Blacklist Lookup

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Blacklist Lookup


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About Blacklist Lookup

When a website is in a blacklist, the search engine is expelling a site from their list. When a website is blacklisted, it loses almost 95% of its organic traffic, which can rapidly affect revenue. Usually, a website gets into blacklist when it contains something harmful to the user, for example, malware.

Question's and Answer's

You can use the following steps to make sure your website is not blocklisted by Google. Being blocklisted will affect your SEO ranking.

If it states there is no unsafe content, Google is not blocking your website and no further action is required.

If yo want to Know How to remove Google blocklist warning: Visit https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/security/hacked/request_review

The blacklist lookup will show is your domain or IP marked as spam:
Enter URL or IP address and press “Check”.
Get a report with spam list databases.
Check if your domain or IP is blacklisted.

When a website is in a blacklist, the search engine is expelling a site from their list. When a website is blacklisted, it loses almost 95% of its organic traffic, which can rapidly affect revenue. Usually, a website gets into blacklist when it contains something harmful to the user, for example, malware.

Determine your blacklist status.
Remove malware from your site.
Submit a report and wait for your site to be whitelisted.
Increase your security measures to prevent future blacklisting.
Rebuild your site's reputation and visibility.

If you want to see whether your domain is being blocked by a specific site, you can search by that site either the IP address or domain. Use a Blacklist Checker Tool.