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Reinclusion request for multiple websites at once
stanleyb23




msg:3971299
 3:30 pm on Aug 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hello forum members,

A few weeks ago unfortunately our organization received a -50 penalty from Google.
After checking the Google guidelines very carefully we fully understand the reason behind this penalty.
We have been too enthusiastic with regards to link building and have (a couple of times) linked between our own domains.
We are well underway in fixing all the possible issues which could have caused the penalty and we are improving our websites.
We have a question with regards to reinclusion:
The penalty applies to approximately 100 domains.
We have decided to completely remove 30 domains and want to submit a reinclusion request for the remaining 70 domains.
Given the fact that the number of domains for reinclusion is quite high, we wonder what the best strategy is.:
- 1 reinclusion request for all domains
- 1 reinclusion request per domain
- 1 reinclusion request per batch of #*$! domains
Does anyone have experience with a penalty and a reinclusion request(s) for multiple domains?
Best regards,
Stan

 

MrSavage




msg:3971472
 7:42 pm on Aug 13, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi. Well, I did have a thread from last week as I am trying to sort through a 100 domain penalty. So, I'm on a similar path as yourself.

Perhaps slighty off topic to your post, but were you quick to decide on removing 30 domains? Was there an opportunity to keep some domains alive on other search engines, and simply blocking off Google from indexing? It certainly an option I'm looking into to lessen my anger of this situation.

I will post back here as I move along. I'm sure our penalties are for different reasons, but even the one domain I'm requesting reinclusion for is not getting the penalty lifted. My point? Good luck with it. I've never seen or read anywhere that Google will lift the penalty from multiple sites from one reinclusion request. The ironic part, is that the penalty, as read in Google webmaster tools, states that "this website may be in violation..." however the penalty that I seem to have, is not based on each website individually, but it seems based on me, the person, the whole. They made a judgement about me or my ways, rightfully or wrongfully. There is no court of law in this instance. It would seem that no penalty will be lifted until every site is dealt with in my instance.

If you have gripes about the process, I'd be glad to ramble on about that. Trying to get these domains of mine reincluded is simply baffling. I'm guilty of being stupid/ignorant, but certainly I feel like I've been banished to a dark hole for it. There certainly isn't much if any compassion shown to people trying to deal with their penalties.

stanleyb23




msg:3971790
 10:15 am on Aug 14, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi MrSavage,

Good luck with all the work involved.
We are working our way through our domains as well, making constant improvements.

Our questions still remains:

we wonder what the best strategy is for reinclusion for multiple domains:
- 1 reinclusion request for all domains
- 1 reinclusion request per domain
- 1 reinclusion request per batch of #*$! domains
Does anyone else have experience with a penalty and a reinclusion request(s) for multiple domains?

Hopefully someone can advise us further,

Best regards,

Stan

AnkitMaheshwari




msg:3971861
 12:32 pm on Aug 14, 2009 (gmt 0)

If it is just a -50 penalty, I would suggest you wait for a week or two and they should be back, if you have made the necessary linking changes in the domains.

No need to file re-inclusion as of now IMO.

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