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How to prevent sandboxing?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by emerica1184, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. emerica1184

    emerica1184 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'm really anxious to start using some scripts and other things to get my new site indexed. What are the precautions i need to take to insure my site isn't sadboxed?
     
  2. deki33

    deki33 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Sandbox doesn't exist !
    Just use link diversity.
     
  3. macdonjo3

    macdonjo3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Sandbox is over rated. So what if you get sandboxed for 1 or 2 months, when you are unsandboxed, you will come out on top. ;)

    As long as you don't index your backlinks at one time, you will be good. I say make the backlinks, wait 30-45 days, then index them all, even though some will be indexed already. So it will index over time, gradually ranking up.

    Macdonjo3
     
  4. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    well.. unfortunately i believe in the sandbox now. haven't got out of it for a while now.
    but, try to social bookmark when you backlinks, your like the above guy said, diversify
     
  5. Blaatje

    Blaatje Power Member

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    I didn't believe in sandboxing either, but now, after a few days of seeing my site climb the serps, I find myself not seeing ANY ranks anymore. I use market samurai to track the ranks, but now instead of getting ranks, I get - for all keywords.

    I guess I'll have to wait it out...
     
  6. bilbo

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    How can people say " I dont believe in sandbox" when clearly there is a think called sandbox?

    I try to sandbox some of my sites that are longterm seo projects as they always come out stronger
     
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    neutralhatter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There may be a discussion on what the sandbox is.
    Fact is that there can be thousands of reasons why you get deindexed and not come back by using the same methods. diversity may be the answer but not necessarely.
    Can't you think of a way you would solve the issues that search engines have...
    Tagging websites you don't trust, deindexing them, pushing them a bit to the back if your not sure....

    If the sandbox is a simplified term for not being able to rank using regular methods, then the sandbox exists...
     
  8. richlondon18

    richlondon18 Junior Member

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    I do believe in the sandbox simply because it exists, have seen it way too often over the last couple of years for it to be fictional.

    I tend to throw up my sites with a couple of unique posts and add a few high quality links then just leave it to ferment for 3-4 weeks before doing anything lese with the site and it seems to work