What is Google Sandbox?
In March 2004, Google added a filter to its algorithms which are called Google Sandbox. People are not very sure that a thing with this name really exists. Google Sandbox is the reason behind the poor ranking of the new websites in Google Search Engine Results Pages (SERPS). It is a concept that is used to give an explanation of why websites and newly-registered domains rank very poor in Google Search Engine Results Pages (SERPS) for a period of time.
In a simple way, we can understand that “Google Sandbox” is a limited area with a limited time period that holds new domains within their potential. If new domains prove they are worthy of ranking than the tool “Google Sandbox” releases them to rank over Google Search Engine Results Pages (SERPS) for a period of time. The tool works with some algorithms that if the condition matches then the domain or website gonna rank else not. It is simple like an exam that every domain must have passed to get good ranking over Google Search Engine.