First of all, I want to explain to you what the Google sandbox is. The sandbox filter is a filter that Google uses on keywords with high search volume and high competition. The complete attitude of the filter is that new internet site get in a few kind of quarantine...
There still is plenty of discussion going on wether the Google Sandbox exists or not. Some say it exists, some say it does not. Just imagine it does exist, how is it possible that some SEO's do not get hit by the sandbox filter?
To begin with, allow me to teach you what the Google sandbox is. The sandbox filter is just a filter that Google uses on keywords with high search volume and high competition. The whole mindset of the filter is that new website get in some sort of quarantine so they really don't rank saturated in the search engine result pages of Google. This quarantine could take from several months to per year. It was initially introduced to filter spam websites. As a spammer you could make a website, junk Google with it, get restricted, and quickly make another website and get your initial rating in Google back again, before the sandbox filter was created. But with another domainname. Ahead of the new domains get caught and because Google is not really fast in giving penalties and bans it requires a few weeks. This is easy money making in those times! However, not anymore, because now the Google Sandbox filter will solve the situation!
But that does not mean we're really stuck to that filter. To study more, please consider peeping at: mavis beacon. We are improving for search engines, and the sandbox is part of that, so there's a solution.
Only new areas induce the sandbox filter. Therefore an answer could be to buy an domain name, or in the event that you already have one, use an old domain name. But this is really expensive and it generally does not always fit your preferences. But there is an answer for that: DeletedDomains.com. With this website are domains the same day that can come available. Just search the age of a few of the domains with the Archive.org wayback equipment, and you can purchase it at a hosting company for as low as 15 bucks, if an old domain is found by you. You can even take a look in Google if the site on the site continues to be listed in Google, that fastens up the method somewhat to see. It generally does not matter what domain you choos