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Old 04-14-2006, 04:15 AM
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Private Registration for domain Question

Recently, i register one of my old domain from public to private registration and my site was removed from Singapore Yahoo after 2 days(it was there for a 1 to 2 years), when i click on the Search button for Singapore.

I do not know whether is it is because i sell textlink to other site thats why it happen to few of my site disappear from yahoo singapore but it can still be found in Yahoo.com

Have any one register under private registration for domain and got affected. Example: Australia Yahoo, it is gone when you click on the search for australia.
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Old 04-14-2006, 07:00 AM
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Was it paid inclusion in the directory or free?
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Old 04-14-2006, 02:08 PM
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i mean the search engine, itself. example, your go to sg.yahoo.com and you key in keyword, and click the "singapore" button to search, not the "all the web". after i change from public to private it disappear, even backlink and site:www.mysite.com is gone. my site with selling textlink is all gone before this website. i now test one of my new site, just got into the singapore yahoo.

i am doing more test to determind it.... hehe
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My small guess would be that they might have imagined that you sold the domain when you made it private. Did you check Google Results?

Also, did you use your Registration Service's (Yahoo! Domain Registration if you will) Private Service or did you just buy one from another website and use their info?
 
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Old 04-17-2006, 01:03 AM
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My small guess would be that they might have imagined that you sold the domain when you made it private. Did you check Google Results?

Also, did you use your Registration Service's (Yahoo! Domain Registration if you will) Private Service or did you just buy one from another website and use their info?
I buy from domainsbyproxy. It still in google search.
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Did you change Private Registration recently? (How recent...)
 
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:44 PM
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Did you change Private Registration recently? (How recent...)
I think is last month (March 2006).
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I think is last month (March 2006).
Probably why, they saw a domain name change and thought it was transferred to someone else. I read on DP that it takes a certain process in Google's Algorithms (about a month or two) for you to get included again...not sure, but it's my educated guess!
 
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