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The Google Dance

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by moose123, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. moose123

    moose123 Regular Member

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    Just want some opinions, i lanched a couple sites about 2 weeks ago they jumped around pg 1-2, for the last 4-5 days they are no where to be found any ideas, all articles are original.
     
  2. paulcarter97

    paulcarter97 Regular Member

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    Do you spam backlink on it.
     
  3. jascoken

    jascoken Senior Member

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    This is completely normal behaviour for a new site...

    The first few months is all about establishing some steady link velocity - so just build slowly and gradually and ramp up.

    Try to keep it to quality content-based links at the start. Hitting new domains with large low-quality low-content link blasts can make a new site bounce all over the place. Avoid big SB/Comment/Profile blasts to a new domain, unless they're to 2nd/3rd tiers beneath content links.
     
  4. Bisturi

    Bisturi Junior Member

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    Google loves fresh content, especially if its unique. I believe the Google dance is partially influenced by this factor. In fact, I have noticed I rank better if I post content daily instead of every 3 days (for the record, I only post unique 500+ wds content).
     
  5. raven123

    raven123 Regular Member

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    Don't worry too much. I have a month old site and it's dancing all over the place. Tried setting up some threads to ask for advice, if you want you can check them out!
     
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    Same thing happens to my new site.
     
  7. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    Nothing to worry about, just keep building links. ;)

    site:url.com on Google still shows your site right?
     
  8. ksy213

    ksy213 Power Member

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    be patience. I'm sure your site will bounce back up
     
  9. eiulii

    eiulii Newbie

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    it needs time to be indexed on various engines and to get quick you need to get some backlinks and traffics as well, market ur site on the social networks it helps to get it quick.
     
  10. markhenry121

    markhenry121 Elite Member

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    Keep building links and have patience your sites will soon get ranked on google.
     
  11. abelous09

    abelous09 Newbie

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    yes one of my new site was dancing for 2 months and now im on a first page for good :)


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    Last edited: Feb 13, 2012
  12. keiko

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    It happens to new sites, it's not rare for websites to reach very high positions and than drop down. Be patient and position will be stabilized. Generate quality links.