Most people assume when you setup a new website that it'll automatically appear in Google, but this simply isn't the case.
Today I'm going to show you just how to get your WordPress site into Google and out of the sandbox effect so your website shows up for the search terms you want.
So what is the Google sandbox effect?
The Google sandbox effect is a preventive measure that stops malicious users setting up websites that hack, steal information or run malicious code in your web browser. It basically says we wont let you rank for the keywords straight away until we trust you. You can read more about the Google sandbox effect here.
So how do you get out of it?
Simply put, their's no simple way of getting out of it, but we recommend a few steps as outlined below. We have seen sites come out of it within a couple of weeks doing the right thing.
So what should I do to get my WordPress site into Google?
Setup WordPressSEOplugin by Yoast in your WordPress System and submit your site to Google Webmaster Tool And Bing Webmaster tools. Also create Social media profiles linking to your site
If your friends have a site, or business or colleagues, Get them to write a blog post (or offer to write one for them!) so you can get genuine links to your site.
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