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    Google violation

    Is there any google pros out there that can tell me where the violation is on my site at http://yoghurtfrenzy.com I received the following from google

    Google received a reconsideration request from a site owner for http://yoghurtfrenzy.com/.

    We've reviewed your site and we believe that http://yoghurtfrenzy.com/ still violates our quality guidelines. These guidelines outline illicit practices which may lead Google to take action on a site in order to keep webspam out of search results. In order to preserve the quality of our search engine, pages from http://yoghurtfrenzy.com/ may not appear or may not rank as highly in Google's search results, or may otherwise be considered to be less trustworthy than sites which follow the quality guidelines.

    I know theres no real content, but it is just an online store not a blog.

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by mickleach View Post
    I know theres no real content...
    google doesn't like thin affiliate sites

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    I have similar problems here: http://www.phuketfun.thailandmagic.com (nothing thin) and some other sites and made this request days ago, they sleep somewhere in India. The central problem with Google is that they continuously are (totally useless) changing their system but wont test the changes orderly. They have students sitting around there and unqualified personnel in India (cheap labor, no taxes) and just don't care about the user. Actually they use the user to test their system without knowing it.

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    Right here is where you answer your question about your site:
    I know theres no real content, but it is just an online store not a blog.
    You say it's an online store, but it's not. You don't fulfill any of the product orders, you just refer visitors to the merchants.

    If you add a blog or change the product pages to reviews of the product, you might have a quality site that abides by googles terms.

    @maxmeier210 Your site gets flagged on my PC for security reasons, and loads super slow on Mac with adobe flash warnings/requests to update. It's essentially a non-trustworthy site based on the warnings, thus likely the reason Google has it listed for quality issues.

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by maxmeier210 View Post
    I have similar problems here: http://www.phuketfun.thailandmagic.com (nothing thin) and some other sites and made this request days ago, they sleep somewhere in India. The central problem with Google is that they continuously are (totally useless) changing their system but wont test the changes orderly. They have students sitting around there and unqualified personnel in India (cheap labor, no taxes) and just don't care about the user. Actually they use the user to test their system without knowing it.
    Your site has likely been hacked. It contains spyware or malware.

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    @mickleach, as others have pointed out, your site doesn't offer any value to your visitors. Why should google list a site that doesn't offer any value? Add some legit content, and work on building something your visitors will be happy to use.

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