How To Return Site Back Into Google Index If It’s Been Banned

It’s the blogger’s worst nightmare. You are making money online with your blog or website (more than $2.000 per month), things are going great and then Google removes your great website from their index.

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It’s the blogger’s worst nightmare. You are making money online with your blog or website (more than $2.000 per month), things are going great and then Google removes your great website from their index. Overnight, your traffic drops to a trickle of what it was and your income falls to zero as well. So, what next?! What you must do now?!John Chow offers a 5 step plan to get your website or blog back into Google if it’s been banned.

  1. Don’t Panic and Wait;
  2. Correct What You Think You Did Wrong;
  3. Send a Reconsideration Request;
  4. Hope And Pray;
  5. Talk To The Matt Cutts.

About step #5. In the webmaster world, Matt Cutts is a famous person. As the head of Google’s webspam team, he can front-line your reconsideration request and get you back into the Google index within a day. If you had no luck working with Google using the normal channels, then the next step would be to talk to Mr Cutts. However, please make sure you corrected whatever got your banned and that your site is 100% Google compliant before trying to contact Matt. [via JohnChow]

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