The Mythical Google Sandbox and How To Escape It

After The News Cycle, All Normal Rules Apply

 

We have all heard it before. The way to get a web page to rank in Google is to build link popularity for the web page.

And how do you build link popularity for a web page? Build inbound links to that web page, of course.

Once the news cycle is done, a new web page must compete with every other web page, based on Google’s normal algorithm.

 

What If A Page Could Develop Link Popularity In 30 Days?

 

What if you were able to build inbound links and therefore link popularity for a web page, before the news cycle runs out? That would be a twist, wouldn’t it?

Personally, I know for a fact that if you can build link popularity on a page, within the news cycle window, that this new page will not fall into the dreaded and mythical Google Sandbox. The page will not fall into the Google Sandbox at the end of the news cycle, because the page will have already accrued some link popularity within Google’s primary algorithm.

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~ by Ravi Shanker on March 12, 2009.

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