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Hello everyone!

I've asked a couple "experts" about this issue and I don't even know if they had any clue, but I'm pretty sure it's straightforward for anyone clued up....

1. Had a Google Sites (old) hosted website and bought a new domain for it that was in use for several years
2. Finally switched hosting from Google Sites, but kept both the old website with the GS domain, and the new one on the new host but with the originally bought domain; most content the same on both sites
3. Organic traffic suffered a few months into the switch to the new host...

My dilemma: do I take down the Google Site website with the GS domain? Is it "competing" with the new site? Of course chronologically the old site content was added first, but the domain it pointed to had always been the same.

What might be going on?

Thanks for any help!
#newbie #question
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  • Profile picture of the author Muhammad Hasan
    basically they blocking there old content that are archive from such a time that is why they enrolling again there domains of those sites .
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    Did you changed your host or domain or both?
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  • Profile picture of the author Medon
    Most likely the content is archived so you need a developer to help you navigate your way out.
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