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Can't get my site out of Google Sandbox!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by smolodoys, Sep 16, 2010.

  1. smolodoys

    smolodoys Regular Member

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    Alot of people will say that google sandbox doesn't exist but it does, I have been ranking with one of my site on the second page of google and thought that I should step it up a notch and started building massive amount of backlnks and guess what now, my site is gone and has been for more then a month I think, I only used senuke none of that scrapbox or xrumer stuff.

    I'm not ranking for the keyword I was at all, my site is no where to be found. It does show up when I type my url and other page of my site still rank for the keyword it was but not my main page.

    Recently I've made an ultimate change to my front page, have changed everything, template, meta tag etc. and even set new 301 redirect and just today google cached it but still it won't rank and won't show up for the keyword that I'm going after, any ideas and suggeestions? Seeking professional help and willing to pay. Thank you!
     
  2. volund

    volund Senior Member

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    How old is your site?
    How many backlinks did you have when you started your senuke runs?
    Did you make the on-site changes before or after your senuke run?
    Have you built any links since or did you do a run or two and then stop?
    How does your link profile compare to the top sites for your keyword?
     
  3. bigg_capp

    bigg_capp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yesterday G00glemonster posted a link to an ebook called G00gle Sandbox fix. People started using the techniques and actually got out of the Sandbox. You might want to gie it a try.

    If you look under Googlemonster's name you will see it as Post #2045742
     
  4. c10h12n2o

    c10h12n2o Newbie

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    wow thats a bummer... but g00glemonster's fix certainly is encouraging

    good luck
     
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    aldragon Power Member

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    Maybe I'm being paranoid but I have been with the idea that there someone from Big G in this forum constantly.
     
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  7. semjuice

    semjuice Newbie

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    First, check to see if your site is still indexed by typing:

    site:hxxp://yoursite.com

    If it is, you're fine and it's not really sandboxed but rather suffering from Google's ranking 'dance' and might still come back. If pages are indexed, check your cache dates to see if they are right after you made your big changes.

    If your site is NOT showing, then it can be sandboxed...you have to go through the 'reclusion request' process.