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Google dropped my new site
dilemma




msg:4205686
 9:41 am on Sep 23, 2010 (gmt 0)

My new site (about 1 month old) droppep in Google's serps a gew days ago. I know maybe I built backlinks too fast but I varied link text (about 4-5 different link text). I have good positions in Google for two weeks but now the site has dropped with important keywords (words in link text). With the command site:mysite.com I see that all pages has indexed.

Does anybody know what to do now? Just wait or get more backlinks? I know backlinking should look natural. I just wonder that if I get more backlinks with URL in link text maybe backlinks bacome more natural.

 

CharlieBrown




msg:4205694
 10:39 am on Sep 23, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hi dilemma

I am having a pretty similary situation......site is a little older (3 months). Again we have done alot of work on link building and onsite optimisation but are ranking very low. Google is seeing a large number of the links in WMT, but still ranking low.

I started another thread for advice on this yesterday. From reading a reading loads of different info, i have now come to the conclusion that we are in some holding state. The page rank of the site in GTB is zero (i know i am not supposed to take much notice of that) and we definately havent picked up a penalty.

i read some info on the "sandbox effect" which some say is an outdated theory..........i dont knwo but it seems to fit what we are experiencing!

Everything says, keep calm, carry on and be patient - not easy!

Sorry I cant offer any more info, but you are not alone if that helps!

maximus12




msg:4205813
 2:22 pm on Sep 23, 2010 (gmt 0)

How many links were you building a day or week? What kind of links did you get, blog roll, link exchange ?

dilemma




msg:4205877
 4:07 pm on Sep 23, 2010 (gmt 0)

Maybe 50 links during one week. My site in not in English. I have about 30 other sites and I have have done these things (building backlinks etc) for many years. I got links from blog comments, profile pages, free blogs, link directories... One way links of course.

Normally "Google dance" happens earlier. I'm not sure but I think it's not matter how fast you build links because Google find those backlinks after few days or few weeks. Maybe it's better to wait a few days.

YouDontKnowMe




msg:4206222
 6:10 am on Sep 24, 2010 (gmt 0)

It happened to many of my sites, but they all eventually came back. Keep building links. After the 6-8 month aging process, you won't experience sandboxing like that anymore.

dilemma




msg:4212224
 10:00 am on Oct 6, 2010 (gmt 0)

Hello, my site appeared again in Google's SERPs after two weeks.

I think it's important for a new site to publish unique and good content, get a lot of backlinks and vary anchor text. This my dropped site is now on Google's search results pages 1 and 2 for my 4 keywords.

CharlieBrown




msg:4212245
 10:49 am on Oct 6, 2010 (gmt 0)

Thats good news Dilema - glad to hear it.

What types of keywords are you targeting - longtail or generic? is it a very competitive industry you are in?

We are still not appearing for the majority of our key words despite G seeing a larget number in WMT. There are very competitive generic ones though.

dilemma




msg:4212976
 12:12 pm on Oct 7, 2010 (gmt 0)

Keywords are generic and quite competitive. But I write in language which is spoken by under 10 people in the world. ;)

In English is always better to use 2-4 word length keyword terms.

dilemma




msg:4212977
 12:14 pm on Oct 7, 2010 (gmt 0)

10 millions not 10... :)

dilemma




msg:4215057
 9:59 am on Oct 11, 2010 (gmt 0)

My new site disappeared again. And other new site disappeared too. This sandbox effect is strange, it seems to happen to some new sites not to all new sites.

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