__/ [ shopdrops ] on Monday 24 April 2006 01:30 \__
__/ [ ato_zee@xxxxxxxxxxx ] on Sunday 23 April 2006 21:36 \__
> > On 23-Apr-2006, "shopdrops" <chinateacup@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> Let's say I am being punished by Google for reasons only known to HER.
> >> Can I plead my case? Or am I comdened to spend time even before I know
> >> what I am being accused for?
> >> What can I do? What should I do?
> > Just because you are not listed doesn't mean you are being punished,
> > what is your evidence, apart from your own paranoia?
> > If your site has unique, has interesting and informative content, is well
> > constructed, with inbound links from high ranked sites, Google will find
> > you.
> > What do your server logs say about visiting Googlebots?
> Hello Hithere,
> I thought I made my sarcasm evident --- I was being sarcastic when I
> said that because Google seems to be able to punish without due
> But your idea is good. I will try contacting them.
> Hello Ato,
> Maybe it's paranoia but isn't it something to worry about if unique
> GOOGLE visits dropped from 80% of my total unique visits to 11% percent
> in a matter of one week?
> Thanks for your input.
By all means, I don't mean to knock your hopes down, but do not expect a
reply from them. If everyone was able to ask such a question, they would
soon fall victim to a 'support nightmares'. Each spammer from Geocities
would demand a detailed explanation. Also, I can imagine you used a
contact form without any 'magic strings' that ensure it gets read by a
Hope it helps,
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