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how can i get out of the sandbox....

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by cdc515, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. cdc515

    cdc515 Power Member

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    Can anyone give me ideas on how to get out of the sandbox?

    Here is what i did.

    My site is new only 3 months old, i built like 40K profile links (only 16K of those are public ones) to it this month hoping to get it ranked and i have dissapeared from the ranks for most of my keywords, i only rank for 2 of them and its at position 300-400.

    Before u tell me its a google dance it has been like this for close to 2-3 weeks and i have not seen any change.

    I checked a site to see if i have a google penalty and it said i have a severe penalty...not sure if those sites are correct or not but just letting u know.

    I am sure that i couldnt have got the penalty from the profile links because google surely wont find them all for quite some time now.

    I also performed a blog comments to 18K blogs (only about a few hundred actually stuck) using SB and a AMR run to each inner page which got me about 5K links back to my entire site, 385 links per URL.

    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated on how to get out of this thing.

    Should i keep building links or just wait for the problem to fix itself?
     
  2. dgfalk

    dgfalk Power Member

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    Holly cow why would you build so many backlinks to a 3 month old site? Anyways just keep building links daily, itll help you get out faster than if you were to just let it sit and do nothing.
     
  3. navimeister

    navimeister Regular Member

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    I have read somewhere that if you change the structure of the site, theme, content, urls, you will likely get out of the sandbox. Never tried it myself.

    Also, this is old but may work:

    Code:
    http://forums.searchenginewatch.com/showthread.php?t=9137
     
  4. cdc515

    cdc515 Power Member

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    i dont think the amount of links has anything to do with it the other site i built at the same time using the same methods above is ranking strong for all keywords.

    should i try and get the links indexed will that help?

    I was thinking about running aggressive posting in xrumer to the backlinks to juice them up and make them more authority, do you think this will work?
     
  5. oinky222

    oinky222 Regular Member

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    buy a new domain, and use a 301 redirect on each of the individual pages of the sandboxed domain to a corresponding page on the new domain.

    301 redirects pass on link juice, so you'll still get credit for the links you built, but they don't pass on the sandbox filter, so you can continue to build them without any hesitation of getting sandboxed
     
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  6. OnlineGodfather

    OnlineGodfather Senior Member

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    Check for the ExtraWinners SEO TOOLBOX service in the services section of this forum. He can help you out with that.
     
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  7. bobbys

    bobbys Regular Member

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    Most of what people advise for getting out of the "Sandbox" is just conjecture and oppinion. There is no definitive
    way to get your site back ranking high except time, sometimes weeks, sometimes months..

    Though continuing to post original content (not scraped and spun junk) has done the trick a few times for me..
     
  8. SecretMoney

    SecretMoney Regular Member

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    you need to be more patience
     
  9. bizroot

    bizroot Supreme Member

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    True You need more patience while promoting your site... If Google is not showing any backlink or not indexing any link it doesn't mean they haven't crawled that page... They may have crawled but decided not to index...

    You overdid... Either start new site or keep posting good content and keep making backlinks but in consistent way... Never blast main site with SB or xrumer... Create feeder sites for that purpose... With time it will come back...
     
  10. hilool

    hilool Newbie

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    does that really work? anyone else tried that?
     
  11. galpeleg

    galpeleg BANNED BANNED

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    add content and backlinks till its back!
     
  12. zverr

    zverr Regular Member

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    As others said add new, original, quality content. Also something that almost always works for me is adding links from comments on high pr pages. Do the comments manually and try to make them unique. Stop spamming with softwares, you already have more than enough automated links. What you need is a different kind of links.