Before explaining to the inexperienced just what the Sandbox is precisely, or what it’s imagined to be, it warrants mentioning that Google technically neither confirms nor denies its existence. Subsequently from the word “go” we wade into mystery. We’re forced to consider the Sandbox as either a modern quasi-myth of the World-wide-web Age or an actual no man’s land created by Google where SEOS are pitted against the machine. Kinda cool, right? This would be a dividing line, an undesired waiting room for web properties seeking quality recognition from Google’s Search Engine Results Pages are, as I like to say, unSERPable. Incidentally, the stakes are very high, too, since higher rankings mean increased revenue.
The effects of the Sandbox are not in question. Web pages listing with Google are simply beat down in their rankings for no evident rhyme or fact, thus leaving the afflicted with no avenue of redress but time itself – no magic linking is known to spring sites out. New web pages and overhauled existing web pages (often reworked, apparently, for better rankings) are its primary “victims”. It was first noticed or acknowledged in October, 2004. No one outside of Google knows exactly how or why sites are Sandboxed.
Allow me to share some Sandbox basics: it only happens to English speaking web sites; it is a “.com”-only phenomenon, no “.edu”s, “.us”s, or “.org”s need worry; it could last from weeks to a year before release into deserving results rankings; its effects are seen with Google only, so you can rank high on Yahoo and be in the Sandbox (or even rank poorly – I have little info handy on poorly optimized web pages mired in suspected Sandboxes); the Sandbox is by no means universal and not automatic. It’s a crapshoot.
There is a marginal of SEOs who think that the Sandbox is the end result of better algorithms and not and specially created punishment. Believing, as I do, that Google has the best search results, this isn’t implausible.
“No one knows” is what most SEOs will say about various Sandbox details. Someone knows. Someone besides in-the-know Google engineers always knows, but isn’t saying. SEOs will have you believe they’re giving away everything but their gym locker combination; to the point where you’d think that there are no secrets in this business. Well, as in any other business, information is the most valuable commodity and there will be nothing that you will get for free; nothing of a proprietary nature will be shared that will not provide its source with either direct or back-end value. [youtube:1tBJiDwSOqc?version=3;[link:Multilingual SEO] experts increase your traffic and sales in Europe,Scandinavia,USA;http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tBJiDwSOqc?version=3&feature=related]