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How I recovered a domain - Check List

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Msg#: 3052152 posted 9:23 pm on Aug 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

Here is how I recovered one of my domain - True Story!

My domain resolves only for www.domain.com and has 3 subdomains (sub1.domain.com,sub2.domain.com,sub3.domain.com)

1.I removed all outgoing links from all the pages of domain and subdomains.

2.In index page of www.domain.com I put links to all indexes of subdomains.
3.In every index of subdomains I link back to main index of www.domain.com

4.In webmaster central (sitemap) account I fix all the problems reported in the not found section of index summary.I made a 301 redirect to existing files or remove the link to them (2 in my case),in pages of domain or sub if pages not anymore.

5.I look at performing this search:
[] com&num=10&start=0&sa=N
Notice there is no punctuation between domain and com.
In this DC everything was OK.Links was listed ordered by PR .

6.In other DC's there was no correct listing in first spots being sites who have links to my domain or subdomains.
I emailed only those webmasters to which sites I had links at pct.1 and ask them to remove those links.

In every day there was a progress, things geting closer to what I saw in .

Now after 51 days I'm back in a better position than before.

Wish You all the same.
Good luck!

Please contribute with your own experiences.



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Msg#: 3052152 posted 11:21 pm on Aug 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

What exactly does that query on google show? It's the weirdest results for me... basically all titles and no descriptions.

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