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MSN's Sandbox??



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Angel8552
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A little while back when Beta just came out I didnt notice MSN having any type of sandbox effects. Now it's a different story!!

I'm noticing Sandbox effects on newly cached domains and even sandbox effects on newly cached pages within long time cached well ranking domains.

I'm not 100% sure on the long time well ranking domains becuase I tried it on one of my really good rankings sites but I also did kind of choose a somewhat competative keyword.

Has anyone tested this or has anyone seen anything like this happen in MSN?


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Post Wed Jul 11, 2007 1:23 pm
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Techrecruit
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At what point does a search engine decide ot have a sandbox?


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Post Wed Jul 11, 2007 2:08 pm
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At what point does a search engine decide ot have a sandbox?


There is still a debate about if a "sandbox" exists. Personally, I don't believe in it, but many do.

The point of a sandbox would be to have an area where a search engine could test their algorithm and how it impacts the sites that appear ranked when the new filters are applied.

Some think this sandbox holds new sites until they prove that they are legitimate and then they can be ranked in the regular results.


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I too believe MSN is a bit more difficult for top rankings compared with a couple of years ago.
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I think it might just be that their algorithm is finally starting to mature.


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I think it might just be that their algorithm is finally starting to mature.


MSN has certainly started putting a lot of effort into their SEO strategy, I would not be surprised if this was the case.


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Post Fri Dec 14, 2007 10:46 am
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I think it might just be that their algorithm is finally starting to mature.


I don't know if you agree with me or not, but as I have been experiencing and reading through many posts, I nearly now believe that gradually, both Yahoo and MSN are following the way Google has set the standards.

They now create some delays in the way new websites get to the top of rankings quickly, of course as you mentioned, this is great.
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At what point does a search engine decide ot have a sandbox?


when our site is not seo friendly and our site content not match with our site images


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Post Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:49 am
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Jenniferlinn
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Yes, I noticed that as well MSN is slow now a days and sandbox is being an effect here.


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Sorry,actualy I have no idea about MSN.I never worked for that.If U have any question about Google then plz feel to share it.


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you need to continuously build links for your website to maintain ranking on MSN . If your competitor make links then their site go ahead of your website . in MSN se . its difficult to get stable position . there is no MSN sandbox
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