30 Oct '13, 10am

What to Do After Your Website Has Been Banned

Despite the Google’s crackdown, there are still many webmasters who continue using practices aimed at deceiving search engines. Some hide content, which does not make sense any more, and others buy hyperlinks. Personally speaking, we do not see anything wrong with the second option, but you should know that Google robots do. Basically, the idea is to make website owners feel intimidated, but most don’t care until their website is penalized (banned). So, what should you do if your website has been banned?

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