Wikipedia define the Sandbox Effect as a name specified to an assessment or inspection on how Google ranks all the indexed web pages. Google Sandbox is like a strain of websites and once your site is categorized as a spam site, it will be in the sandbox automatically. You’ll know your site is sandboxed or has not indexed yet if you can’t see any search results when you type in site:yoururl in Google. Not all new websites experience the sandbox effect.

Here’s a trivia: Google didn’t actually tell everyone that sandbox exists.

Don’t fret if your site is not ranking for its keywords, because it’s common in the world of SEO and not about the sandbox effect. If sandbox is true or not, we still don’t know how Google algorithm rank all the indexed websites. You don’t have to worry because the best practices of organic SEO are never hidden.

1. Build the home page with clean design and codes. Let the home page you created be indexed. With Google, the age of site is important. If the website is already indexed, you can add the other pages without being troubled about the sandbox.

2. Do not rush the creation of backlinks. Google will definitely think that something weird and fishy is going on if your site acquired thousands of inbound links in just three days and will lead to being sandboxed. Fifteen backlinks on the first month must be made and them thirty backlinks on the second. Afterwards, you can build as many inbound links as you can on the following months. Link farm, spam blogs and other black hat SEO techniques should not be used because if you do, your site will end up in the sandbox.