I Want some help about SEO

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hi i am new in seo field. I just got a contract of and i start working on that.
And two weeks my website with targeted keywords was at 1st page of google. So thats the contract. So my contact ended right away. and employer also paid me. Soon after that i think 2 or 3 days ago. He contact me and said that his website is nowhere is the search result. When i checked that, yes, he was telling the truth. I have created 2000 backlinks for that site and that website is now on the 35th page of google with targeted keyword. Keyword word is very much related to the website content and it doesn't has any competition as all.
so can any body tell me what happened to my site.
i mean why google droped that site so suddenly.

hoping for some really good information and advices.
thanks in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author Brian F Adams
    Google Dance maybe too may backlinks all at once Is the website brand new?
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  • Profile picture of the author Cosmit
    Please learn your trade before you offer services to others. I wouldn't want someone like you repairing my car.. With that being said,

    That many links could sandbox your client's site. Tell him to wait it out or give him a refund. He could be experiencing a Google Dance.
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  • Profile picture of the author amiramin
    Mr. Adams,
    website is 2 years old and i was making 100 backlinks daily.
    can you please tell me that i there any limit of creating backlinks
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    • Profile picture of the author Cosmit
      Originally Posted by amiramin View Post

      Mr. Adams,
      website is 2 years old and i was making 100 backlinks daily.
      can you please tell me that i there any limit of creating backlinks
      There is no "limit" but Google obviously has an internal limit which I would guess would have to be anywhere from 50-100 a day. However, I believe they take into consideration circumstances when a website gets temporary links such as ones syndicated from "recent comments" section on blogs.

      With that said, I would say create no more than 50 "different domain" backlinks. Personally, I would make even less. When it comes to building links, for the most part, less is more.
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      • Profile picture of the author amiramin
        Originally Posted by Cosmit View Post

        There is no "limit" but Google obviously has an internal limit which I would guess would have to be anywhere from 50-100 a day. However, I believe they take into consideration circumstances when a website gets temporary links such as ones syndicated from "recent comments" section on blogs.

        With that said, I would say create no more than 50 "different domain" backlinks. Personally, I would make even less. When it comes to building links, for the most part, less is more.
        i have started on that keyword group again and website is getting up. and it is now on 7th page. I just want why my website suddenly drop from page 1 to page 35
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  • Profile picture of the author amiramin
    i will go with the too fast link building because i had done it pretty fast.
    that was the deal to take website up in one month. which i did in 2 weeks
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Miranda
    I would count this as a 'Google Dance' which is very normal after massive link building.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnnyPR
      Well there's nothing wrong with the quantity of links you built IMO but more the quality.

      You NEED to be building a variety of different links from a variety of different sources. From research I have done Google LOVES this and your sites will stick in the SERPs.
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      • This is normal, especially after building lots of links. It's referred to as the Google Dance. Keep building high quality, dofollow backlinks and you will soon see that the site will rise higher than it was before.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jason Dittberner
          Link velocity is a factor in SEO. Google sees a zillion affiliate sites a day going up for the "quick buck" and then disappearing. Their goal is to serve up quality, sustaining sites, therefore consistent link building "looks more natural" as opposed to a quick burst of links, and then nothing.

          First, manage your clients expectations and don't over promise. Next, build diversity in your backlinks and focus on fundamentals (e.g. different "types" of backlinks), correct anchor text, link to deep pages not just home page, and have perfect onsite optimization (don't be lazy here). And, as suggested, keep building backlinks to get it back in rankings.

          Most importantly, don't ever promise first page of Google or any kind of promise that it will stay there. This is why good SEO companies/consultants have a "maintenance" package after the agreed upon term to keep the rankings there.

          Good for you for taking action though.
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      • Profile picture of the author ibnujusup
        Originally Posted by jpr106 View Post

        Well there's nothing wrong with the quantity of links you built IMO but more the quality.

        You NEED to be building a variety of different links from a variety of different sources. From research I have done Google LOVES this and your sites will stick in the SERPs.
        could not agree more :-)
        i have see it happen so many time...
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  • Profile picture of the author gittar1122
    Wait for a week and hopefully it will be back. Meanwhile ask your client to add some fresh content to its site, it will help.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan2008
    Sounds like google dance to me, just keep building quality backlinks from different sources (web 2.0s, article directories, forum profiles, blog comments, social bookmarks etc). Keep building these backlinks consistantly and the site should get back to page 1 again
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