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This frustrated me like hell since this is my company's website. So, everytime someone here made a suggestion as where to file a report, I did. About a year ago, the ban was lifted partially, but only for the index page. It however did not even rank #1 for my unique company's name, but at least it was there at #2. I figured, heck, maybe I'm on probation, so I'll just wait and see what happens. Well, now, finally the site is back and kicking hell in Yahoo, ranking far better than Google (but not as great as MSN), for all my targeted keywords.
It seems that even though the site was banned, it was still indexed and our pages were ranked, but not shown.
[edited by: engine at 9:50 am (utc) on Nov. 12, 2007]
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The problem is identifying the reason for this sudden change.
While I have been actively reducing keyword stuffing on my pages and subscribing to paid inclusions, if I had to make a guess on why, its all Yahoo.
Is the general consensus the same?