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Get out of the sandbox in 3-5 days

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by tehfincheh, Jul 4, 2008.

  1. rai123

    rai123 Active Member

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    #61
    I will try this tips. Will soon launch a website and then do the same you have mentioned. Thanks again.
    SEMrush
     
    rai123, Jan 18, 2009 IP
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    #62
    Have just tried it out with my sandboxed site, waiting on google to index it, will keep you updated.
     
    Buckyuk, Feb 7, 2009 IP
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    Buckyuk Active Member

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    #63
    What code would i need for the .htaccess file to redirect my now indexed subdomain to the origianl site?
     
    Buckyuk, Feb 8, 2009 IP
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    Buckyuk Active Member

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    #64
    Ok, now my subdomain is on page 1 for some of my original keywords and seeing some traffic from google for the first time in weeks.
    Waiting on google to index it again as redirected, i.e. its still appearing in google as mynewsite.myestablishedsite.co.uk

    If it starts showing up again as mynewsite.co.uk i will be super happy.
     
    Buckyuk, Feb 9, 2009 IP
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    Buckyuk Active Member

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    Ok, google has now removed my subdomain, im assuming because it has now acknowledged the permanent redirect. And my site is again nowhere to be seen in the google serps.

    Definetly still "sandboxed"

    Doesnt work in my eyes
     
    Buckyuk, Feb 10, 2009 IP
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    kanishka Active Member

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    #66
    even I will try the tips!This was new to me.

    Thanks for the Information :)
     
    kanishka, Feb 13, 2009 IP
  7. Buckyuk

    Buckyuk Active Member

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    #67
    I may have spoke to soon. My site is back at #3 in google for some of my keywords.

    Woop Woop
     
    Buckyuk, Feb 13, 2009 IP
  8. ChiliPalmer

    ChiliPalmer Greenhorn

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    #68
    How did you know that Google indexed the pages of your new site when you had removed them from your estabilished site?
     
    ChiliPalmer, Feb 13, 2009 IP
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    #69
    That is quite some interesting tip and I guess the new site that got sandbox may not have too much to lose depending on investment. However, I would fear for the established site though.
     
    SpySearch, Feb 15, 2009 IP
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    Update...

    So my subdomian on my established site was doing well, ranking#2 in google for my keywords.
    I'm guessing now google has updated its index with my 301 redirect, as the subdomain is now deindexed.
    however my orignal site that i redirected the subdomain to, is still nowhere to be seen in the google serps, i.e. still sandboxed.

    so i have a few questions,

    1) If i 301 redirected a site to another site be it a new domain or an existing domain, would the new domain appear in google serps in the same position it was before i 301 redirected it, and if so, would it happen immedietly or take a while??

    2) if i removed my 301 redirect, would google then in time, reindex the original site? in my case, my subdomain... mtnewsite.myestablishedsite.co.uk


    Of course the other theory is that my subdomain is now deindexed for some other penalty and its nothing to do with the 301 redirect?

    I would appreciate your thoughts.
    thanks
     
    Buckyuk, Feb 20, 2009 IP
  11. orionsky60403

    orionsky60403 Peon

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    #71
    What does it mean to ping google? Are you referring to the blogsearch ping ?
     
    orionsky60403, Feb 27, 2009 IP
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    taohua Peon

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    #72
    i tried it, useless, don't waste time
     
    taohua, Mar 19, 2009 IP
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    #73
    hhh... is there any simpler way?
     
    cheerz, Apr 1, 2009 IP
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    thotsa Well-Known Member

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    #74
    thank you for Great tip..
     
    thotsa, Apr 8, 2009 IP
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    Random Guy Peon

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    #75
    Didn't work for me either. I might've did it wrong though, unexperienced with that kinda stuff :)
     
    Random Guy, Apr 8, 2009 IP
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    kvklay Peon

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    #76
    Great Tips man....thanks for this
    _________________
     
    kvklay, Apr 8, 2009 IP
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    #77
    we can also remove site from sand box by using google webmaster tool.
    Using "Request reconsideration" we can make our site out of sand box.
     
    websurfer, Apr 13, 2009 IP
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    #78
    cool, thanks a lot, I will try it with a website I have.
     
    cchol, Apr 16, 2009 IP
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    #79
    I'd be careful doing blackhat things like this if you have a legitimate site that cost a lot to develop. You dont want to get black listed just because you can't wait a few months for your sandbox to expire
     
    proboats, Apr 19, 2009 IP
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    #80
    How to identify either the site is banned or in sandbox , and how can we confirm.
     
    mikstroa, Apr 21, 2009 IP