Notice that Google says there is no information available for this URL? This means that the
URL is no longer in Google's database.
If you enter a brand new website into Google, you'll always get this message until the website
has been indexed. But, in this case, our website has been banned by Google for some reason.
Another way you can quickly see if your website has been banned is by:
Viewing the Google Toolbar.
Download the Google Toolbar here:
Once it's installed, simply visit your website. If the Google toolbar is completely gray, this
means you have been banned by Google.
Ok, so now we know how to tell if our website has been banned.
What can cause your website to get banned?
There are many onpage ranking factors AND offpage ranking factors that can cause Google to
ban your website. Today, we'll focus on only the onpage things that can cause your site
to get banned.
Before I begin, I want you to know that many websites still get away with doing some of these
things. They DO NOT help your rankings and are simply a waste of time, so don't try them.
Sooner or later Google will catch up to these websites and will remove them. It's just not worth
the risk, when doing them doesn't help your ranking to begin with.
* Note: Most SEOs call this "gray barred".