Having Problem with Sneaky Mobile Redirects Penalty by Google !

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I am having problem with Sneaky mobile redirects penalty by Google. As a result organic traffic from Google is stopped right now. I assumed it might be due to Pop under Ads. I removed them and submitted reconsideration file to Google. But got rejection. Then I removed all the banner ads from my site and again submitted reconsideration file to Google. But again got rejection. Then I shut down my site and redirected it to another my Tld with same name. Then again submitted reconsideration file to Google. But same thing happened again. I am now frustrated about my 4 years+ domain. I can't get rid of this penalty.

Can anyone tell me what actually happened or what should I do now ?

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
    Originally Posted by mahdi0907 View Post

    I am having problem with Sneaky mobile redirects penalty by Google. As a result organic traffic from Google is stopped right now. I assumed it might be due to Pop under Ads. I removed them and submitted reconsideration file to Google. But got rejection. Then I removed all the banner ads from my site and again submitted reconsideration file to Google. But again got rejection. Then I shut down my site and redirected it to another my Tld with same name. Then again submitted reconsideration file to Google. But same thing happened again. I am now frustrated about my 4 years+ domain. I can't get rid of this penalty.

    Can anyone tell me what actually happened or what should I do now ?

    Thanks


    My bet is you've just made the problem worse by doing yet another redirect.


    Maybe stop doing redirects.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Why would you redirect a penalized site? Answer: No reason.

    Why would you submit the target of the redirected penalized site? Are you a glutton for punishment? You would never have to ask for submission from google. It would naturally occur if you did it the right way.

    What one should have done, was taken the site offline. Do a server side redirect. That way, the domain is not live, nor online. Google would not know of any redirect.

    That way any traffic you might get from crumbs would at least be there.

    Then, spend the next 4 years working your butt off, and not trying to shmooze google.

    Oh and reading what google publishes, like their blogs. It's not a secret what they are doing.

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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Your re-direct just re-directed the penalty to the other site and now they are tied together.
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