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My website was victim of the Canonical Tag Negative SEO exploit causing it to be de-indexed 3 Recommended Answers 9 Replies 1 Upvote
I believe my website was victim of the Canonical Tag Negative SEO exploit described here: https://www.billhartzer.com/seo/canonical-tag-negative-seo-google/ causing it to be de-indexed from Google with the reason WNC-645700 (pure spam). There are clear indications of this when I view index coverage. In the details user-declared canonical url is pointing to a URL that is not on my website.
It happened causing a spike. See overview below.
And here are some other screenshots:
Details of an URL:
For what I know my website ezcontents.org does not violate any Google Webmaster Guidelines.
Google does not want to add my website back to the index. Does anyone have suggestions for me how to solve this issue?
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