Google shut me off entirely

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So I have been doing some searches on Google and Google News, with the setting for 100 results. I have Moz Bar and SEOquake running. I tried to turn them off, deactivate them but they still show up. I removed them entirely but they still show up. Now I can't do a simple search without getting a We are Sorry,
... but your computer or network may be sending automated queries. To protect our users, we can't process your request right now.
See Google Help for more information.

The capture has been showing up for a while, but now they shut me down entirely it looks like.

What the hell am I gonna do? I tried another browser but Chrome just doesn't give me any results at all, or an error message, it just sites there with a blank page.

Looks like I am screwed for a while. Do I have to use Yahoo? It doesn't work it seems. I am using special search strings to get results from Linkedin. Now what the hell? I sent the message to Google, but I dont' expect them to reply any time soon.
#google #shut
  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    GIve it an hour and then try again. Start using a VPN if you are doing a lot of queries.
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  • Profile picture of the author timpears
    I even tried to change proxy and that didn't help. But why in hell is SEOquake ans the Mozbar still running when I deleted them? This is frustrating as after I let it sit for a while and it hopefully comes back, it will go out again after a short time.

    Bing don't work either.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    If you have DSL, reset your modem & you'll be up & running in less than 2 minutes.

    In this order:
    1. Unplug the power/phone/ethernet cables from the modem.
    2. Press & hold the small reset button for 1 minute on the back of the modem.
    3. Close all browser windows.
    4. Run CCleaner to clear browser history/cache
    5. If your running Chrome manually clear the browser history from the browser settings.
    6. Connect the modem power/phone/ethernet cables.
    7. Done.
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  • Clear cache and cookies using CCleaner.
    Reset your pc, change you IP and you are ready to go.
    And no, Google is not going to reply you.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOWizard417
    Last poster said it best. Clear all cache and cookies, the ban is by IP so change that and you should be good to go.

    Will be an ongoing problem if you don't invest in some proxies or VPN.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      If resetting the modem does not help, you most likely got some virus.

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  • Profile picture of the author agsllc
    Yes but unfortunately if you have cable you can't change your IP so easily. If I were you I wouldn't be marketing at all with your home IP, you need to get yourself as already suggested a VPN or private proxies.
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  • Profile picture of the author netanel23
    Stop using those tools. They are overkill anyways. I hate when SEO buddies come over and they're all using SEO Quake. It'll ban your IP in a few minutes if you don't know what you are doing. If you continue to abuse your IP and get temporarily banned you'll end up getting banned for a few days.

    Let your IP cool down, go to bed and you should have access again tomorrow. In the meantime uninstall all of the auto-query SEO toolbars. They are unnecessary. Use scrapebox for that.
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    • Profile picture of the author timpears
      Originally Posted by netanel23 View Post

      Stop using those tools. They are overkill anyways. I hate when SEO buddies come over and they're all using SEO Quake. It'll ban your IP in a few minutes if you don't know what you are doing. If you continue to abuse your IP and get temporarily banned you'll end up getting banned for a few days.

      Let your IP cool down, go to bed and you should have access again tomorrow. In the meantime uninstall all of the auto-query SEO toolbars. They are unnecessary. Use scrapebox for that.
      Use Scrapebox? How do you do that? I pretty much gave up on Scrapebox as I found it pretty useless for getting links. That is why I bought it. I have not used it in years, other than to scrape some proxies once in a while.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by netanel23 View Post

      Let your IP cool down, go to bed and you should have access again tomorrow.
      Lol, at that rate it will take a lifetime to do anything.

      Reset the modem/IP & be done with it, 2 minutes max. of effort.
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