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Search Engines Blacklist

No legitimate website wants to get listed on a search engine's blacklist. If a website is listed on any search engine's blacklist, that will spell the end of that website's existence on the internet. Search engines blacklist websites for some reasons. If a website is involved in spamming, it will get blacklisted. If a website is suspected of being used for hacking other websites, it will be blacklisted. If a website has links to untrusted sites, it will be blacklisted. These are just some of the reasons for websites getting blacklisted. Remember search engines examine each website for its contents and its links, and if it finds any suspicious activity or bad links on a website, it will blacklist the site. Once a search engine blacklists a website it simply vanishes from the internet. Search engines use the IP address to blacklist a site. It means that if your website is using a dynamic IP address and the search engine blacklists the IP address; all the sites that were using that IP will no longer appear on the internet,