Pinging backlinks for new site on old domain

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  1. xphase

    xphase Junior Member

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    I purchased a domain that was registered in 2003, put a site on it and ordered a 10k xrumer blast.

    Question is, should I let the links get indexed naturally or ping them to get indexed faster?

    Will the age of the domain prevent it from getting sandboxed by Google even though its technically a new site?
     
  2. xphase

    xphase Junior Member

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    No thoughts anyone?
     
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    seosuperman1 Regular Member

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    When you have a dead domain (even if it is aged) and has had no activity on it for a long time, then blasting the site with 10k backlinks at once is almost as bad as doing this to a new domain. So, the goal here is to "not" ping them (at least right away) and let them get indexed naturally. After awhile, you can then start pinging, but I would wait until I do a few blasts in a couple of months and letting them getting indexed naturally. If you want to build a link pyramid or a link wheel to the money site, then you could ping the hell out of the buffer sites from the wheel or pyramid, but I would not do it to the money site. I hope this helps.
     
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  4. sivaji

    sivaji Registered Member

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    I suggest not to ping them .. Dont over react .. YOu will be Slapped
     
  5. xphase

    xphase Junior Member

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    Thanks for the advice, that makes sense