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How you deal with Sandbox ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by karasu1995, Dec 3, 2015.

  1. karasu1995

    karasu1995 Registered Member

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    Well my domain has been sandboxed or so i think because for nearly 2+ weeks there is no ranking movement (it stucked between 19 and 21) and i bought many links however i believe that i bought too many links daily like 10-15 links daily and now my domain is just stucked there.

    In this case if the domain gets stucked, do you start over with a new domain? do you remove the backlinks and start over? or you keep the links untill sandbox pass ?
    And... how do you avoid sandbox, 1-2 links daily? how you preffer to drip feed your domain in order to avoid this sandbox.

    Either way...
    THIS SANDBOX IS REAL
     
  2. Iamtim00

    Iamtim00 Newbie

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    I've read a lot about this and have never actually been sandboxed.... Most people that I read and respect agree that it's pretty much a myth/excuse. It takes a while for links to get indexed and for you to get the right links etc. Check on your competitors and see how strong they are (maybe you belong between 19 and 21). Also, I've heard social shares help, I think it's just because social signals can help rank anyways and are often forgotten about. Hope this helps.
     
  3. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    2+ weeks is nothing. Make sure on-site SEO is solid and keep adding content. Drip a FEW natural looking links and socials and be patient and wait. If nothing happens after a month or two start another site and try different link tactics, meanwhile keep tabs on site 1 in case it indexes eventually.
     
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    That is not sandbox, that is just shitty SEO.
     
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    2 weeks too soon and as long you've not fallen in rankings, means no penalty, so should be fine...patience and continued links should help
     
  6. karasu1995

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    Define what shitty SEO means
    - Too many links at once?
    - Too many low quality links at once? (define what low quality means, i have combined inner pages with homepages backlinks, all have average 15-30 pa/da)

    Either way, i will start over with slow drip feed and just high metrics backlinks...

    But i saw many competitors ranking with many "spammy low-average metrics" links and they are staying in top just fine, i guess they builded the links slowly as well then? From this we can conclude the fact that trying to rank faster is not working anymore in 2015, is not about the links quality (they are fine)

    I am not sure if this is sandbox, but the rankings wont budge anymore, no matter how many links i throw at, and continuing to build backlinks its discouraging and pretty useless..

    I believe you guys have similar problems ?
     
  7. macdonjo3

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    That's what I'm thinking. 2 weeks of no movement really isn't that much.
     
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  8. Peter Ngo

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    Many members here are confused between having low authority domain and having a sandboxed domain.

    In your case, it sounds like you are having a low authority domain rather than being sandboxed.

    Can you please elaborate what types of links you have built? You should be able to see some small movement from 2-4 weeks, and full power in 4-8 weeks. Depends on keyword competition obviously.
     
  9. Alieve

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    There's nothing shit like SanBox....

    You are stuck because your site doesn't meant to be on top results or you have done something wrong...

    Mostly people complain this because they start link building from the first day....

    The best practice for new site...
    1. Let SE Index your complete site
    2. Let your site bounce in SE atleast for 7 - 10 days. (Do Not build links)
    3. Create and optimize social profiles.
    4. Try to get some traffic for social media.
    5. Check the current standings of your site after 10 days (GA, GWT)
    6. Redo on-page and optimize your content (Try to keep KW Density around 1.5% - 2%)
    7. Start building links. (Paid Blog post, else web 2.0's with unique content)

    Solution for you...

    1. Redo on-page
    2. add more content
    3. get some social shares and social traffic
    4. Replicate competitor's link profile...
     
  10. renzuken

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    if you have old site with stable good rankings (speaking of all links inlcuding inner pages are ranking too) and try to redirect it to new domain (new not revive domain and do not use WMT change of address) and observe your serps ranking if it will rank in long term like your old website.. ofcourse in first week up to first month you will notice your old keywords are ranking to the new domain,but believe me it wont long last until google finds you..this is tried and tested by me, im always experiencing this on my client in the past

    there is only 1 method to bypass google sandbox but its a secret :)

    guys sandboxed is exist do not believe on guru clowns to waste your time

    incase on the OP problem, its looks like your newly bought domain maybe have a penalty issue with google or maybe it have bad reputation in past, there so many factors on your problem but your issue maybe not about sandbox at all

     
  11. mickyfu

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    Can't get page one, blame the mythical sandbox. At least you have out done the people stuck on page four who blame the page four sandbox, So chin up son.

    Who knows, one day you may be stuck at position two, then you can blame the position 1 sandbox.

    You know my websites that don't rank? Here is a secret, they don't rank because they are shit, the person above me rank because their sites are better
     
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