Sneaky mobile redirects detected by Google


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Hello, I’m in a big problem. 9 days ago I received an email and message on Google Search Console titled "Sneaky mobile redirects detected on http://www.pcsoftworld.com/". And my site is completely vanished from Google Search. I have checked my blogger blog visiting from mobile devices but I didn’t find any redirection problem. I am using RevenueHits adnetwork and I don’t think its causing the problem. I had requested for reconsideration but yesterday I got a rejected message. Please help me…

Here is the message I got:

Google has detected sneaky redirects for mobile users on your site. This means that mobile users visiting your site are redirected to another page or are shown different content than your desktop users. This creates an unexpected experience for Google Search users and violates our Webmaster Guidelines. Therefore Google has prevented the offending pages from showing in search results. This manual spam action has been applied to pcsoftworld.com/. To reinstate these pages in search results, remove the spam and file a reconsideration request. After we determine that you have complied with our guidelines, we will remove this manual action.

The message I got after review:

View your website on a mobile phone to see that mobile users visiting your site are redirected to another page or are shown different content than your desktop users. If you do not own a mobile phone, use the mobile emulator tool in Chrome (http://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/device-mode) and select a mobile device such as Google Nexus 5 or Apple iPhone 5. Here is an example which illustrates the issue: {http://www.pcsoftworld.com/2013/02/half-dazan-bhuter-golpo-pdf.html}

Hope I’ll get some help from here.