How do people get their site index so fast?

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I don't get it. I submitted my 3 wordpress site to many social bookmarking sites a 5 days ago, pinged them all using ping of matic, and did some article back linking.

It's been like a week now, and I'm still not indexed yet. Now, I know I'm going to get index sooner or later, but I want to know how people are getting indexed in 48 hours using the same method. Am I missing something?
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  • Profile picture of the author Marko Vel
    What kind of content you have on your sites?
    Maybe google marked you as a spam or maybe you will need more time to index them, it's deepens sometimes that happen sooner sometimes later
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    • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
      There are loads of resources that you can use.. I usually get indexed in about 36 hours

      I have a site I use, ( Is My Site Indexed? - The easiest way to check if your site is indexed in Google ) even if you aren't indexed when you check it creates a page that google spiders pretty quickly, in addition it creates anchor text backlinks and shows you any possible errors.
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      • Profile picture of the author Paul Guilfoyle
        Originally Posted by M Thompson View Post

        There are loads of resources that you can use.. I usually get indexed in about 36 hours

        I have a site I use, ( Is My Site Indexed? - The easiest way to check if your site is indexed in Google ) even if you aren't indexed when you check it creates a page that google spiders pretty quickly, in addition it creates anchor text backlinks and shows you any possible errors.
        I just had an interesting result from this tool. I tried it with a site i am still waiting to be indexed (created in w/p last Wednesday) and as expected it showed the site not indexed.I was hoping using this tool might speed the process as expressed above.
        However, I tested for a site that I created over a month ago which not only is indexed but ranks number 1 on google for a certain KW. Despite this the above tool tels me this site is not indexed- no other errors mentioned. Very strange.
        I think I'll stick to using site:domainname.com in google search
        Another very useful free tool is SEO Tools - Search Engine Optimization Tools This gives kw research,competetitor analysis,all sorts. No affiliation
        All the best,
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  • Profile picture of the author hotftuna
    Is it not indexed or just not ranking?
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    • Profile picture of the author offrav
      you should also create a sitemap for your site and submit it to google via webmaster tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author clickbump
    Hi Doublespell, check out "The Sneaky Punctuation Trick"

    It's a technique I've been using with great effectiveness that gets my sites indexed very fast.
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    • Profile picture of the author carlos123
      Originally Posted by clickbump View Post

      Hi Doublespell, check out "The Sneaky Punctuation Trick"

      It's a technique I've been using with great effectiveness that gets my sites indexed very fast.
      Great tip clickbump (don't know what else to call you )! I started doing that today...we'll see if it works as well for me as it does for you.

      One slight modification of your method that might prove useful. Even on forums where they do not allow you to not underline links you can still do the following and no one will probably ever be the wiser. Nor is what I am advocating below against the rules at any of the forums where I have tried it through I would still keep it under your hat so as not to draw attention to it.

      Here's a sample signature link complete with bb code.

      --------------------------------------------------------------
      Get a web development quote at www.mydomain.com.
      -------------------------------------------------------------

      Instead of "Get a web development quote" you can use whatever phrase you want that goes along with the visible link. The important thing is to close the sentence with a period.

      A space won't work nor will a " " work either on most forums.

      The signature will appear to be created by a really unsophisticated person in that people will think you included the period in your link by mistake like a real simpleton who should have known better. Most probably won't even notice it.

      If they hover over most of the link they will see the main site you are linking to. It's only when they hover over the actual period that they will realize that the period links out to another site.

      Most won't bother to hover over the period at all.

      You can change links in your signature whenever you want to quickly get a different url indexed by Google through that forum.

      Carlos
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  • Profile picture of the author CliveG
    You can use the XML sitemap plugin for WordPress. It will produce your sitemap for you and tell Google and others every time it updates.

    Also, are you sure that you are not blocking search engines. Some default installs of WordPress do that.
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    • Profile picture of the author clickbump
      Originally Posted by CliveG View Post

      Also, are you sure that you are not blocking search engines. Some default installs of WordPress do that.
      Good point, I believe this is the default as of 2.8.5 and its been carried over in 2.8.6

      To check it (and change it) go to Settings > Privacy in your WP admin
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      • Profile picture of the author nyrsimon
        I also second create a sitemap and submit it to Google. My new sites are normally indexed in 1 - 2 days

        Also don't forget you can have Google send you an email when you are indexed - use google alerts, like this

        site:www.Your-Site-here.com

        Bingo - you get an email when u are indexed. Also use alerts for your keyword/phrase, google will send you an email when you hit their database....

        IMHO Google alerts are a MASSIVELY under-utilized resource, you can spy on competitiors, track your progress etc etc

        Eeek - my wife is shouting at me to get off the computer!!!!

        Happy Thanksgiving everybody.

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  • Profile picture of the author Easy Cash
    - Digg your site

    - Add a site map

    - Make sure your permalinks are set to keywords

    - Post relevant comments with a link back to your site from a couple of blogs.

    - Stumble those blogs.

    - Wait - It will happen ...............
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  • Profile picture of the author jimbo999
    I don't know where I heard this but...

    I've been told that google does not treat all new sites the same. If the kw's of your site are in a highly competive, abused, and spammed, niche, I've heard that it takes longer to get out of the sandbox. Also, are you using a .info domain that are often abused? I've noticed they seem to take a little more effort to get indexed.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Stigson
    Interesting... That seems like a good way of getting your site indexed. But with wordpress you need to go into the settings>writing choose at the very bottom "privacy settings" and put it to "be recognized", then when you have done so,

    search for "ping list" and put the ones from result #1 into settings>writing at the bottom, add the All in 1 SEO pack and Googel XML sitemap, that will get you indexed guaranteed as soon as you post it'll be a couple hours, sometimes a few days.

    - Chris
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  • Profile picture of the author doublespell
    I find it sad that I did everything above already except for clickbump's method. Privacy settings, site maps, submission, etc.

    I guess my wordpress is bugged or something. Seems like I'll just to regular HTML for the time being.
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  • Profile picture of the author XFactor
    Originally Posted by doublespell View Post

    I don't get it. I submitted my 3 wordpress site to many social bookmarking sites a 5 days ago, pinged them all using ping of matic, and did some article back linking.

    It's been like a week now, and I'm still not indexed yet. Now, I know I'm going to get index sooner or later, but I want to know how people are getting indexed in 48 hours using the same method. Am I missing something?
    Who cares about getting your site indexed? Everyone stresses so much about this.

    Just build your links, it will all happen naturally, as will your rankings, OVER TIME...

    - John
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex.M
      all you have to do is : wait
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      • Profile picture of the author Ethan F.
        I have to agree with Xfactor here... "who cares" Don't stress it.. it will happen. I have 8 sites built and only one got indexed so far, and that was today.. #2 for its keyword. Just let it flow.
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  • Profile picture of the author cg101
    Lets face it SB just doesn't have the punch that it used to but find yourself some blogs with a PR of 5 or better, provide a meaningful post and don't spam and you'll be indexed in hours. To the guy that said all you can do is "wait".. wow are you kidding me lol.

    Originally Posted by doublespell View Post

    I don't get it. I submitted my 3 wordpress site to many social bookmarking sites a 5 days ago, pinged them all using ping of matic, and did some article back linking.

    It's been like a week now, and I'm still not indexed yet. Now, I know I'm going to get index sooner or later, but I want to know how people are getting indexed in 48 hours using the same method. Am I missing something?
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  • Profile picture of the author warrich
    to index your website soon then just submit your website on high traffic site , or do social bookmarking to indexe fast
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  • Profile picture of the author 4morereferrals
    Put your site in and anchortext backlink in your sig link here on warrior [ if you arent afraid to expose the niche ] and it will get indexed.

    Make a few ** good ** posts in buy threads

    Originally Posted by doublespell View Post

    I don't get it. I submitted my 3 wordpress site to many social bookmarking sites a 5 days ago, pinged them all using ping of matic, and did some article back linking.

    It's been like a week now, and I'm still not indexed yet. Now, I know I'm going to get index sooner or later, but I want to know how people are getting indexed in 48 hours using the same method. Am I missing something?
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  • Profile picture of the author AvidAZ
    This is kind of spammish, but I've found that a single craigslist ad with your link in it, can get your site indexed almost immediately.
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  • Profile picture of the author amber.ella
    Here are ways that helps your site get index:

    Build Links - back link helps your site get index.
    Search Engine Submissions - submit only once.
    Creating a sitemap - it helps your sub-pages get index.
    Ping your site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Cristian Lungu
      Make sure you have a Sitemap.xml file in place and just be patient. Google doesn't have a time period for indexing any pages.

      If your content isn't scraped from other sites, your site isn't just another affiliate replicate and have some solid content uploaded you should be fine. Keep on producing content pages. You can always use them on other theme related websites
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  • Profile picture of the author sdkWriter
    Roughly, here are the steps I follow for each new site I launch:
    1. submit sitemap to google then ping site
    2. digg it
    3. bookmark it
    4. submit rss
    5. have a pina colada (or whatever foo-foo drink you desire in private)
    6. build the next site
    7. go to step 1

    As others have advised, don't sweat the indexing, just go build more if that's your approach. If you're only intending to have those 3 wordpress sites, then keep adding content to it. Before you know it, you should be indexed. When you add content, make sure wordpress is set up to auto ping. I also bookmark my new content (posts or pages) and submit rss.
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  • Profile picture of the author palobrian
    i have always had the best of luck building a few links on busy sites, this seems to help get indexed a lot faster. sites like this one and even hubpages do the trick. Is there a reason that you don't have your link in your signature here? That could be part of your problem!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Anderson
    i am totally amazed.
    everybody pointed out the obvious ones, social bookmarking.
    But i have found twitter to get me indexed the fastest. sometimes jumptags. wierd - i know.
    and facebook also works.
    Just remember that the busier the site the more the Google spiders visit.
    Rob
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  • I would tell you a simple thing...You have a website, you don't know how much value it has. But every crawler knows once it is online. Even you have submitted links over internet, your website do not get indexed?

    There are several reasons -

    - Nothing new content
    - Targetting overloaded niche
    - Something wrong with site uploading.

    There are many who would say you what to do but i would prefer to advice you first look over your site and calculate its value.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Anderson
    here is an interesting fact.. i went to the site that was suggested to check if i was indexed.
    some of mine from a day ago where and a particular site that i only did to get indexed really fast is not.

    now here is a very interesting fact i am running a thread about sub domains in the seo forum as i am obsessed about knowing more.
    the fact is that if i enter a sub-domain into that index search tool it comes up ok.
    good
    but if i enter a sub-domain/blog address it tells me to enter a valid URL.
    so maybe some of my sub-domain blogs are not getting indexed at all.
    now i really have to do some research.
    oh dear.
    rob
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  • Profile picture of the author faizaali
    get quality back links from those social bookmarking sites that crawl very fast so you will index fast
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  • There is something that i found today...Don't do much but just write on any topic. Now find search related to it in blogsearch of Google and submit your links through comments.

    This will help you to get more benefit.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yoel Cohen
    I would place a link on a PR 6 page...and ping that page with pingler.

    and of course the social bookmarking strategy.

    Getting indexed quickly is really easy, however getting ranked high as fast as possible is the real challenge.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      Have you checked the cpanel to see if any robots have visited? If they haven't, have you changed the WP default to allow them to crawl the site? The latest WP release has blocked robots as default and must be changed to get indexed.

      kay
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  • Profile picture of the author warrich
    try posting your website link on high traffic site those are dofollow link, your website will e indexed in a hour
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  • Profile picture of the author AndyBlackSEO
    Someone mentioned recently that WP have changed things slightly. When you setup a new blog you have to change the privacy settings to enable the search engines to crawl and index your site. Not sure if that is true or not?!

    As for checking the indexing status of any of my sites pages, or profile pages and articles etc I just run it through my app which tells me exactly which ones are not in Googles index. Big time saver.

    Adding links to your signature used to work wonders for getting pages indexed but no longer has the same effect.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marketing Ignite
    The best way to get indexed quickly is having your link on a webpage that you know gets spidered very often (like every day). Once Google Bot comes around you are in....
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  • Profile picture of the author Armandotoledo
    Hi Warriors
    I just want to add more tips
    Something you should not forget is Google loves content.
    First Google will index your domain name then your title then sub title then keywords or tags
    Wong
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    • Profile picture of the author mickeyy
      The best way to increase your search engine ranking is to get incoming links to your website from websites with a related subject matter. If the incomming links have the text you are trying to rank for as the "anchor text" of the link, it will help you to rank higher for that search term.
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  • Hmmm.. Its sometimes difficult to get your website indexed in Google even after getting so many backlinks and uploading quality contents in website. If still you are not in Google then you are surely loosing everything.

    Submit your website in forums, only in quality articles directories, ask for bookmark exchange and if yet you are not successful then submit your website directly in Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author type-m
    There's a video on Youtube in Google's channel where simple advice given is that build more backlinks.

    But I got my last blog indexed this way:

    1. I made an account to scribd(dot)com
    2. Linked back to my website in the profile.
    3. Pinged the profile url.
    4. Submitted a plr article to scribd with a link to my website.
    5. Pinged the plr article url


    The site was indexed in couple of minutes. I also had sitemap plug-in installed and activated on my blog.

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
    I am finding this more and more often that some domains appear to be banned right from the beginning and there is almost no way of getting round it.

    On further examination, it appears that they had been registered by someone before who did not renew them and let them drop. It is quite possible the domain was already banned by Google.

    You can check out your domain registration history by using whois.sc

    However, 5 days is no unusual and it is likely that they will be indexed soon.
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    • Profile picture of the author makhussy
      Try to submit your website wiht high page rank website and submit unique content
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      • Profile picture of the author Tony Dean
        Just a thought - if you are buying domains that have expired you should check if it is blacklisted - I don't think that would help with the search engine's!
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    • Profile picture of the author webbyworld
      Observe your postings whether they're unique or copied from any other resources. After posting them on wordpress try to post them in digg, facebook and twitter. Then start social bookmarking for those postings at folkd, propeller, reddit, delicious etc. Ping your blogs at pingler and pingomatic. Your blogs will definitely get indexed soon but be careful regarding your posts! Don't make it too much spammy looks with lots of keywords or links and obviously again I'm saying try to write unique and informative content what Google actually likes.
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