Because it was php, it generates new pages, so every page got 4 links to 4 new generated pages, and every time those 4 pages have the same content.
Actually on those generated pages are also links, so I think I made google, and other searchbots run round in circles.... lol
why do you need my inbound links?
source:http://www.seroundtable.com/archives/002822.htmlIn reply to a question from Brett Tabke, Matt said that there wasn't a sandbox...
Matt said at PubCon in 2005, I was there by the way, that the google Algo may appear to some sites that don't rank well as a 'sandbox like effect'.
But it all has to do with the sites SEO... or lack of it. There is no sandbox.
I don't see anything on his page that said he wanted to exchange links for ranking.
The real problem was that getseo code. That stuff is search engine poison.
thebookiesoffers (17 February 2012)
I had that link page for quite a while and I never noticed a negative response in the serps, maybe I should call it "directory" now lol
You keep saying the getseo code was the problem but FC hasn't even said when exaclty he used it as google may have not been to visit and found it in that time
elgoog (20 February 2012)
Now your catching on...
Hope this works out for you. Please let us know how it goes.
In my experience google will look at your site within two weeks after you submit the review request, sometimes much sooner.
Keep any eye on the webmasters tools dash board for messages from google. They are getting fairly good now at keeping webmasters informed of what they re doing.