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Is This A Recurring Theme With New Sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Robby54, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    I got bored and decided to conduct a few experiments and one thing I noticed is that with new sites, if you drip feed some very powerful links they will continue to go up and suddenly disappear and reappear around 240-260s and then "might" come back to it's original position or higher.

    I know this would be termed as "google dance" but my main question is regarding the domain dropping into the 240-260.

    I'm not new to this (for the last couple of users I've been only dealing with my sites I've had since 2001) and I never see this behavior with my aged sites, but I am somewhat new to studying the behavior of new domains and what google dose with them.

    When you guy's create newly registered domains, do you see the same violent behavior as far as the domain dropping down all the way into the 240-260's before rising back up?
     
  2. dinkish

    dinkish Power Member

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    I believe it's referred to as the Google Honeymoon, and it's not of the mild to low standard dance that other less new domains can experience day to day.

    It's like they want to to feel encouraged to index new content with new domains, and then pull the rug out from under neath you when you think you're off to a good start.
     
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  3. NMSEO

    NMSEO Newbie

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    I've had this happen before too, very good results for a couple of weeks
    and then bam, you're down across the entire domain real hard

    glad to hear that it's a new domain thing and not me doing something wrong
     
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  4. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    Yes, stuff like that happens all the time. So long as your using a solid method you should bounce back within 7-10 days or sooner.
     
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  5. Robby54

    Robby54 Regular Member

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    This is what I noticed with one of my test domains, I thought the domain got penalized ao I updated the name server to a parked page and within 3-6 day the domain came back to #8. I guess I got a little impatient..

    I have another test domain this happend to but this time im just going to watch and take notes exactly how long it takes before it pop's back up. Thus far its been 3 day..

    Also, im only using quality links, my blognetwork only consist of PR3-PR6 domains, some people on other forums were telling me that this might be a case of spammy backlinks but I know for a fact that it's not..
     
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    This is typical but I've seen it last as long as 3-4 weeks.

    I had one site that was out for 2.5 months and all of a sudden hit #1.