What is Google Sandbox?
Google Sandbox is a method that Google allegedly uses to stop new websites ranking ‘overnight’ without trust and authority. Chances are, if you launch a new website today, it won’t be indexed, and it won’t rank for some time. This is to stop the spammy websites and poor SEO techniques from getting onto Google. Google does not want spam sites to quickly be at the top of search results.
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