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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by xiangzhanger, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. xiangzhanger

    xiangzhanger Newbie

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    A new website, no more than 1 month old. I made some changes to the titles of site, that was 16 days ago and then busy link bulding. Homepage (http://www.homepage.com )and an inner page ( http://www.homepage.com/abc ) r my targeted keywords related promoting pages.
    here is the result:
    1. Homepage is fine. If link:http://www.homepage.com in yahoo, get about 160 backlinks. not many, i think

    2. what puzzles me is the inner page.

    If i search the URL in google, it doesn't show, i thought it is not indexed yet... but a little bit too long... i almost did the same link-building amout to homepage and the inner page

    if i site:http://www.homepage.com, or even site:http://www.homepage.com/abc the inner page URL does appear. then i thought of sandbox.

    Did i link bulding too much? i checked the google webmaster, it says i get 504 backlinks to the homepage, but none to the inner page. BTW, yahoo says about 100 backlinks to the inner page.

    And i also checked other urls, like http://www.homepage.com/edf, they do appear when i site:http://www.homepage.com, but none when i searched them directly in google. i havn't done anything to them. Is it possible the whole site sandboxed?? lol

    i'm quite new...so anyone can help me out?? should i just wait and see??
     
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  2. risefromdeath

    risefromdeath Power Member

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    well the links in google search are always less than the actual number of links..the actual links are shown in yahoo site explorer or backlinkwatch...
    I dont think its sandboxing..
    Thanks
     
  3. kodkod

    kodkod Registered Member

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    Yes google most of the times show a bigger value of index pages then what they accualy index (i don't know why it happens) tho u can try browsing to the last search results page then it will update itself
     
  4. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    This has nothing to do with any sandbox effect as you have not mentioned SERP position. Indexing is not a factor with regard to the sandbox.

    I suggest a change of thread title.
     
  5. web_i

    web_i Junior Member

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    I agree with Micallef, sandboxed would remove all positioning what so ever

    go here and try to see your results : http://www.comparecaffeine.com/ just to make sure
     
  6. xiangzhanger

    xiangzhanger Newbie

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    thanks all guys, i forgot to mention the third day after i changed the thread of the title, i used Xrumer and sent more than 4000 links ( Half success: more than 10000, lol, i don't know what that means ).
    Because it is a new site... so no positioning yet, no change of position...
    is that a punish then?
    Still not indexed. And why the homepage is fine... or maybe not..??
     
  7. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    Blasting a site with xrumer before it's indexed.

    nice work.
     
  8. xiangzhanger

    xiangzhanger Newbie

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    You r amazed, i guess....so just because of that...Good