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Can anyone possibly sandbox their sites with scrapebox?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by mrpega, Nov 1, 2011.

  1. mrpega

    mrpega Regular Member

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    I was finding a few threads in BHW and I happened to came across a few interesting threads with scrapebox deindexing and sandboxing sites.

    While I personally wouldnt give a shit and blast my money sites right from the start and didnt encounter any problems so far, did anyone here experience sandboxing or de indexing from SERP?

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  2. Fallenintome

    Fallenintome Registered Member

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    I experienced something unusual. Im not sure if it classes as the Sandbox in the sense of the word, but my index page (Perfectly optimized, tonnes of links) was outranked by one of my crappy blog posts about it. Took about a month for it to stabalize back to normal. Sinse then i've linked in moderation. Couldn't find my index page in the serps either during that month.

    The reason I suspect it wasn't a true sandbox though is it already fixed after a month, I haven't heard success like that before.
     
  3. exbear

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    Scrapebox blasts can (but not for 100% will) deindex or make a site dance for a month, especially if it's a totally new freshly registered.
     
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    Backlinks usually don't lead to de-indexing...but it can lead to sandboxing, especially if you don't vary anchor link or build one type of backlinks too fast...
     
  5. loopline

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    I have blasted several hundred thousand urls at a single page on my money site in a weeks time and it did do the google dance for about 3 weeks. Then it came back stronger, as is the case I have seen over and over with various sites/people doing it. I have never seen a url de-indexed, but it can dance. If you stand to lose a good deal of money by your site "disappearing" from top results for a month, then I would be careful.

    Else I would invite anyone who dared to try and deindex or sandbox my site. I blast hundreds of thousands of links at it a month with scrapebox and I only see an increase in ranks (it has a solid established link profile, domain trust and age). So newer untrusted sites are more likely to dance then aged, well linked sites etc... In my experience anyway.
     
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  6. mrpega

    mrpega Regular Member

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    Thats what I thought as well..I have been blasting tens of thousands of links even spammy one everyday and they seems to be working fine..for a month old site in question..

    a little off topic here..i find that those sites that I tried to "protect" and plan it too nicely often flop and those that I dont give a shit bloom very steadily.. :)
     
  7. dannyduberstein

    dannyduberstein Junior Member

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    just wondering loopline do you blast any pr or are you only blasting a certain pr range?
     
  8. meatro

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    If you cannot afford for your site to leave the first page, then you need to solidify your position *before* you begin your linking campaign.

    A good way to do this is with paid blogroll/in-content links, such as from http://www.text-link-ads.com. It's a bit on the pricey side ($50-200/link/month depending on PR, link type, etc) but they can easily hold you in place to counteract the Google dance.

    That is why Google does not like them, you can shut off your entire AdWords campaign with a couple of strong paid links.
     
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