Google Moves Reinclusion Request Form To Webmaster Central

Sep 22, 2006 - 7:00 am 0 by

A WebmasterWorld thread asks what happened to the reinclusion request option is on the webmaster feedback form.

In the past, if your site was banned and delisted from the index. The way back into the Google search index was to go to google.com/support/bin/request.py and select the reinclusion request option.

That option has been moved to Google Webmaster Central.

Adam Lasnik of Google said;

Putting the reinclusion request within Sitemaps has actually been quite helpful in a lot of ways; in particular, it's prompted Webmasters to do some self-troubleshooting with our new tools, often highlighting simple steps they can take to fix problems that have prevented their sites from getting crawled, and saving them from the futility of filing a reinclusion request when they weren't "unincluded" intentionally, though it hasn't as of yet prevented Google employees from writing run-on sentences. Unfortunately.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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