Your web host may have a mayor influence on your web site ranking results in search engines. The majority of web sites are not indexed or get poor search engines rankings because of web hosting companies that focus on their own benefit and profits. You can see a list of the hosting companies that are most likely to offer non-professional grade hosting here.
The following are the most common shortcomings of hosting companies:
Your site got banned because your web host cloaks
Most of the large web hosting providers are changing the content under their client's domain if the client does not immediately upload a web site or if the site is removed from the domain for a period of time. When the page is requested by a search engine crawler, the requested page is redirected to a page that the web hosting provider has changed for their own benefit it typically contains links back to the web hosting provider's website or the websites of some of their other clients to increase their link popularity. Only the search engine robots can see the changed pages because the web host captures the search before it ever reaches your website by cloaking the URL, dynamically creating false web pages and then serving them up as if they were the actual pages hosted under this domain.
Why would my website be banned by the search engines?
Search engines penalize cloaking because cloaked web page do not return the same information as the page that was in the search engine ranking. It is considered spam and it doesn't matter how the cloaking occurs. When the search engine find out about it, your website could be dropped from their index. Obviously your web host could care less about you as a customer if it is engaged in this activity.
And 99% of domain owners will never know what happened.
But if you - like many website owners - put a great amount of time and effort into your website marketing by playing by the rules and following all the guidelines like optimizing and writing good content you want to avoid getting penalized at all costs. You do this to ward off the search engine ranking and SPAM police or you pay out lots of hard earned cash to have someone do it for you.
How you can tell if your Web Site got banned
Go to Google and do a search that will return the pages you want to check for your website in their search engine rankings. Click on the "cached" copy of the web page. The copy you will see is the same one as the Googlebot sees. Carefully check the pages for unknown links. If the content of the page is different than the one you published and contains links to websites you were unaware of, there's a good chance your web host has changed them.
What should you do if you discover your domain has been misused by your web hosting company?
Contact your web hosting company immediately and also notify Google of the problem. If you've proven that your web hosting provider has changed your web pages, get another web host ASAP.
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