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Google Sandbox is a filter placed on new websites as a result of which, a site does not receive good rankings for its most important keywords or phrases. Even with good content, a site is may still significantly affected by the Sandbox effect.

A site is sandboxed when it is new and does not rank for the keyword phrases that are not incredibly competitive in Google.

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The Google Sandbox refers to an alleged filter that prevents new websites from ranking in Google’s top results. Think of it like a probation period—even if you do everything right, your site won’t get decent rankings until it comes to an end.

The google sandbox refers to an alleged filter that prevents new websites as they see sandbox‐like effects when trying to rank new websites.

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Google Sandbox is applied to new websites. It’s when a new website doesn’t see any rankings even if the keyword competition is very low. It doesn’t matter if your content is unique your website will still go through this phase initially.It also happens when you make so many links in a short period of time. At that point, your website enters the Sandbox mode.

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The Google Sandbox refers to an alleged filter that prevents new websites from ranking in Google’s top results. Think of it like a probation period—even if you do everything right, your site won’t get decent rankings until it comes to an end.
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Google Sandbox is a filter placed on new websites as a result of which, a site does not receive good rankings for its most important keywords or phrases. Even with good content, a site is may still significantly affected by the Sandbox effect.

A site is sandboxed when it is new and does not rank for the keyword phrases that are not incredibly competitive in Google.

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