I wish to know how to check that a website is banned by Google or not ?
is there any short cut to remove penalty ?
Seo Knowledge minds are invited to answer...
Thanks in advance
Would also like know on this, will definitely follow this thread
If a sight is banned by Google you will not be able to find that site by doing a google search. As a rule of thumb.
Do a search for SERP checkers, you'll find a few free online tools to check rankings of a site in google, some also do yahoo and bing.
In google type in http://(yourURL)
If you can't find it, then you've been banned.
If you can find it but no longer rank for even low competition long-tail keywords (that you previously ranked for), then you may have been penalized or have "trust" issues with Google.
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