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"I noticed on Monday of this week (4 days after my last post) that after over a year of blogging, naturally building quality links, providing Google with plenty of content, not using any black hat techniques (only talking about them), decent subscriber numbers (for me at least) and my blog just got tanked. The DP tools would call it the sandbox, some would call it tripping a spam filter, the tin foil wearing people would call it a Google conspiracy, and I would call it…well I’m not really sure. I don’t think it was any of those things but then again I can’t explain it."
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from SlightlyShadySEO 2408 Days ago #
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This is a nasty trend indeed.Although you are now ranking for the text you used in your example as not ranking for ;-) This update put you over the edge!

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from incrediblehelp 2406 Days ago #
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Join the crowd buddy.  I got the same issue with my blog www.jaankanellis.com.  No reason I should not be showing up when searching on sentences only written by me.

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