iAcquire Delisted From Google For Its Mediation In Link Buying
iAcquire, the search marketing agency, was deindexed from Google search engines results. The reason the site was banned is because iAcquire took part in buying links for clients.
Reports say that the website of one of the most popular agency iAcquire that specializes on Internet marketing has been deindexed from Google. The reason of iAcquire’s ban was allegedly its mediation in buying links for clients.
Therefore, currently upon the request of search operator site Google doesn’t return any pages from the iAcquire’s website.
However, it’s worth noting that iAcquire does not close its content or separate pages and its elements with robots.txt files. This means that the site’s removal from Google’s index is either a weird bug of search engine and the site will be restored soon or deliberate penalty applied to the agency by Google (such bans are more likely are delivered manually).
In his turn, iAcquire’s Director Mike King confirmed that the website of his agency was really removed from Google’s search engine. Concerning the reason, Mike thinks the problem is in iAcqure’s intermediation in buying links for clients and as Google hadn’t disclosed any link networks that could be banned, the company decided to delist iAcquire’s website.