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Old 09-07-2007, 12:20 AM
ALee ALee is offline
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Google stopped crawling my site!!


The last time they visited was August 15th, and I'm starting to get worried.

I checked AWstats and it doesn't show ANY of the referring search engines as google. Not only that, when I searched "<< a keyword>>" on google in the past, my site would be the first to come up. (My site is << removed for privacy >>)

Any reason why this would be happening? One reason I can think of is that some person or bot recently hacked into my website and installed some warez pages/programs or something and totally messed up the keywords for my website. I'm not sure if that damaged my situation beyond repair..

Is there anything I can do to repair my current situation w/ google? I still receive Yahoo/MSN bots daily. With google it has just been completely dead.

Thanks in advance!


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Old 09-07-2007, 12:56 AM
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Yup looks like you're delisted.

You won't get much help from Google but if you were hacked you can pretty safely assume that's why.

I have no idea how hard it is to get back on when kicked out, but my guess is it's not going to be easy once they've dumped you

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Old 09-08-2007, 11:48 AM
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Google bots never crawl like clockwork. Has your page rank been altered? Have you signed up to any link farms recently and how many links to your website do you have? If it is a low amount and they were removed it could have an affect but it's not too likely this would have happened.

Hopefully you will get crawled again soon and you will be right back up there in google. It's unlikely that getting your site hacked would damage your position for the phrase wishgiving as that is your url address and that should be more than enough to get you on the first page.

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Old 09-10-2007, 07:31 AM
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may be if you use robot.txt or metatags... and you need to add your url to google (http://www.google.com/addurl/) every month...

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Old 09-10-2007, 08:53 AM
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The cure is pretty simple. Start a blog on a topic that is related to your site's topic. The niche for the blog topic you could find by utilizing the Micro niche finder software. When you search fro a niche by typing the keywords you get a results page displayed with the daily google searches for each keyword. This soft. helps you find a niche with a lot of people interested in it but with no competition. For a couple of month I assure you that you will be on the top of the serps for that topic. Trust me I have done it!

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