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my site was ranking almost around 1-2 link 1 month ago for major of the post search terms like "alan walker - Faded Mp3" but now when i search for my latest post or my old post the site is not even showing in the google search result.

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There are many reasons as to why this is happening. Not knowing the specifics I will create a basic checklist of the things you should start looking at:

  • Website has been blocked accidentally via robots.txt.
  • You have been penalised. Look for any warning messages in Search Console.
  • Search for your site in Google using the operator site:example.com to check if your website has been de-indexeed, if not
  • Review how Google sees your website by looking at the homepage cache.
  • Your website has been hacked.
  • Your website is being attacked with negative SEO (Some people believe this is not a real issue).
  • The content of your page has change (hacked again?)
  • The website has been redesigned
  • The WebSite has been migrated into another server or platform.
  • The website or a particular page is currently in violation of google guidelines.
  • You have accidentally applied a canonical tag pointing to another site.
  • There is a bad hreflang implementation
  • The website is not crawlable for any other particular reason, like Ajax generated content or bad JavaScript code.
  • Google has updated their index and new players had come to play.
  • THanks so much for the response.. But i checked all of the points but there is no problem like that.. Site - mp3chest.com. PLEASE HELP – Snaked Jan 18 '18 at 10:17
  • @Tanish you need to give it sometime before Google index your new posts/pages, and even longer to start ranking. Be patience. – Raul Reyes Jan 27 '18 at 2:49

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