Thursday, June 12, 2008

QTsaver Daily Search Resaults For: Sandbox Google

    • 1. Google-Optimization-Help/ Google-Sandbox-Frequently-Asked-Questions/
    • Does everyone agree that there is a Google Sandbox?
    • How do I know it’s the Sandbox and not a Google penalty?
    • The Google Sandbox is an alleged filter placed on new websites. The result is that a site does not receive good rankings for its most important keywords and keyword phrases. Even with good content, abundant incoming links and strong Google PageRank, a site is still adversely affected by the Sandbox effect. The Sandbox acts as a de facto probation for sites, possibly to discourage spam sites from rising quickly, getting banned, and repeating the process.
  1. http://www. webpronews. com/insiderreports/2004/05/06/ Google-sandbox-effect-revealed Google "SandBox Effect" Revealed | WebProNews
    • I reported recently on a Google ranking phenomenon in which newly listed sites rank well for two to three weeks and then drop completely out of the top 1000. Often these newly dropped sites have high page rank and don't show for even the least competitive of terms.
    • I too have been reading the WMW threads and a couple have people have recently commented that after 3 months their sites have started to rank. "
    • Google search from the inception of a site, through indexing of the first pages, through the Google sandbox, and out the other side. No black hat SEO was used, and the sandbox effect lasted about 1 month.
  2. http://www. searchengineguide. com/david-wallace/how-to-play-in- Googles-sandbox. php How To Play In Google's Sandbox - Search Engine Guide Blog
    • Search Engine Guide David Wallace How To Play In Google's Sandbox
    • The so-called "sandbox" theory suggests that new sites will be added to the Google index and may even show up for obscure searches such as the company/web site name but will not show well for other phrases that are relevant to the site. It doesn't matter if the site is optimized for the search engines either. In fact, those who have optimized their sites can drive themselves crazy making change after change but to no positive avail.
    • So if a site is sent to the sandbox by Google either because it is new or it is participating in mass link building, what is the time frame that must pass before the site is allowed out of the box? Most search engine marketers that have been discussing and analyzing this say about 6-8 months. As for myself, I don't actually believe that Google is sending new sites to a "sandbox" but rather they may be applying some sort of aging filter.
  3. http://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Sandbox_Effect Sandbox Effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    • The Sandbox Effect is a theory used to explain certain behaviors observed with the Google search engine. It appears this effect does not affect new pages unless the domain is in the sandbox.
    • Those who believe in the "sandbox effect" (such as Searchguild. com) consider it a "policies" based approach by Google, whereas some mathematicians believe it is simply an algorithmic effect.
    • Since Google is the dominant search engine on the Internet, this "sandbox effect" has distressed webmasters [who?] who see their websites included in Yahoo! and MSN in a short period of time, but not in Google despite following Google's own guidelines. [citation needed]
    • Google's sandbox appeared to be put in place in March 2004. [citation needed]
  4. http://www. webpronews. com/topnews/2004/08/26/what-is-the- Google-sandbox-effect What is The Google Sandbox Effect? | WebProNews
    • So it's taken me three years but I've finally cracked the sandbox. From the first time that the Google spiders visit your website it's exactly 75 days later that the site goes into the sandbox.
    • My site is stilll in Google sandbox. It has been six months since it was pur into sandbox. I saw a poll investigation on the net. It will take about 3-9 months for competitive keyword to walk out Google sandbox affection. No any visitor from Google to my site. homepage is in 950 position penalty.
    • I bought my domain all of four months ago, and still nothing on Google. I've read elsewhere on a SEO website that it can take at least six months to get through the 'sandbox' now, even up to 12 months.
  5. http://www. webconfs. com/ Google-sandbox-article-11. php Jumping Over the Google Sandbox
    • Although there is no direct confirmation of the existence of a sandbox, Google employees have implied it and SEO experts have seen in practice that new sites, no matter how well optimized, don't rank high on Google, while on MSN and Yahoo they catch quickly. For Google, the jailing in the sandbox for new sites with new domains is on average 6 months, although it can vary from less than a month to over 8 months.
    • Before we delve into more detail about particular techniques to minimize sandbox damage, it is necessary to clarify the general rule: you cannot fight the sandbox. The only thing you can do is to adapt to it and patiently wait for time to pass. Any attempts to fool Google - starting from writing melodramatic letters to Google, to using sandbox tools” to bypass the filter - can only make your situation worse.
    • Host on a well established host - another solution is to host your new site on a subdomain of a well-established host (however, free hosts are generally not a good idea in terms of SEO ranking). The sandbox effect is not so severe for new subdomains (unless the domain itself is blacklisted).
    • Rely more on non- Google ways to increase traffic - it is often reminded that Google is not the only search engine or marketing tool out there.
  6. http://www. seroundtable. com/archives/001963. html Google Sandbox Defined
    • I find it to be a real shame about the confusion around the Web as to what the term "sandbox" means. Google, of course, would not admit to it and I do not blame them. But there are so many different definitions of what defines a site to be sandboxed.
    • I believe we, at the Search Engine Roundtable, was the first information site (outside of a forum) to publicly acknowledge the existence of some form of issue with Google and new sites. The first post we had was named New Sites = Poor Results in Google, that was before it had a name. In a WebmasterWorld thread linked to from the "New Sites = Poor Results in Google" entry, the term "sandbox" came about. Later on, guest author SEO Guy posted an entry here using that title The Sandbox Effect, which helped make its name. Then Garrett French, who was writing at WebProNews wrote an excellent, early recap of all the coverage and named it Google "SandBox Effect" Revealed. Since then the word sandbox has been discussed here dozens of times.

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