How to Build Links to New Website Without Getting Sandboxed?
Ok, so you’ve recently created a site – passed links to it and suddenly you see your website is no where. Even with “site:example.com”.
Getting sandboxed isn’t new, Google launched this filter long ago to prevent people spamming but there’s a very simple technique to bypass getting sandboxed.
And the technique is –
Well, if you think with point of Google – a site can’t simply receive dozens of links overnight without real people talking about it.
Where? Social Media’s.
Let’s say Justin Bieber created a new website today, he would first share that with his followings which definitely gonna get viral and suddenly all would start talking about it over social media.
And thus it would have people linked to that new site.
This is natural.
But think of a new money site. A site from no where, suddenly, getting dozens of links. Isn’t that totally unnatural?
But thing is – if your to buy those drip feed high quality social signals to each post it would cost you loads of investment while you can do the same – in bulk – for as low as just $10.
Okay, so from where can we get that done?
Though it would get you shares from fake accounts but that’s something which would make our job done.
But there’s a catch – even AddMeFast sells points for expensive rates.
30k points would take around $500 or more. But from Fiverr you would get it for $10.
So whenever I post a new content, I would send around 100 retweets (2 points/retweet) & 100 Pinterest Pins (2 points/pin) without any drip feed and start link building right away.
P.S: I’m not affiliated with AddMeFast, nor it’s a sponsored article.
You might have waited around a week or two before you actually start hitting links to your site, but by leveraging this simple hack you can bypass sandbox filter and start link building instantly.
That’s all the point all about the technique, do share your views through comments 😉