Ranking website same day as registration
spunko2010 Isle of Man
Has anyone ever tried this? I've just switched my domain to a better one that is brand new, set up DNS etc and its ready to go. Just not sure if it will be a bit suspect. The homepage is indexed with Google, no other pages are yet. Should I wait? Or will there be some sort of distorted boost do you think as it's brand new and getting loads of links already?!
myself I got "manual ban" by G for links on OLD domain with lots of existing BL
to me it looks G very sensitive these months on anything professional and efficient
and very policing and bullying toward site owners US method of punishment unless you do what G wants you to do .... funny and ill methods
I had until closure of my full size site (may 2012) some 53'000+ natural BLs
I killed BLs down to some 23-24k and traffic from 25-30k uv/d to some 6k by putting all on domain parking without any content = G said nothing for too fast BL "removal"
then after months I placed domain on modified domain parking with some 60 pages (vs some 40+k pages before) and did SOME very moderate article distribution linking to still remaining important pages = resulting in manual G ban some 2+ months ago ((has nothing to do with SER)
by the time G issued the "manual ban" I barely had some 2000+ BLs added with quality article distribution to quality sites
as to new sites
just do as with new gf
G very sensitive and ill -acting now these months compared to years ago
there is another thread here these days from ppl who apparently got banned as well
my "manual ban" by G was announced by G in webmaster tools > messages
my generic traffic NOW with "manual ban" still active is higher than before ban WITHOUT G traffic but with increased direct traffic from distributed human readable value content and additional NON-G SE traffic
there is a world without or beyond G
there are hundreds of millions of users surfing OTHER than G
just look at the still amazing number of stumbleupon traffic ...
or the one billion FB users (Bing SE)
or the 3+ billion Asians using some other SE as well at least partially