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Sanboxed, out of sandbox, deindexed

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jenha, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. jenha

    jenha Newbie

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    Hello,

    I have a website that is about 2.5 month old. After a few weeks since I launched website I managed to get good rankings for my keywords. I just focused on manual linkbuilding like social bookmarking, posting to relevant forums and I posted few articles on squidoo. Than my website got sandboxed for 6 weeks. After this 6 weeks, my website was back on first page.
    After 7 days in serp, my website got sandboxed again and few days later google completely deindexed my website.
    I would appreciate any advice - what should I do? Should i wait or submit reinclusion request?
     
  2. markomarkogame

    markomarkogame Power Member

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    That sux. I suggest moving on cause that site is pretty much dead. I mean i never experienced Sandboxing, Ranking up, Dropping ranks than Deindexing
     
  3. hurn

    hurn Power Member

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    see webmaster tool and figure out the problem.
     
  4. bertbaby

    bertbaby Elite Member

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    Can you provide a little more info about content and your competition?
     
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    HostStage Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member UnGagged Attendee

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    Quite weird ! How could you be deindexed with manual backlinking :(.

    When i build a website, this is what I do :

    I purchase the domain as soon as i know (first thing i look for actually)

    I do the developpement, with all my projects it takes months. Then, the domain is old enough to be slighty scrapeboxed, blasted.

    But i do this smartly. 1 campain a day with SB but i do not exceed 1k submitted, unless i know the AA rates is very low (edu/gov backlinks)

    Xrumer from time to time and wisely, i don't exeed 100 posts and 100 profiles.

    Web 2.0 properties and there i spam the hell out of them ...

    So far, few sandboxes but i came out and ranking higher so far, on a tough KW.
     
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    shadowedsniper Junior Member

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    What niche were you in? My understanding is that google will not deindex your site unless you violate their most primitive guidelines (like white text, white bg, selling paid links, huge keyword stuffing, etc.)

    Pharm / other illegal content would definitely raise your chances.
     
  7. edgematch

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    I just want to say: (first submit a reconsideration request for your site. It sometimes works. Make a plain and great explanation telling how important and unique your site is and how it is contributing to our daily life/knowledge.)

    Nobody here knows the answer of your question!!!:) (if your request is denied by google)
     
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  8. jenha

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    First of all many thanks all for replies and suggestions.
    My niche is coupons/deals. Webmaster tools shows all pages are indexed, but when i type in google site:mydomain I recieve zero results. I submitted all my inner pages in cca 60 social bookmarking websites, maybe the problem is that I used the same description and title? Now I try to edit bookmarks with different descriptions and titles, maybe this would help to reindex my website...
     
  9. Dang3r81

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    Sorry bro to hear that,

    but when your site with site:mydomain.com is deindexed, then it would be deindexed manually.

    For this you must fill a request by google for reindexing. But in the most cases, you become a answer that you must do fix the errors on your site, but they say you not which errors.

    Have you give deals for coupons and your coupons are not real?

    Cheers
     
  10. dragonrage01

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    check your onsite seo.
     
  11. topsytips

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    One of my sites was sandboxed and it was completely whitehat. So, I know how totally frustrating and confusing this can be.

    However, what I think may have caused it, in my case, was that I used a theme that had been shared in the downloads section. This had hidden links to several dubious sites. I thought that I had cleaned the theme initially by removing links in the footer but, without me realising it, links were subsequently being inserted after every post and comment.

    Anyhow, sorted this out and sent a request to Google for re-consideration. Not only did my site get re-indexed but it also got a PR1. Took an absolute age mind.

    I'm not saying that this is what has happened to you, but am merely providing an example as to how easy it is to get sandboxed without realising why.

    Best of luck! :)
     
  12. Kaithe.Clarke

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    The sandbox is a myth. All new sites tend to get an initial artificial boost in Google when the are first found. After a period of time, they then settle to their natural rankings. That is all that has happened to your site; it now ranks where it ranks."
    - John Mu (Google Employee)

    Since no such thing as ‘sandbox' exists, you need to let your website seep into the search results by optimizing it properly. Maybe your niche is too competitive to rank easily. You need to work on that!
     
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    Weird, maybe Big G doesn't like Coupon Sites. I'm having similar Problems.
    I've built a Coupon Site myself about 4 months ago when I got hit by Panda on a few other Sites. So I made this Coupon Site with self written unique content.
    Slowly started to build Backlinks and withing 4 weeks the Site was getting some good traffic. I've made 500 Euros within a months. Then on August 23 I had a traffic Spike, the next day Traffic started to decrease and on August 30 traffic dropped to almost zero. Just a few hits from Google Images.

    Traffic is still dead and I've been very careful with that domain, no SB Blast, no Bookmarking no Pinging, just traded links. Must be because it's a coupon Site.
    Google wanted to buy Groupon a while ago and just bought Zane Networks a Coupon Company.....makes me wonder.