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Sandbox work-around? Maybe?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wkrappen91, Sep 21, 2010.

  1. wkrappen91

    wkrappen91 Power Member

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    Lets say ive registered a domain, and got 3 TLDs with it
    so xxx * c0 m
    xxx * n3 t
    and
    xxx * inf 0

    now lets say i only do natural backlinks to my * c0 m domain, but blast the **** out of the * n3 t or * inf 0 one.
    1) will google connect the dots and sandbox both?
    if not
    say a) * n3 t gets sandboxed, whatever didnt want to use it anyways.
    but if b) my * n3 t doesnt get sandboxed, i could hit up a 301 to my * c0 m and get all the juice?
    or if the * n3 t gets sandboxed, i could just wait for it to get out of the sand and then 301 it to the * c0 m .

    Good idea?
    bad idea?
     
  2. S7apster

    S7apster Junior Member

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    No, g00gle won't sandbox a dot com if you blast the dot net with the same name....messing around with connecting them with a redirect is a different story.