If you or your business is one of thousands who have recently uploaded a brand new Web site or changed your existing Website with a new URL, you may find your Website traffic promotion a bit hazy or slow at its inception.
So here we try to explain a frequently asked question concerning one of Google’s term called “Sandboxing.”
The Google Sandbox or sandboxing is a term that describes the “phenomenon that people have claimed to observe in the ranking of web pages that is performed by Google,” as stated by one author on Wikipedia. However, this phenomenon has been debated many times whether it actually exists or not. Some people say that new Website traffic promotion is almost immediate, while others disagree. Search Circus sides with the latter, as experts in our field, we pay attention to new clients’ Website traffic promotion once their site is uploaded and live online.
Why does Google have a Sandbox?
Google probably wanted to prevent multiple Spam sites from forming and literally slowing down the search engines. Think of the Sandbox as a long train, and you are waiting at the railroad crossing gates. If you are patient, the train will pass and you’ll be on your way again; however, if you are waiting so long and you really need to cross those tracks, you will probably find another way or just turn around and leave. Google wants to know that you are patient and willing to wait for the end of the train, no matter how long it is, and allow you to cross the tracks.
Google Sandbox or Google Penalty?
Some businesses misinterpret the Sandbox for a penalty; however, if you can still check the progress of your Website traffic promotion by page rank and search engine results while it’s in the Sandbox. If your Website has been penalized, you will be unable to check anything.
Can I lessen the time in the Sandbox with Creating AdWords or AdSense Ads?
Although many people think they can increase their Website traffic promotion by using other Google services, this is a myth and does not help your Sandbox time. It’s not an incentive for good behavior, you just have to be patient and wait your turn.
Look for More Google FAQs and better ways to increase your business Website traffic promotion strategies in upcoming blog posts.