If your website gets de-indexed

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If your website gets de-indexed from google, where you type in your websites url and it doesn't show up in google in qoutes, do you keep posting Or do you move on to building a new website?
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    Do you know why it was removed? Usually you can clean up whatever the reason was that caused it to be removed then submit a Reconsideration Request and they'll take another look at it. It can take several weeks to a few months for the process to run its course, but if you have a lot of time or content or money invested into the site it may well be worth it.
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    • Profile picture of the author socomplete
      It is a newer blog that I registered 2 days ago so I guess it will be a while before google picks it up.
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      • Profile picture of the author PatriciaJ
        Let google know you are there. Submit an XML sitemap for your blog and also add your domain to Google analytics.
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      • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
        Originally Posted by socomplete View Post

        It is a newer blog that I registered 2 days ago so I guess it will be a while before google picks it up.
        Sorry, I didn't mean to laugh. Two days! Give it some time, you don't have any problems. You need to wait days with some search engines, weeks with others, and months with some. You can help yourself by creating links to your site on other popular sites. Google will find it faster that way. Visit some popular blogs and leave the owner a nice comment and include your URL. Get your link in your signature file in a few popular forums (like you did here, Google visits here several times a day), do some social bookmarking and article writing. It will get picked up quickly if you that.

        On another note, I find it a little curious that your site is about making money with Adsense when you don't seem to know much about how Google works.
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  • Profile picture of the author williamrs
    2 days is a little time, be patient. Generate some backlinks and try to ping it.
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  • Profile picture of the author theunknownthem
    My website has been up 9 days, have done some linking, and it still doesn't show up. I still need to write a better sales letter for it though.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daniel Brock
      This actually happens a lot.

      It is because the rest of the datacenters havent indexed it yet. It will fix itself with time.

      Don't freak out !
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Morgan
        There is a big difference between "de-indexed" and "not yet indexed". Give it time. You can use the google toolbar to see if you're actually banned, it will come up grey on the pagerank bar. (Last time I knew, not 100% sure if it's still that way).
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  • Profile picture of the author brchap
    I've had several sites indexed, and then "de-indexed" after a few days. It wasn't really de-indexed, though. Just what Daniel said, it was just a propagation issue I think.

    The best thing you can do to get your website off to a good start is to build some backlinks. But, not just one kind of backlink. Do a little bit of everything: Do some blog commenting on both no-follow and do-follow blogs, write some articles, create some forum signatures, register your site in some free web directories, create some links from Web 2.0 accounts, post some hubs on Hubpages, or a lens or two on Squidoo.

    The key is to make it look natural and varied. I have even had some good luck in creating a free e-book or report, and then listing the free download in the various places on the web where you can list free stuff.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Morgan
      Originally Posted by brchap View Post

      The best thing you can do to get your website off to a good start is to build some backlinks. But, not just one kind of backlink. Do a little bit of everything: Do some blog commenting on both no-follow and do-follow blogs, write some articles, create some forum signatures, register your site in some free web directories, create some links from Web 2.0 accounts, post some hubs on Hubpages, or a lens or two on Squidoo.

      The key is to make it look natural and varied.
      This is very solid advice, and a really good point to bring up. If you go full force with just one type of backlink strategy it won't work. The more natural it is, the better. I've seen people pour a lot of money into a certain type of backlinks, and had slow results because that's all they did.

      On most of my projects, I do:


      Directories
      Social Media Sites (to individual pages)
      Article Marketing
      Angela's links

      And with this kind of variety, nearly all of my projects do well. It really is about appearing natural, the best SEO looks like it never happened.
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  • Profile picture of the author Emily Meeks
    Indexing takes time, I wouldn't sweat it too much.

    If I were you I'd find multiple streams of traffic anyway, i.e. Twitter, list-building, etc. etc. etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohamed_Mnafeg
    change the meta tag of your website
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  • Profile picture of the author Deeps2365
    go to Google webmaster tools and click on 're-register' website

    they will crawl your site again

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