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Long story short, my site was hacked May 1st and they placed one of those virus that tries to sell you virus protection to remove it. We caught the hack and cleaned the virus that same morning but they had also created 900 back links to my site to infect people. So that triggered a google ban on my site. We disavowed the links and that should have fixed it in 30 days. But this has been since May. The company I have working on this has many years experience but last night say they are unable to fix.
any ideas or suggestions to specifically deal with the the Google sandbox.
Or a plan to generate additional traffic.
#google #sandbox
  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    A ban is not a sandbox.

    You are living in La La Land if you think the disavow tool
    works like that...I would not of even wasted any time.

    Take the domain offline, do domain forwarding to a different
    website where you have expertly moved the content to.

    Or, wait. Maybe shortly it will all clear up. Or not.

    You could simply try a reconsideration request.


    If you were disappointed in your results today, lower your standards tomorrow.

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  • Profile picture of the author PROmotions LLC
    You should do a reconsideration request and write to them exactly what you wrote in this thread, this is something you can do for free, really fast.


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