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Is this Sandbox or Death of blog-comments?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by 229tom, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. 229tom

    229tom Regular Member

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    About 2weeks ago I built for 2 of my sites which both were at position ~50 , about total of 100 Backlinks from do-follow blog commenting ( No this was done manually and only on pages with PR4+ and with less then 10obl So quality was the best one could get!)
    But before about 8days both of those sites seems got hit by something and both at same time landed at positions 130-150 ( i had done only blog commenting)

    Maybe Anyone else have experienced something like this now with blog comments or Could it be that my sites are just sandboxed?
     
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  2. kindit77

    kindit77 Regular Member

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    I dont think you should get worried now, you will be placed higher the moment SE determine where you should be did you spread this link over some days or you did it instantly........
     
  3. 229tom

    229tom Regular Member

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    well thats only about 100links and I didnt pinged anything so they should be re-indexed and saw overtime So I dont think that's the problem.
     
  4. kindit77

    kindit77 Regular Member

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    Index rate of high pr comment page is high so when doing such you should spread them in days
     
  5. 229tom

    229tom Regular Member

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    I have checked they get re-indexed only every 7-15days without any pings, they aren't spammed pages which gets re-indexed every day!
    So no it's not the problem.
     
  6. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    It's a google dance, don't worry
     
  7. daisy447

    daisy447 Regular Member

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    as they are subpages of websites so they don't get crawled as frequently as the homepage, so wait few more days and once Google will come to know about your backlinks overtime you will definitely see the rankings again.
    Don't forget to update your stats here :)
     
  8. 229tom

    229tom Regular Member

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    Yeah but does it takes so long?
     
  9. omida86

    omida86 Power Member

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    yes it does, the higher quality pages you submit too, the longer the google dance will be. If 10 pr10 pages link to you, your google dance could last for a month.
     
  10. elmoisred

    elmoisred Junior Member

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    Hi, ive just got scrapebox and been testing some newsites - with thousands of links! I'm not very patient to say the least.

    If it helps, I've noticed most of the sites do really well, then take a hit between 7-10 days for most phrases. I even lost one of my site's homepage into the sandbox! It doesn't last forever - I normally just continue the link building targetting more phrases and deeper urls, within another 10 days they were all back to where they were before the hit, if not higher.

    Think it could be Google's way of warning against toomuch link building in one go - kind of like a penalty until they know what to do with you, i.e whether it continues or stops. Theoretically many SEO's, spammers, newbies will panic and stop which could enforce the penalty for longer, if the links were being built by multiple sources "naturally" then they would continue.

    I hope this helps!
     
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  11. 229tom

    229tom Regular Member

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    Thanks :)
     
  12. pipskok

    pipskok Newbie

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    its god damn hard with blog commenting today!