Guide On How I Get Consistent, Targeted Traffic To My Blog
From my own experience I came across two people who stumbled up on buying a banned domain from Google, one of the person just bought it out of curiosity reason is he found the domain name to be attractive and another person who really had no idea that he was buying a domain that was previously banned from search engines.
So there are two cases which I am going to deal today. From a webmaster’s point of view buying a banned domain is like paying for a 60 year old prostitute (Sorry if it sounds offensive for you), you are not going to get any juice out of it. But some webmasters take it as a challenge to prove their talents or whatever but really its a waste of time in my view and they work hard on the domain to get traffic from other sources and other minor search engines but that’s the case with someone who is extremely talented and exceptions, but for us we need to think more realistically and avoid wasting our time and energy for buying such domains.
Second case can be quite pitiful as the person doesn’t realise that he was buying a domain that is already banned, Under this circumstance you can appeal for reconsideration from Google and plea your innocence on the whole issue, but you cannot be sure that Google will reconsider your domain and lift the ban on it and in fact Google never gives you any information on whether they have lifted your ban or the ban still exist and you need to wait for some time to check whether Googlebot crawls your pages or not and indexing them too.
Even if the ban on your domain is lifted just know that it will take longer time for search engines to establish some trust over your site than when you are starting to build a site from a brand new domain. So Buying a banned domain is definitely not advisable unless you are very much fond of making love to a granny(Oops sorry again).
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