and SEO.
    It's always possible that Google could make an adjustment to the algo caused by an seo contest or give a penalty. But I don't believe that they would be bothered. There isn't any money is the search term and probably very little search volume.

    Btw, you are back at #1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogart View Post
    The explanation is that Google has hundreds of datacenters and multiple indexes. So the results vary depending on what datacenter and index you hit while searching.
    This is most likely the best explanation. Datacenters no longer synchronize like they once did.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote." -- Benjamin Franklin


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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    This is most likely the best explanation. Datacenters no longer synchronize like they once did.
    When the results come and go, the datacenters no synchronize is usually the cause.

    The fresh content boost can also cause this as well.

    But with Google you never know. Even a slight adjustment in the algo can cause sites to disappear.

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    Google claims to make 400 changes per year to their ranking algorithms.

    Remember this: "The only thing consistent about Google is their inconsistency."
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    Quote Originally Posted by TopDogger View Post
    Google claims to make 400 changes per year to their ranking algorithms.

    Remember this: "The only thing consistent about Google is their inconsistency."
    So basically every day Google makes some change to the algorithm.

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    This is nothing unusual...

    Google frequently indexes pages they find when crawling sites thinking it might be something of interest and then de-indexes them days later because no one is searching for the phrase that the page appears to be about. Then often times Google will re-index it again later when they find other sites linking to the page.

    This phenonemon happens all the time and has nothing to do with someone reporting you. Google doesn't have a problem with "experiments" as long as they are not violating Google Webmaster Guidelines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    Keyword Page Experts – Experiment | Running Online Business

    I was using that page as an experiment to rank first for 'Keyword Page Experts' and in a matter of hours after it's creation it was ranked number one. I just checked on it now and it's no longer indexed. I can't find it anywhere in Google. Now, sometimes I notice my new posts appear in Google - disappear - then come back and it was as though nothing had happened. However, I suspected that someone (here at NetBuilders?) reported my blog post to Google and it was deindexed.

    I have nothing to really support this claim other than my 'gut feeling.' So, if someone would report a post like that, which is a self-titled 'experiment,' is it likely that Google would remove it? And if they did, would they leave any trace? Because I see nothing in my Google Webmaster Panel.

    So what do you think happened?
    Reported and deindexed? Or nothing to worry about?

    Thanks.
    I think you are just being paranoid :d. Most likely Google will need over few weeks before it drop your page after page is reported. If post and blog are both fresh, then I think its a common thing to happen with it on Google.

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