Your blog posts that have been indexed before and do well in Google search can be banned or de-indexed from same search engine, due to one form of violation or the other related to the posts or as results of all those Google Panda this, Google Penguin that, Google Kangaroo that and even Google Gorilla that updates that might not be favourable…lol.
When such happens, to most of your posts, you will notice some drastic decrease in your blog search engine traffic.
And search engine traffic, being one of the major sources of traffic for most webmasters is my no means what webmasters kid with in terms of Search Engine Optimization, and more so it has been proven over the years that search engine traffic are mostly organic and desirable means of traffic to webpages.
Many folks have asked me in the past and in recent times of how they will be able know if their blog posts have been de-indexed or banned from Google search engine, which is actually the main reason for today’s post.
Must read: Google de-indexing some of your posts or your posts not getting indexed? What you should know
We are not going to be wasting time here; so for you to know if your blog posts have been banned on search engine, just carry out this simple exercise;
= => Locate the suspicious post, copy and paste the URL of the post on Google search address bar and hit the search button, and if you don’t see the post in the next 3 pages of Google search result, then just be rest assured that the very post have been hammered.
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