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Sandbox? I think I sit in it now, WTF!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sunshyne, Nov 23, 2010.

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  1. sunshyne

    sunshyne Regular Member

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    I have read about this magical place where bad websites have to sit for a timeout and never knew wtf people were talking about until yesterday. I built a new site for some local SEO clients im building sites for and the only thing I have done is a small SB blast and some profile linkage (4k)

    The site was climbing and then boom! Totally disappeared from the face of G. :eek:

    I have about 10 others in various stages with far more links and such so I am not sure why this one was singled out. Any ideas as to what I can do get back in the good graces of Page #1?

    thanks in advance, and thanks for letting me vent lol
     
  2. aznxmtg

    aznxmtg Regular Member

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    Keep linking at that same rate and post unique fresh content.
     
  3. CoderZero

    CoderZero Registered Member

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    use an already established domain name. brand new domains are asking to be flagged.
     
  4. lablinks

    lablinks Senior Member

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    Well, there is another thing. G & Y temporarily rank new sites high for some period, then they go to their deserved spot.
     
  5. hpv222

    hpv222 Power Member

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    this is sandbox:
    site:yoursite.com
    gives you 0 results

    finding your site on page 209 of Google means that you need to do more blasts; again - new sites + sb = not a good idea

    on a new site you can go whitehattish though - manual commenting, very few links, mix them with links from articles, etc.
     
  6. biteablegravy

    biteablegravy Registered Member

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    I've mentioned this before, but I've never seen a viral page get penalized for getting backlinks too quickly. I think the important part is that the links are coming from different sources to give a nice big footprint.

    You should keep in mind that it's not natural for 4,000 people named "keyword" to comment on your hot new site on random blog sites. Add a nice mix of keyword anchors, "click here" and other random anchors, and have them coming from multiple different sources.

    Imagine the kind of footprint a viral site would leave, and try to emulate that.
     
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    saemakhan Newbie

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    amazing for very useful that are person which related to internet
     
  8. darshan1994

    darshan1994 BANNED BANNED

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    In my experience, sandbox is hard time and building links constantly is the easiest thing to do. Google will think your site was getting links "naturally" if you keep the pace up. If you drop linkbuilding than it will think, it was you and stopped as soon as you experienced its sandbox. Build some .edu links and they would help increase your chance to dig through the sandbox. .edu are supposed to be what makes your site more "trustable"
    Hi there, you make no sense to me sorry. If you are new and trying to get post, I think you would be better learning than making this kind of post.
     
  9. andreyg13

    andreyg13 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    yep i agree, as for new sites that rate is a bit high, try waiting for a month or two before like that. don't worry about sandbox, your site will come out of there eventually, it will not stay there forever, just keep building links to it, would not hurt to go a little bit whitehat also.
     
  10. vampirerocks123

    vampirerocks123 Regular Member

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    Building your backlinks steadily will make the search engine feel better. You must maintain the flow of building the backlinks. It must not be building over 10000 backlinks within a day and taking over rest for 10 days. Rather you can build (xxxx) a day on regular basis.
     
  11. greenleaf4u

    greenleaf4u BANNED BANNED

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    since the webpage was new, get flagged and in order to blast 1000s of backlinks u need to have atleast 1year old or so in order to make it. but keep building backlinks but in a slower rate and u do fine in time.
     
  12. falconer

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    Not sure about older sites less likely to be sandboxed.....one of my 1999 registered sites is currently in this dark hole.......

    Has been for months and non of the 'tried and tested' methods are making one bit of difference.........
     
  13. chichantre

    chichantre Junior Member

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    That means your site is not indexed/deindexed! Not sandboxed! If even there is such a thing.

    OP, if you haven't in fact been deindexed, you just need to keep building links consistently and from diverse sources.

    IF you have been deindexed, then you have a legitamate problem. Otherwise, just keep going.