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Is there a chance i will be sandboxed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JohnyJ, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. JohnyJ

    JohnyJ Junior Member

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    Hi all

    been using this forum for a while now, i try to help when i can but i'm still learning.

    I have an e-commerce website for my shop that has a PR of 3, the domain is about 4 or 5 years old.

    the site has a PA of 45, DA of 35 (seo moz)
    55,000 links from only 587 root domains (370 class c) (majestic)

    I've only recently taken on the link building myself as I'm sick of paying high prices and getting no movement from seo companies.

    So far I've been using a few services on this forum and buying homepage links on some high pr sites and a lot of on topic sites.

    I'm happy to say that i've had great movement on all my keywords within the first 2 weeks but i need to bring more to my game.

    I'm thinking about buying scrape box and some private proxies, then blast daily just as a base to my link building strategy.

    my question is with a pr of 3 and my domain being 4/5 years old, is it possible my site could end up removed from google?

    Also how many links do you think it would be safe to blast on a daily basis?

    one last question, in experience of people who have had big google dances from scrape box blasting, how long is it roughly you stay low in the serps before you go back to your normal position or higher?

    With the shop and staff we have a lot of over heads and i don't really want to drop massively for our keywords even if temporary.
     
  2. smarttips

    smarttips Junior Member

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    I think that domain age of your site is good enough and PR is also fine.. So there is less chances for sandbox.. But keep in mind that if you will follow any unnatural or suspicious linkbuilding to your site then it may get some penalty(I have faced such penalty even having much older site and 5 PR).. So follow slow and steady linkbuilding..
     
  3. JohnyJ

    JohnyJ Junior Member

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    Ok thanks, I'm a bit more nervous now. If I stuck to anywhere up to 2000 a day would this be safe guys?
     
  4. Earnings

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    So your going to buy Scrapebox and just link directly to your domain?

    Thats a bad idea which won`t get you anywhere far. Google loves Web 2.0 and Social Networks now days, I would say get a different software which does these. I hear Zenno poster is an absolute beast, you can automate endless amounts of diverse link building processes.

    I`d suggest that, it will do you much better than Scrapebox.

    Also, when getting into link building for the first time, I`d recommend learning about the Google Panda Update. It absolutely outlines what they are heading towards, which is social driven websites that provide the consumer with what they need and at an interesting and useful level.