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can g00gle sandbox individual pages on a domain?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by semilar, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. semilar

    semilar Regular Member

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    hey guys,

    I've recently started to sb blast an article on a article directory site. The article disappeared from the serps (using site:domain keyword search).
    Now I am not really sure if it was sandboxed by google, because I changed the url by mistake (I changed the title, the article directory changed the url and redirected the old one to the new one). The old url disappeared like expected, but the new one is nowhere do be found. I used a indexer tool to get google to index the new url faster like I did with the old url...
    All backlinks point to the new url through an offpage 301 since a week or so.

    I wondered if anyone got individual pages from an authority site sandboxed through mass link building?

    Wouldn't it make sense and be doable by g00gle to limit the linkspam->web 2.0->money site trick?
     
  2. simpleonline1234

    simpleonline1234 Junior Member

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    Remember that Google ranks pages not entire websites so yeah it's possible to have a single page placed into holding until Google can figure out what to do with it.

    Everypage on your site will rank for it's own keywords in Google.
     
  3. semilar

    semilar Regular Member

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    That must be new then, since the standard tactic is to linkspam a web 2.0 to death so it can give it's link juice to the money site?
     
  4. semilar

    semilar Regular Member

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    Has anyone else experience with getting individual pages on a authority domain like articles on ezine/articlesbase sandboxed by google?