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Cannot Understand Google Sandbox

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by holli, Jun 2, 2011.

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    I have 4 sites, and use the same way to optimize the ranking.
    some months later, only one site can find keywords ranking,the others cannot find any page in Google, So I donot know what kind of behavior may cause sandbox!!!!!!!!!!
     
    holli, Jun 2, 2011 IP
  2. andrewpg

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    #2
    Can you elaborate more? If you, the one who did the SEO do not know, how can we know?
    We don't have crystal balls lol.
    Maybe your domain name is new so it will not rank easily.
     
    andrewpg, Jun 5, 2011 IP
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    #3
    easiest definition of sandbox would be to get penalized by Google for using unethical methods of promotion
     
    rick j foster, Jun 7, 2011 IP
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    Google Sandbox
    the google sandbox effect is a theory used to explain why newly-registered domains or domains with frequent ownership changes rank poorly in google search engine results pages.
     
    rajivranjna, Jun 17, 2011 IP
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    #5
    hello friend
    thanks for sharing about sandbox
     
    kumarpyasa, Jun 23, 2011 IP
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    #6
    There might be a problem with your SEO strategies. Google sandbox might not be the only reason.
     
    ranjithsf1, Jul 3, 2011 IP
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    #7
    Different Keywords have different performance, so this is normal, not an accident!
     
    chipshow, Jul 11, 2011 IP
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    Hi,
    If you are trying to rank for top keywords with the first three sites it is no wonder that you cant rank, whereas if the last site is about say doghouses, then its likelihood for easy ranking is much higher.
     
    petkodil, Jul 19, 2011 IP
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    Sand box means you are in a great problem. but if you correct all the unethical ways of optimizing your site then you will be safe. i also don't know are the reasons for which Google put the site in the sand box!
     
    digitalwebman06, Jul 31, 2011 IP
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    80% of the time, Google Sandbox is just paranoia of you not building your backlinks correctly. Before building ANY backlinks, always have a plan or structure set up before diving in and worrying. If you have no idea about what a structured backlinks plan is, i suggest you find someone on this forum or other, to provide you with services for building quality backlinks.
     
    Ridiculed, Aug 1, 2011 IP
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    If you have not been banned, but do not rank well with Google, you should look at the quality of your content and the quality of your inbound links. You should also see if you rank well for non- competitive keywords. Remember how the filter affects competitive keywords more than less competitive keywords? Well, you can use this to determine if you have been sandboxed. Finally, if you rank well in all the other major search engines, but do not show up at all in Google's rankings, you have probably been sandboxed.
     
    Sam Gilmore, Jan 26, 2012 IP