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How do I age My site properly for Google Sandbox

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by gamemerlin, May 2, 2011.

  1. gamemerlin

    gamemerlin Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I want to start a couple dozen micro niche sites. These will all be new domains, so I will run into the Google Sandbox. What is the proper way to age these domains?

    1) do i just buy the domain and site on it for 1 year will that be enough to remove sand box?
    2) do i need to get some links into the new domain before google will age the site?
    3) do i need to put up content for google to age my site?

    I guess what i what to do is spend the first 6 months doing keyword research and building up my portfolio of domains before I start to do any work on my sites. I'd rather do this because it is the best way I feel i can use my time, rather than get links that won't count for 6 months or longer.

    I have read that google ages links, the domain, and possibly content, so I am confused. Is it just links or the domain? and do i need to have content starting out or can i just park my page?
     
  2. ash1ey

    ash1ey BANNED BANNED

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    To avoid the sandbox simply avoid building too many backlinks early on.

    For the first week or so just focus on putting content up and building a hand full of links. Build up your links slowly over the coming weeks and you should be fine.