Google Blocked Co.CC Domains from Search Results

18 responses

  1. ashish
    July 4, 2011

    Bad news for most people as it is true that they were using it for putting ads and google can ban or de index them anytime

  2. Seobricks
    July 4, 2011

    That’s really a bad news for .cc domain users. I think Google may think of applying the same kind of penalty on .info domain as well as they are also heavily used for spamming purpose only.

  3. Paritosh
    July 4, 2011

    “it’s heavily been used for spamming….” Precisely the reason for this ban. I’ve had many plagiarism issues from owner of such blogs. Sad for those not involved in spamming.

  4. rakesh
    July 4, 2011

    This move will harm the legal website owner. Now they have to move on other Domain Name extensions, if they want to get some traffic from google.

  5. KBharath @ HDBloggers
    July 4, 2011

    This is great step by Google regarding Spamming Blogs, But i also had a site but not for spamming but for testing some themes and etc.

  6. Dinesh Verma
    July 4, 2011

    Feeling sorry for users, its a good step taken by Google as domains were being used by spammers and a were used for illegal clicks.

  7. Vijay | US Stock Newsletter
    July 5, 2011

    It is something bad news as Ashish said, my opinion is at least Google should send alert to these site owners to move the domain name to .com or .net or whatever possible extensions and redirect their feeds in to new website for a particular time period. In this way they won’t affect in this case.

  8. Ajay |
    July 5, 2011

    right harsh,only way left is to revert back and then apt for paid hosting..
    just wondering if google will also block their adsense accout ??

  9. wprack
    July 5, 2011

    This is a bad news for many bloggers. What if they have a blog with good income? It will be difficult for them to start again from scratch :(

  10. Mahender
    July 5, 2011

    Even before banning, google has given least priority for blogspot, domains than custom domains even though it contains genuine and good content. This is the reason why one month back i moved from (blogspot) domain to my own custom domain.

  11. Sahil Kotak
    July 5, 2011

    That was surely need! I found recently that high amount of spam was generated from this domains only. I also see that they have blocked’s main site as well, I feel sorry for them!

  12. [email protected]
    July 6, 2011

    I have already informed my site’s visitors not to use subdomains for adsense approval..
    Now google removed it, no one will use it.

    If there are no free domains ,i think the lesser will be the spamming and autoblogs.:-)

  13. NicheWP
    July 6, 2011

    Yes, its a great move by Google. There ware lots of Blogs who were stealing contents.

    • Sasha
      December 19, 2012

      I was one a customer till last year when my mom bought me a WebHostingHub account as Christmas gift – I’d still be a customer if it wasn’t for that – and I had a site with nothing near to illegal let alone spam, adsense for parked domains and such.
      Same as me was the 95-97% of sites whose owners lost their sites without warning and reason.
      Only the 3-5% of customers abused the service; it is not fair that, because of black sheeps – who are everywhere, I bet even on Google Ads – the decent folks lost their blogs and sites.

  14. Vijayraj Reddy
    July 7, 2011

    this is bad news for all those blogspot who have redirected their domain with

  15. ponmalar
    July 8, 2011

    hi sir

    i m using one blog in account. how to redirect the visitors to the my old blogger address. becoz visitors coming from search engines or any other referrers how to make it sir. any tricks

  16. ashish
    July 9, 2011

    On the way to progress first banned automated systems and now this good enough..

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    May 17, 2013

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