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Re: Globaleasy, with the problem on Google. Please help us

  • Subject: Re: Globaleasy, with the problem on Google. Please help us
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 15:51:30 +0000
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__/ [ William Tasso ] on Thursday 23 March 2006 15:02 \__

> Fleeing from the madness of the http://groups.google.com jungle
> <gleyoyo@xxxxxxx> stumbled into news:alt.www.webmaster
> and said:
>> We have got problem that we had created the Web site
>> http://www.globaleasy.net/ on the net and have put its title into the
>> data-base of Google index for searching in both Chinese and English.
>> But we wonder that when we checked our Website since the end of August
>> 2005, all the index of our Website for searching on Google (even in
>> Chinese or English) was disappeared. We feel that maybe the Web had
>> been prevented by Google.
> It's a possibility I guess - certainly I couldn't find your site on the
> google index.

Yes, you appear to have been banned (Google "site:http://www.globaleasy.net";)

>> We are now searching the way that we can
>> solve the problem with the help of professional career man of Google,
>> or get any kinds of suggestion form all the members of forum. Please
>> give us your advice for helping to make our web on Google searching
>> again, as soon as possible. Thank you so much again!
> I think our friends over at news:alt.internet.search-engines may have more
> to contribute so I've included that group in the headers.

This requires knowledge of Chinese to be analysed, but the code below seems
like excessive keyword stuffing

<meta name="description" content="??????????????????????????????????????????
<meta name="keywords" content="????????????????????????">

My bet is that you did some blackhat SEO. Google were recently asking for
reports on keyword stuffing in the East.

,----[ http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/send-more-spam-reports/ ]
| No special keywords are needed, but feel free to put ?cjk? on any
| Chinese/Japanese/Korean spam reports, or ?keyword stuffing? if
| you?re pointing out sites that are, you know, keyword stuffing.
| Just right in the description is fine?thanks.

Clean up and attempt a reinclusion.


Hope it helps,


PS - I have no crush on Matt Cutts, but he is among the few people from
Google who are allowed to speak about SEO in public.

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