TIP: How to Skip Google's Sandbox

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For new websites, there's a waiting period of roughly 6 months where a site is greatly held back
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    Originally Posted by 3rnald0 View Post

    For new websites, there's a waiting period of roughly 6 months where a site is greatly held back
    Where's the tip?
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  • Profile picture of the author cbpayne
    The sandbox is a myth, so any tips to avoid it are useless.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Why didn't anyone tell me this?


    I've made it to #4 within 2 weeks for medium difficulty keywords, to #1 for easy ones.


    If I had known I was supposed to stay in that box 6 months, I could have worked so much less those 2 weeks!


    Damn, it was summer too. I could have gone to the beach or somethin'!



    Originally Posted by 3rnald0 View Post

    For new websites, there's a waiting period of roughly 6 months where a site is greatly held back
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    I could have gone to the beach or somethin'!
    Ahh...there's the tip!
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  • Profile picture of the author Maca56
    To the people who telling there is a waiting perioud of 6 months are entirely untrue anyway for many possible ways. I have websites which really gain traffic in some period of like you know just few months and not more absolutely and possibly.
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Since the thread is going, I looked at it again, and got an idea:


    how about, you take 20 steps back, run towards Google's sand box and, when you're about to step into it, you launch yourself with all your might into the air. If you ran fast enough, you should clear it, it's no more than 4 feet and a half wide.


    That's how I used to avoid falling into all kinds of holes and puddles as a child. I think the physics is still the same.
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  • Profile picture of the author Advokattilbud
    I purchase my domains well in advance before I really need them. I just create one page and add a couple of backlinks. Google picks up the new domain and the "first seen" date - and voila - when I need the domain for real, it is already "old".
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