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Link Development - Timing

     
1:11 am on Mar 31, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I have picked up around 50 good quality links pointing to 2 internal pages. And 20 other links for the homepage.
How long before you start seeing any movement in google?

Many of my urls are still stuck on the 2nd and 3rd pages sames place as they were before this campaign. The site is around 1 year old with 200 solid back links.

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In my experience a good link will show a change within ten days then settle down. Wherever you settle down at is pretty much where that link took you.

Maybe time for a review of on-page factors that may be keeping it on the second and third pages?

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See Google Sandbox for New Links? [webmasterworld.com]
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PG, what's being discussed there may be related but it might also be something else entirely. It appears most people in that thread are discussing blog links. Imo ROS blogroll links count less, less than an in content link. What is being observed might not be a sandbox as is being assumed but simply a less effective link.