Google SERPs experiment shows amazing results
Can we take a banned site - No pages indexed in google, yahoo or live and can we give it life and PR rank? That is what is being attempted over at www.omg-1-com and the big question is can it be done? Google, Yahoo and MSN Live are such big players in providing traffic the question is can a website survive if the big engines have banned it? Many sites get banned and even some deserve it. Yet there are many sites who receive a penalty or even a banning and they just dont know why. Most just receive a penalty and that means their site is still in the index but just not ranking well. The site owner just needs to seach for his url and if it is found you are not banned. If you cannot even find your url, well simply put "you're out!" But don't fret as there are ways to get back in, but first you have to appologise to the big G and others and file a reinclusion request.
But first I would remove the tactics that got you banned in the first place, remove your hidden text and keyword stuffing. Back to the experiment A ten point plan has been placed in effect and it involves the basics like good hosting, good SEO in title and description with good keyword density etc. The big news here is the link building! The plan is that numbers of links will force the engines to take note of the banned domain and push it back into the indexes. Here are the ten steps: 19 September 2007 - 1. http://www.
omg-1-com/ taken off domain parking and hosted at dreamhost-com 2. Site built and Sitemap created and uploaded to google webmaster tools 3. http://www.omg-1-com Creation Date: 01-feb-2007 | 0 links in Google, Yahoo or Live. | 0 indexed pages in Google, Yahoo or Live. 4. As you can see no pages are indexed in any of the search engines. It is a banned domain! 5. Reinclusion request made to google. 6.
Write a title and description. TITLE: That is only 10c for a permanent link pointing to your website! DESCRIPTION: We will hand submit YOUR Website into 2000 FREE DIRECTORIES with multiple anchor text in both the title and the description for $200 US. 7. Add URL Google | Add URL Yahoo | Add URL MSN Live 8. Add some small blended adsense blocks. 9. Place this information into Website Submitter and start submitting. 10. Be patient! Expectation? We would like to see the site indexed and in all engines by 19 Nov 2007 | December at latest! Summary The most interesting point to check back on is the results of the Website Directory Submission Experiment because the number of indexed pages and numbers of backlinks for the site are fully presented on the site and could be a real testimonial for this type of directory marketing. Another amazing part of this approach is that it can be done free using all the free website directories.
You just need to semi-automate the process a little. Well good luck with your website SEO development A Banned Site Re-indexed By Google and MSN Live within 24 hours - EASY! So it seems it is possible and over at http://www.omg-1-com the experiment is proving itself. The question was 'Can we take a banned site - No pages indexed in google, yahoo or live and can we give it life and PR rank?' Well it took 2 days for a banned domain to enter the MSN Live and the Google Indexes. Now thats fast. But how was it done Actually the website is set up as a tutorial on how to succeed with SEO seach engine optimization. It is a step by step guild to soring in the SERPs ranking. Just take a look at all the free tools offered all over the internet that practically force the search engines to index you. Take a hint and follow the links on this site, they take you to amazing free optimization tools. So here are the basic steps that got this domain re-indexed after being banned.
20 September 2007 - 1. Added content- index.php | experiment.html | report.html | paid-directories.html 2. Put together an article about the 'Website Directory Submission Experiment' 3. Submit the article to digg-com, please if you are a member please then digg this story! 3. Wait as long as I can to submit our article below to 640 Article Directories with Article Submitter.