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New Site, Backlinks vs. Sandbox Question.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by contemptx, Oct 26, 2009.

  1. contemptx

    contemptx Regular Member

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    Ok,

    I have always worked with established sites, e.g. purchased established sites and built them up or built them up over a couple of years before really pushing them with link building etc..

    However...

    Im looking to launch a new site that I suppose mainly I would like to get traffic to pretty fast & build the base backlinks so that later I can really push it with the likes of Xrumer etc..

    So Im wondering..

    Whats the best way to start the traffic / backlinks off?

    The main thing I dont want to do it get the site sandboxed, but at the same time I want to get the site built up pretty quickly.

    Would working with social networking / social bookmarketing straight off the bat get the domain sandboxed?

    I suppose this question could go for any site thats fresh of the press and looking to gain a good start but not so good that it gets penalised for it.

    I posted this in BH mainly because im more into BH, however im also open to WH if its what has to be done.

    Thanks for your time.
     
  2. Kakucis

    Kakucis Registered Member

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    Do an article submission.
    Submit pages to social bookmarking sites
    Comment spamming(at the beginning do it manually)
    Link exchange
    Link biting.
    Web 2.0 pages.

    Make a doorways(3 level) and you can start with xrumer from very beginning, but not on your domain.
     
  3. kryseo

    kryseo Regular Member

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    It seems slowly dripping a few links daily is a safer way to go to launch new sites.

    I am one of those that have tested quick launch link building for totally new domains. It used to work perfectly with hundreds of links a day last year but somehow things changed in the past couple of months.

    Most of the new sites get sandboxed once you send too many links a day (over 50). For mine, its about 90% of my new sites that faced this issue since around July this year. Thats when I realised that google has changed their algorithm. However, I tried mass backlinking for 2 year-old sites with great results. Seems that domain age has a factor in it.

    It is weird but the this month I have launched 2 totally new sites, with one of them slowly dripping a few links a day at a time and it stays in google throughout with page one rankings for the product name. The other site I have built like 50 backlinks in a day and it is no where in sight since.
     
  4. kryseo

    kryseo Regular Member

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    It seems slowly dripping a few links daily is a safer way to go to launch new sites.

    I am one of those that have tested quick launch link building for totally new domains. It used to work perfectly with hundreds of links a day last year but somehow things changed in the past couple of months.

    Most of the new sites get sandboxed once you send too many links a day (over 50). For mine, its about 90% of my new sites that faced this issue since around July this year. Thats when I realised that google has changed their algorithm. However, I tried mass backlinking for 2 year-old sites with great results. Seems that domain age has a factor in it.

    It is weird but the this month I have launched 2 totally new sites, with one of them slowly dripping a few links a day at a time and it stays in google throughout with page one rankings for the product name. The other site I have built like 50 backlinks in a day and it is no where in sight since.
     
  5. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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