1. mikeee

    mikeee Well-Known Member

    Feb 6, 2010
    Let's first define what is "ban"? There are two things usually called ban out there:
    • When your site has dropped from Google index and does not show anymore for its target keywords.
    • When your IP has been blocked and you cannot use Google search for some time.
    Both issues are rather unwanted. The first one is applied to your site when it doesn't suit Google webmaster guidelines. The second one is applied to your IP address when you perform agressive amount of queries to Google at a time. Fortunately, you can easily avoid both types of Google ban following the below rules. Let's first deal with website ban:

    1. Make your site available. Always use reliable hosting service with good uptime (no less than 99.5%) and fast response time. If Googlebot comes to your site and cannot access it, your site may drop.
    2. Provide unique and relevant content. Fill your website with fresh unique content that is relevant to your website theme and is interesting to your visitors. Write your content for humans, not for search engine bots. If you post a duplicate content on your site, Google may exclude it from its index.
    3. Don't use spam methods to promote your website. Never use doorways, hidden text, auto-generated keyword-filled pages, cloaking or any other spam techniques. Remember, we all use Google for search. Don't dump a trash at Google's index.
    4. Carefully build links. Not every inbound link is good. Take care of websites linking to you. Don't participate in link farms. Try to get links from relevant or close theme websites. Do not ever spam forums, guest books or comments with your links! Outbound links are important too. Pay a close attention on what sites do you link from your website. Do not link to sites that use spam techniques, because this may result in your site ban.
    5. Make your site crawlable. Provide a way for Googlebot to index the whole your site. Create sitemap, if you use JavaScript or Flash links - duplicate them with plain text ones. Make sure your server correctly handles errors, like 403, 404, redirects and so on. Check for broken links and HTML errors with some HTML validator tool.
    6. Avoid using domains with bad history. Do not use previously black listed domains for your site.
    How to avoid IP ban?
    1. Do not use unauthorized software to check web ranking. Google restricts usage of software that send automated search queries to Google. Actually, to be 100% sure your IP won't be banned - do not check your web rankings at all.
    2. Use Google API. If you really need to check the rank of your site in Google, try to use software and tools that can work via Google Web API. Google API is the only legitimate way to perform automated queries to Google.
    3. Limit the amount of searches. If the accuracy of Google API search results is not enough for your purposes and using the natural search is crucial for you, try to limit the amount searches with some reasonable number. If you check web rankings, don't check first 1000 results, reduce the search to first 30-50 results. This will give you an adequate picture of your current standings and won't stress Google much as well.
    4. Use Google for its main purpose. Use Google for search only and you never get your IP banned.
    Source: CleverStat
  2. CyberAff

    CyberAff Well-Known Member

    Feb 25, 2010
    thanks for the information mate
  3. -saMmy-

    -saMmy- Well-Known Member

    Aug 17, 2009
    Thanks For Share
  4. XForce!

    XForce! Well-Known Member

    Jul 9, 2010
    Thanks for the info!!
  5. DoctorX

    DoctorX Well-Known Member

    Jul 28, 2010
    All these points are important.
    Thanks alot
  6. deAthbLisS

    deAthbLisS Well-Known Member

    Jan 22, 2009
    Thx for the info :)
  7. irfan saleem

    irfan saleem Well-Known Member

    Mar 22, 2010
    Thanks for Nice Sharing and Nice Copy...
  8. ArthonaD87

    ArthonaD87 Banned Banned

    Oct 3, 2010
    thnaks mate
  9. Paul

    Paul Well-Known Member

    Mar 13, 2010
    Nothing new here, just general stuff you find everywhere, thanks for the post though.

    The thing is, it's mostly just random, and you have to see it to believe it.

    I've had tens of websites which are very similar in terms of content, SEO, backlink building. Some get banned, some don't get banned. It's completely random, just make 100 websites and I assure you 10 or so will get big :)
  10. Prazsky

    Prazsky Well-Known Member

    Jun 6, 2010
    If everyone followed these guidelines, then google search results will be a lot cleaner but the so called "respected" webmasters here would rather use auto generated search results to drive traffic to their sites using scammy affiliate programs that pay them big.
  11. mikeee

    mikeee Well-Known Member

    Feb 6, 2010
    Welcome all :)

    @Paul...I agree when you say this is all general stuff. But this is also the stuff that ensures your stability in search results. Unfollow one and you will see the SERPs falling.
  12. nasavsisro

    nasavsisro Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2011
    Thanks for this useful information i use it on my site .
  13. nikk

    nikk New Member

    May 21, 2011
    Thanks for sharing!
  14. mtan

    mtan New Member

    Jun 1, 2014
    thanks for sharing!

    useful tips/reminders.
  15. hvelocity

    hvelocity Banned Banned

    Jun 13, 2014
    [SUP]i do not use google adsense[/SUP]

    Added after 1:

    only 1 Tips to Avoid Google Ban

    do not spamming
    Last edited: Jun 16, 2014
  16. Navarrorobin

    Navarrorobin Member

    Jun 7, 2014
    Why we need Google ?

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