__/ [ tonnie ] on Friday 10 March 2006 19:26 \__
> Jim Carlock wrote:
>> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> posted:
>>>Maybe the owner will never notice. Just don't take chances by
>>>doing black hat +SEO. Knowing you (electronically), I am certain
>>>you had no bad intentions.
>> One of his work computers set itself on fire, so he lost a computer.
>> I'm glad I didn't build that computer :-).
Maybe the computer was overclocked. This is very rare. Definitely a bad time
to spread some bad news, so keep it in your pockets until its gets
>> Today represents the third day of Google's Blacklisting of
>> To those that have never seen a blacklisting is or does, feel free to
>> do a search on Google by typing in the following lines:
>> I'm still not sure why the black listing occured. Google didn't
>> call or notify anyone and didn't ask anyone to take corrective
>> actions. After reading through some of their information pages,
>> they indicate that hidden links and hidden text are frowned
>> upon. That's all I have to go on at the moment, or IF that's the
>> ONLY reason.
>> Roy provided some help by providing the following link, which
>> in turn lead to the google link. Thanks again, Roy, for your help.
I am glad to have helped. *smile*
>> I'm writing this off as a learning situation while I'm awaiting a
>> response from Google. I hope they reply quickly.
>> Jim Carlock
> Hi Jim,
> What techniques you did use on your page, i can't see, but what i still
> see is a lot of keywords stuffed at the bottom of your page.
> I would think that could be a reason to ignore a request for reinclusion.
I'd second that. You need to 'clean up' first. Only *then* can you file a
legitimate request. If Google don't reply within a few days, repeat the
submission. I was never excluded, but at one point I mistakenly thought I
Hope it helps,
Roy S. Schestowitz
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