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Google Dance And Sandbox


Guest Darren Francis

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Guest Darren Francis

Many people (wrongly) presume that when your site starts dropping out of SERPS that the site is likely to be sandboxed.

Generally this happens when you are aggressively link building, Google gets in a flurry, because of the new influx of backlinks and doesnt really know where to position you, hence the dance effect.

My advise is alway continue a low key backlink campaign until your SERP recovers and you will be fine.

Hope that helps...easy first post for me :-)

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Peoples try to do backlinking in quick time which is not good for new website as it can easily put their website in sandbox. Coming back from sandbox is not an easy task to happen. For this you need to get a new website and redirect the old one. Which is only solution for this problem...

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I would like to know what is the difference between a Google dance and sand box.

 

Google Dance

The name "Google Dance" was in the past used to describe the period that a major index update of the Google search engine are being implemented. These major Google index update occured on average every 36 days or 10 times per year. It was easiest be identified by significant changes in search results, and by an updating of Google's cache of all indexed pages. These changes would be evident from one minute to the next. But the update did not proceed as a switch from one index to another like the flip of a switch. In fact, it took several days to finish the complete update of the index.

Since August 2003, the famous / infamous Google Dance is no more. Or rather it has become less dramatic. Because Google is constantly crawling and updated selected pages, their search results will vary slightly over the course of the month. However, it is only during the Google Dance that these results can swing wildly. You also need to consider that Google has multiple data centers, sharing more than 10,000 servers. Somehow, the updates to the index that occur during the month, and outside of the Google Dance have to get transferred throughout. It's a constant process for Google, and every other search engine. These ongoing, incremental updates only affect parts of the index at any one time.

Bottom line: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THIS AS IS SIMPLE A WAY FOR GOOGLE TO UPDATE RANKINGS ON THE RUN WITHOUT SHUTTING DOWN THE SYSTEM FOR MAINTENANCE

Google Sandbox

The Google Sandbox is an “alleged restriction” placed on any new website or a blog. I said alleged because its existence has not been proven nor have Google come out and said it existed. The result of a sandbox is that a new website does not receive good Google search engine rankings for its important keywords, or phases, the first few months. Even if you have good content and many inbound links, your new website may still be sandboxed. Google places new sites in probation, because Google want to discourage spam sites from rising too quickly, getting banned, and going through the process all over again. Even though many see google sandbox as a negative experience, in the end it help those who are taking their website seriously and want to contribute to the interned world with their content. No one really knows how to get out of the Google sandbox once you are placed into it. Time seems to be one of the biggest factors. Keep working on your site and keep adding new content all the time, at least 2-3 articles per week and concentrate on less important keywords. This constant stream of new content, whose focus is not on high competitive keyword, will show Google that you are dedicated to your site. Keep adding inbound links and make sure that those new inbound links are relevant to your site. This is important because by the time your site leaves Google sandbox hose links will be aged and will not look suspicious to Google, therefore your site will not get banned.

Source 1: http://www.bhsource.net/what-is-google-sandbox/

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Guest JohnChapman

This is when The search engines up-dates its whole data source of websites, which usually happens at the end of monthly. It is known as a flow because there can be a extraordinary switch in the positions as The search engines up-dates some websites as being more appropriate than others..

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Guest jimmy1

I never build more than 7 backlinks per day per keyword and all my sites rank on the first page for competitive keywords. Its all about consistent quantity link building. you need to build your 40 backlinks everyday and from different sources everyday. Even if you get your backlinks from 5 places then build on one of those five every day. Don't skip any days. Don't build all your backlinks in one day and wait to see what happens, thats not a great way to do things.

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