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My URL is: www.falandodeviagem.com.br
I have a big problem with the google indexing!! We lost more than 70% on Analytics and Adsense.
How get it back?
I contacted "Webmasters Tool - reconsideration request" and the answer optive described below. (end of the msg)
I think my problem was at the time the site has changed the server and when we did the redirects of our other registered domain name, not the aim but were indexed with the content below.
on the old server who entered www.smack.com.br, fall into the url www.falandodeviagem.com.br
new server who entered www.smack.com.br fall in content of www.falandodeviagem.com.br, but still with the "smack.com.br" address on the top bar URL.
With this in our "external links" we get over 1 million links to the site.
Outside that our content was indexed in google with these domains, something that made no sense and noticed that he was totally wrong.
We've removed altogether as redirects also deactivated the DNS on both domains that occurred this.
Can anyone help us how to get back to our old indexing?
Whenever we collaborate with the rules of Google, this episode was a failure for not understanding our server and very much less of direction or redirection.
Thank you !!
Dear site owner or webmaster of http://www.falandodeviagem.com.br/,
We received a request from a site owner to reconsider http://www.falandodeviagem.com.br/ for compliance with Google's Webmaster Guidelines.
We reviewed your site and found no manual actions by the webspam team that might affect your site's ranking in Google. There's no need to file a reconsideration request for your site, because any ranking issues you may be experiencing are not related to a manual action taken by the webspam team.
Of course, there may be other issues with your site that affect your site's ranking. Google's computers determine the order of our search results using a series of formulas known as algorithms. We make hundreds of changes to our search algorithms each year, and we employ more than 200 different signals when ranking pages. As our algorithms change and as the web (including your site) changes, some fluctuation in ranking can happen as we make updates to present the best results to our users.
If you've experienced a change in ranking which you suspect may be more than a simple algorithm change, there are other things you may want to investigate as possible causes, such as a major change to your site's content, content management system, or server architecture. For example, a site may not rank well if your server stops serving pages to Googlebot, or if you've changed the URLs for a large portion of your site's pages. This article has a list of other potential reasons your site may not be doing well in search.
If you're still unable to resolve your issue, please see our Webmaster Help Forum for support.
Google Search Quality Team