| 2:35 pm on Feb 27, 2008 (gmt 0)|
There are several things that can go wrong particularly if your site is new, has no or few links pointing to it, and has zero or low pagerank. I am assuming that you have not violated Google's quality guidelines.
You could wait for a few days to see if it comes back. And make sure that your website is up and running at all times. If you are indexed by other search engines, chances are that Google will include your site pretty soon.
| 3:41 pm on Feb 27, 2008 (gmt 0)|
My all websites are more than 1 year old and all websites are doing well before they are deindex and all websites are having more than 10k backlinks in yahoo
| 9:39 pm on Feb 27, 2008 (gmt 0)|
|all my websites is deindex by Google |
Several different domains, all owned by you, have all disappeared from Google? None of these domains show any results for the site: operator - have I got that right?
| 1:48 am on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Yup, you are right and all websites are on different servers.
| 4:37 am on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
Sounds like Google detected and banned your whole network of sites.
| 4:49 am on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
But all websites are having PR and backlinks still
| 9:00 am on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
PR and backlinks don't necessarily prevent "network kills" or get affected by network kills.
I've been hit with penalties before, including the evil 950, but the PR remained the same. When Google hit a mini network, too, the PR of the sites remained the same.
If your sites are interlinked, it's usually a good idea to remove the links, add rich content, remove footers, and generally make everything Google friendly.
Google has been upping the ante on network detection and punishment in the last six months.
| 9:50 am on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
What if I have 8 websites with different content but same theme:
But I do not interlink between them, and not site-wide link
site a - link to main site (not link back)
site b - link to main site (not link back)
site c - link to main site (not link back)
site d - link to main site (not link back)
site e - link to main site (not link back)
site f - link to main site (not link back)
Tester and all, how about your opinion on that, will it be a problem?
| 10:32 am on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
potentialgeek, I haven't done any interlink between them. All website are getting links from article submission and some blog posts.
| 4:56 pm on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
If you are creating many domains, then there are many types of footprints you may be leaving that show the relationship between your domains. Similar backlink profiles is one of them, especially profiles that are weak in real editorial backlinks from unrelated sites.
In recent past, to be banned rather than just penalized, it had to be pretty clear on a manual inspection that the sites in a "feeder network" existed only or mostly to boost PR and rankings for the main site.
I think getting a total ban is a question of quality, and that can include a human judgement call. Quality can be decided by a "verdict" from Google's team of human reviewers once the sites involved get flagged by the algorithm.
| 5:04 pm on Feb 28, 2008 (gmt 0)|
So, this means my website will never came back or index in Google