| 6:49 pm on Aug 22, 2004 (gmt 0)|
I would try again to this email and to the webmaster email and also phone them and send them an official letter, this worked for me in the past
| 8:24 pm on Aug 22, 2004 (gmt 0)|
"I realize that there are certain penalties associated with developing a domain that was deleted and has pagerank (i.e. the backlinks are discounted by google). However, we're now finding ourselves once again in the situation where we cannot get a new domain indexed by google that we caught in the drop market."
Hello Christopher_C. FWIT, as an experiment, I let the domain for my personal site expire, re-registered, and did a site redesign. It took nearly a year to be fully listed and ranked again.
If your site doesn't use any spammy tactics, I don't think you will have any long-term problems.
- Mike T.
| 11:37 am on Aug 23, 2004 (gmt 0)|
no matter how legit your domain might be, in my experience you have next to no chance of getting an expired domain back into G at the moment.
Like you said even gaining new links from top authorities dmoz, Y! etc will not help.
This is (as far as I'm concerned) a problem at Google's end, but then I feel the solution fixes more problems than it causes so I don't expect perfect solution for you anytime soon.
| 1:42 pm on Aug 23, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Thanks for the responses :)
>>I would try again to this email and to the webmaster email and also phone them and send them an official letter, this worked for me in the past<<
Did you call/mail their main office?
| 5:36 pm on Aug 23, 2004 (gmt 0)|
| 5:43 pm on Aug 23, 2004 (gmt 0)|
Christopher, Google does that to prevent abuse of deleted domains. It should roll over in around 6 months but you might be able to get it expedited as mentioned above.