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We removed the hack right away, but Google is still showing the hacked pages as being indexed when we do the "site:example.com [hacked keyword]" search.
We have created dozens of new links to the site through several methods, and been pushing our hot content in industry forums.
How do we get our good pages indexed back at Google so we can get our rankings back?
Thanks in advance for your suggestions!
[edited by: tedster at 3:58 pm (utc) on Aug. 16, 2008]
[edit reason] remove specific keyword [/edit]
Yes, we have both plugged the hole and moved the primary site to a new hosting account
Did you leave the website on the other server long enough for the DNS to get transferred and all the bots able to follow the path to the new server and I assume IP address?
With the hack and now moved site to a new IP address if not done properly this could be one reason for the delay in indexing the fixed pages.
I am a litte off here as to what you mean by this though.
We can't do page removal, because it was good pages that were injected with the hacked links.
If the pages have been cleaned up the links should be gone or are you referring to "This site may harm your computer" warning?