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SEO Chat Forums Delisted in Google?

SEO Chat Forums Delisted in Google?

In recent forum news, it seems as if SEO Chat Forums has been delisted by Google. Not the main site (i.e. www.seochat.com) but the forums.seochat.com. It seems to have happened yesterday afternoon and currently, the management claims they have no idea why.

Lots of wild theories out there and I have my own suspicions that I will keep to myself.

Now I see 12,700 pages indexed of the site:www.seochat.com but zero pages indexed of the site:forums.seochat.com.

As you may imagine there is a large thread on the topic at SEO Chat Forums named Seochat Booted From Google, we also have a thread at our forums named Google kicked out SEOChat from its index.

Barry Schwartz, Search Engine Roundtable Search Forum Coverage – Barry Schwartz is the Editor of Search Engine Roundtable and President of RustyBrick, Inc., a Web services firm specializing in customized online technology that helps companies decrease costs and increase sales.

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6 thoughts on “SEO Chat Forums Delisted in Google?

  1. I see: “Results 1 – 10 of about 218,000 from forums.seochat.com for . (0.17 seconds)” when i query Google now

  2. There seems to be multiple results for different Google Data Centers. Some with only one, some with the full index.

    I’m now seeing all 218,000 too.

    When I first followed these threads, there were none.

    Wonder if this is a sign of BigDaddy, or just an indexing flaw.

  3. I had such problem before. I fixed it by removing the METAs below:

    { meta http-equiv=”Pragma” content=”no-cache” }

    {meta http-equiv=”Cache-Control” content=”no-cache”}

    These METAs are used in forum.seochat.com page source.

  4. To get high rankings in Yahoo and MSN is all about links? I can get ranked easier in Google with links,
    but the other two I have no clue.

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