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What do I do with my sandboxed sites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by omoxx, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. omoxx

    omoxx Regular Member

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    I have a lot of my sites sandboxed, possibly due to scrapebox overdoing (beware!)
    What is more convenient: Try to get them out of the sandbox through adding many more articles and more high PR sites Backlinks or

    Making up new sites (avoiding the SB methods)and leaving the sandboxed ones alone (sooner or later they would come back reloaded)?

    Thanxxx
     
  2. webmast

    webmast Regular Member

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    Leave them alone. Just add high quality content every week or so. After 3-6 months they might reappear in the SERP. In the meantime work on other projects.
    Direct blasting new sites with Scrapebox seems to be the stupidest thing a webmaster can do right now.
     
  3. rebox

    rebox Newbie

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    Definitely, just leave them for now, start working on more. They key to consistent income is to consistently be making new sites.
     
  4. omoxx

    omoxx Regular Member

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    What do you suggest to promote a new site and do not be sandboxed?

    What is your workflow when you upload a new site to your server?:confused:

    Thanxxx
     
  5. webmast

    webmast Regular Member

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    In-content links from related sites. Either buy them or build your own blog satellites.
    + unique content (try to update your sites a few times a week)
    + social bookmarking & article directories (can be easily outsourced)