Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by UnDerDoG81, Jan 8, 2010.
It goes to show that sandboxed websites come out eventually and quite often have better rankings.
I believe what you said is true.
I think that Google sandboxes a site to see if the webmaster will still work on it. if the webmaster does than Google over a time frame will release it.
Yep, it seems like all those links that you built over the course of the sandbox really did boost your site up a lot. Don't be too cocky though, keep building links as your rankings might drop a bit after the inital boost.
nice one bro
i am very interested in it
can you show us your website and keyword
and how do you do your linkbuilding ?
I experienced this several times. and usually the site have been hit sandboxed, when the site is out of the sandboxed, that site will have a better ranking in SERPs.
so when our site get sandboxed, we must continue to create backlinks and update content.
Good Work Dude
good job man, very happy for you. It is good to get encouraging experience for guys on the verge of giving up. Just keep on doing what you are doing and you'll be fine, heck even better than fine with 60K searches.
In general IMO sandboxes happen due to unusual activity, as many shady characters will turbo charge their exposure, and look for short term gain, G will give you brake if they notice you keep on working on the site.
Wow, man that's a good One, LOL. geez
What was the name of your site?
The WORST what can happen is 6 months sandbox (for low quality sites)..otherwise people report 3 months. So..for the majority of users you need to wait 3 months....just use the time to build BL and add good content.
This is great to hear! A couple of my sites are in google sandbox and I was a bit unsure that building links constantly gets you out. Thanks for sharing this Hopefully I will be out soon too!
EDIT: Sorry I was wrong, ignore this post
Good job man, this has given me some motivation to continue building links on my sandboxed site.
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