Just purchased a new domain.....just found out its was once deindexed?????

by blend
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Hi Guy's,

the domain i just purchased was available and what i belived was brand new on godaddy, so i purchased it?

Any how, after finally getting it indexed, the meta tag description on google is different to what i have on my this site. I then went over to waybackmachine and i noticed that it dates back to 2010?

For my keyword, (which isn't competitve) its know where to bee seen???

Do you think this domain was penazilzed that's why it was deindexed?
Anyone know if domain like these are dodgy, or its normal and can it be fixed. but how can you tell?

Thanks Guy's :confused:
#deindexed #domainjust #found #purchased
  • Profile picture of the author Adie
    Even if it was penalized before, you can easily rank it if you are doing good on SEO... Domain history should not be a problem.
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  • Profile picture of the author DerekGann
    I would recommend you to follow all guidelines provided by Google. If you do everything according to Google guideline, it will be okay soon.
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    I guess, it just seems a bit strange as it's know where in the serps, it been indexed for 7 days, has about 15 good backlinks and plenty of content? Never happended before?..
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  • Profile picture of the author Anders Eastgrove
    I had the same problem once. The domain refused to get indexed.

    The only thing that worked was using Google Webmaster Tools to prove I was the current owner and submit a request to re-include the site in the index. It took about a week and then Googlebot started visiting my site again. So use Google Webmaster Tools
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  • Profile picture of the author seotothecore
    I had the same problem once. The domain refused to get indexed.

    The only thing that worked was using Google Webmaster Tools to prove I was the current owner and submit a request to re-include the site in the index. It took about a week and then Googlebot started visiting my site again. So use Google Webmaster Tools
    I assume if you do this, all old links are reset, yes?
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