Google has the right to exclude a website from its index. This may be due to a variety of reasons, including going against the user agreement that you are meant to read when you are working with Google. Websites that misbehave and go beyond the standards that are set out by the search engine are immediately excluded. If your website is over optimized, or you are spamming, interlinking and linking to bad websites, the chances are high that you will be excluded from Google.
However, there is a facility, called the Google Reinclusion request that allows the websites that have been excluded or are still waiting for approval to be included. The approval process will depend on how bad you have behaved for them to kick you out. IF you have been hosting illegal content, then you have to do a complete revamp of your website if you want even the slightest chance of being included once again on the website.
A Google reinclusion request involves admitting your errors and then fixing them. Get some advice online via forums and other networks if you are not sure how to correct the errors. Admitting that you did make the mistake and violated one or two of their strict requirements will go a long way in a successful submission.
It will also involve, taking a look at the Webmaster’s guidelines. You may have missed something, or perhaps they may have changed one or two guidelines and you were not aware of it. If they have also added anything new in the webmaster’s guidelines, this may also affect you when you do not refer back to the updated document. Going through this document will help you in your reinclusion request.
They may take some time to reply, but do not keep resending the request as it will eventually be classified as spamming. Spamming will only reduce your chances of being reincluded in the Google index. Be patient, and let them work through their system. Remember that you are not the only one who has been excluded from their index and each request has to be analyzed before any further action can be taken.
It also involves being polite and admitting your mistakes. Threatening and complaining will only expel you from the Google index for good. Increase your chances of being included again by the use of kind of words and a humble one in your email.
A Google reinclusion request also entails that you assure them that there will not be a repeat of the same incident again. Once assured, they will consider getting you back on board, but this time scrutinizing your content to make sure you are not repeating the same violations that hey excluded you for in the first place.
To request reconsideration of your site:
- Sign in to Webmaster Tools with your Google Account.
- Make sure you have added and verified the site you want reconsidered.
- Request reconsideration of your site here
You will be asked to select the website for which you would like to request the reconsideration of. Next check box yes to accept that you understand Google’s quality guidelines. You will also be given with a box to enter the details on why you think your site would have been banned or does not rank, which would include accepting the facts like you had purchased backlinks, your interlinked your blog URL with other blogs etc all of which have been stopped now.
Check out the Video below which can help you on getting more idea on this request.