__/ [FFMG] on Monday 02 January 2006 23:53 \__
> Photo4U Wrote:
>> Thanks for the fast response. The site is eight weeks old and has been
>> visible on Google for about six weeks.
I guess that this short period of time provides an explanation after all.
> Generally speaking new sites are visited by the robots rather quickly
> and you might get listed.
> But then after a short while you might drop out of the SERP altogether,
> (once the 'deep robots' come and visit you site again).
> Some webmasters talk of a sandbox where Google puts all the new sites
> for a while until they prove themselves.
I know nothing about the period of sanboxes (if they exist at all), but I
imagine that they scale in some well-behaved manner. I can't believe it's
just a sudden drop or else people would whine about it often and sandbox
would be much beyond a theory.
Roy S. Schestowitz
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