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5/13/16
Original Poster
Google user

How to get indexed after the penalty of Sneaky mobile redirects

Few hours before, I received a mail from Google search console about sneaky mobile redirects on my website http://kaidenworld.com the message was ...

To: Webmaster of http://kaidenworld.com/,

Google has detected sneaky redirects for mobile users on your site. This means that mobile users visiting your site are redirected to another page or are shown different content than your desktop users. This creates an unexpected experience for Google Search users and violates our Webmaster Guidelines. Therefore Google has prevented the offending pages from showing in search results. This manual spam action has been applied to %pattern%. To reinstate these pages in search results, remove the spam and file a reconsideration request. After we determine that you have complied with our guidelines, we will remove this manual action.

Here’s how to fix this problem:

1

Find the configuration responsible for the sneaky redirects

Start by reading our guide on detecting sneaky mobile redirects. Sneaky redirects can be caused by code or an ad campaign on your site. Because the redirection can be caused by factors like visiting on specific browsers, devices, locations, or IP ranges, you should visit your site like how a typical user would visit it. For example, visit your site from Google Search using a mobile device.

Detect sneaky mobile redirects
2

Remove the configuration causing the cloaking or sneaky redirects

We'll discover these changes when we re-crawl your pages and update our index.

3

Submit a reconsideration request

Once you fix your site, file for reconsideration to remove this manual action. Include any details or documentation that can help us understand the changes made to your site.

Need more help?

Read our Help Center article about detecting sneaky redirects.
Learn about sneaky redirects in our Help Center.
Ask questions in our forum for more help - mention message type [WNC-10006355]
My site was penalised and was completely removed from the Google search. I have made all possible efforts to remove these redirects and I guess I am successful in it but how can I ask Google to remove that penalty and index my website again. when I am clicking on that reconsideration request, I am getting 'no manual webspam actions found." what to do. Plese help
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5/13/16
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Suzanneh
It can take a day or so for the action to appear in the Manual Action viewer.

Suzanne

On Friday, May 13, 2016 at 7:41:33 AM UTC-4, Teenagerrr wrote:
Few hours before, I received a mail from Google search console about sneaky mobile redirects on my website http://kaidenworld.com the message was ...

To: Webmaster of http://kaidenworld.com/,

Google has detected sneaky redirects for mobile users on your site. This means that mobile users visiting your site are redirected to another page or are shown different content than your desktop users. This creates an unexpected experience for Google Search users and violates our Webmaster Guidelines. Therefore Google has prevented the offending pages from showing in search results. This manual spam action has been applied to %pattern%. To reinstate these pages in search results, remove the spam and file a reconsideration request. After we determine that you have complied with our guidelines, we will remove this manual action.

Here’s how to fix this problem:

1

Find the configuration responsible for the sneaky redirects

Start by reading our guide on detecting sneaky mobile redirects. Sneaky redirects can be caused by code or an ad campaign on your site. Because the redirection can be caused by factors like visiting on specific browsers, devices, locations, or IP ranges, you should visit your site like how a typical user would visit it. For example, visit your site from Google Search using a mobile device.

Detect sneaky mobile redirects
2

Remove the configuration causing the cloaking or sneaky redirects

We'll discover these changes when we re-crawl your pages and update our index.

3

Submit a reconsideration request

Once you fix your site, file for reconsideration to remove this manual action. Include any details or documentation that can help us understand the changes made to your site.

Need more help?

Read our Help Center article about detecting sneaky redirects.
Learn about sneaky redirects in our Help Center.
Ask questions in our forum for more help - mention message type [WNC-10006355]
My site was penalised and was completely removed from the Google search. I have made all possible efforts to remove these redirects and I guess I am successful in it but how can I ask Google to remove that penalty and index my website again. when I am clicking on that reconsideration request, I am getting 'no manual webspam actions found." what to do. Plese help
5/13/16
Original Poster
Google user
any extra tip for the issue??

5/13/16
Expert - Gold
Suzanneh
You have to wait till it appears.

Suzanne
5/14/16
Expert - Gold
Suzanneh
There's a bit of an issue going on with Google, so it *might* take longer than usual for the action to appear in the Manual Action viewer.

Suzanne
medhajnews
5/14/16
medhajnews
i have same problem 
how to resolve this problem any tips?
pls help me  
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Frank Enstein
10/28/16
Frank Enstein
As kyrolus kamal  said, it took 15 days
 
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