google dance question?

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  1. arthritis

    arthritis Registered Member

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    i recently bought a xrumer service from a guy. one day later, i saw my site at #3, but now it's #27+. he said that it's google dance. i've tried googling about it (lol) but still have a few questions, and hope you guys can help me out

    1) will my site go back to number #3 after the dance ends?
    2) how long does it take to dance?
    3) can i check whether it's still under a dance, or not?

    thanks!
     
  2. jvmartija

    jvmartija Regular Member

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    The best advice is to monitor your site's rankings and keywords. No one knows when this G Dane will end.
     
  3. arthritis

    arthritis Registered Member

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    hmmm? what do i look out for then?
     
  4. Marcink99

    Marcink99 Power Member

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    you look at your ranking. If it stops jumping than dance is over.
     
  5. box0204

    box0204 Regular Member

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    any one can give a reason why that happens?
     
  6. theconfidenceman

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    1.it might but usually somewhere between the highest dancing positions
    2. about 2 weeks
    3. if its moving its still dancing. once it settles in position give or take 2-3 then its stopped dancing.
     
  7. wannabie

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    You are building other links though right?