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I'm wondering the free methods for getting your site indexed by google fast. Yesterday I set up a new site, and used a free version of Article Marketing Robot to send off a few articles and once set up was indexed in about 15 minutes. The software is great but I don't really use alot of artlicle marketing and only have a free five day version. Looking for any other methods.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Cutts
    Hello,

    I get indexed in about 24 - 48 hours normally

    I use social book marking and twitter and a few other things but that should be enough to wet your whistle

    All the best

    Danny
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    • Profile picture of the author zaki
      Nowadays i just use identi.ca. i will do a posting there including my domain and ping the posting using pingler or pingomatic. 2 hours later, i'll be index by google. i'll have the same results with digg.

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    • Profile picture of the author steven-brandon88
      Ok i am going to explain the method and why ou do it this way.

      You need to get a backlink from a very active website that i going to get regular visits from googles crawling and indexing robots. the idea is that when they crawl this site, the robot will follow the link back to your site and index it.

      Go to a web 2.0 site, profile page but i personally reccommend livejournal.com, they have a high PR and i find that they rank really well in google. ok so you create an article with a link back to your internal page www.domain.com/article.html on livejournal.

      now get your livejournal url and your domain url (actuallyi would get both the root domain www.domain.com and your internal page www.domain.com/article.html) with these 3 urls go to pingler.com (they only allow 2 url pings per day now, but there ia $3 a month fee for 25 urls) or ping-o-matic.com and ping your urls. the crwlers should see your sight within 24 to 48 hours.

      hope this helps

      BTW this is only 1 of many methods to get your site indexed, not the most powerful but definaetly the simplist.
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    • Profile picture of the author Essaywrite
      Originally Posted by Danny Cutts View Post

      Hello,

      I get indexed in about 24 - 48 hours normally

      I use social book marking and twitter and a few other things but that should be enough to wet your whistle

      All the best

      Danny

      Try using ATOM RSS. you will get indexed within minutes swear.
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  • Profile picture of the author freemen14
    I appreciate all the ideas. It seems as though getting links on a site with high PR is important. My sites are extreme "current news, sports, enterntainment" stuff so indexing every hour is a wasted hour. I'm still learning my system and all the help I can get is great. Thanks again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Promet_MKTG
    facebook, twitter, digg
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  • Profile picture of the author HunterSnake
    When I launch a new, completed web site, I pretty much do what Google recommends and find myself indexed within hours or days, especially after the recent algorithmic changes.
    1. Add your site to Google Webmaster Tools and submit a sitemap
    2. Add your URL to Google

    Easy.

    Also, there's...

    Ping-o-Matic!
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    • Profile picture of the author Promet_MKTG
      yea, those should be done when the build is being performed
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    • Profile picture of the author snobants
      Originally Posted by HunterSnake View Post

      When I launch a new, completed web site, I pretty much do what Google recommends and find myself indexed within hours or days, especially after the recent algorithmic changes.
      1. Add your site to Google Webmaster Tools and submit a sitemap
      2. Add your URL to Google

      Easy.

      Also, there's...

      Ping-o-Matic!
      You Never send to ([http://www[.g00gle.com]/addurl])
      you can index fast using social media, directory articles, and portals with unfollow (dont matter).
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      • Profile picture of the author HunterSnake
        Originally Posted by snobants View Post

        You Never send to gle your car banks ged at g000gle.com
        you can index fast using social media, directory articles, and portals with unfollow (dont matter).
        I've been chewed out by a few different people here for suggesting the submission of domains and sitemaps to Google. I always find this comical because Matt Cutts, Google's web site, and all common sense recommends doing so.

        There's nothing bad about submitting one's web site and/or sitemap manually to the search engines. They all recommend it and provide a mechanism for doing so. People that run around saying that this is a bad and dangerous practice and instead suggest spamming dofollow sites to quickly get indexed don't really make a lot of sense.
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        • Profile picture of the author snobants
          Originally Posted by HunterSnake View Post

          I've been chewed out by a few different people here for suggesting the submission of domains and sitemaps to Google. I always find this comical because Matt Cutts, Google's web site, and all common sense recommends doing so.

          There's nothing bad about submitting one's web site and/or sitemap manually to the search engines. They all recommend it and provide a mechanism for doing so. People that run around saying that this is a bad and dangerous practice and instead suggest spamming dofollow sites to quickly get indexed don't really make a lot of sense.
          i use social networking and 1 link PR5 and bookmarking, and my website index in 48 hours always.
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    • Profile picture of the author bigleaf
      Originally Posted by HunterSnake View Post

      When I launch a new, completed web site, I pretty much do what Google recommends and find myself indexed within hours or days, especially after the recent algorithmic changes.
      1. Add your site to Google Webmaster Tools and submit a sitemap
      2. Add your URL to Google
      Once again, HunterSnake is right on top with the best and safest methods. Bing has similar tools in their Webmaster Center and they work perfectly also.
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      • Profile picture of the author HunterSnake
        Originally Posted by bigleaf View Post

        Once again, HunterSnake is right on top with the best and safest methods. Bing has similar tools in their Webmaster Center and they work perfectly also.
        Thank you!

        I don't know everything and I've never proclaimed as much but I do try to make an effort to abide by the Ask.com Guidelines, Bing Guidelines, Google Guidelines, and Yahoo! Guidelines when practicing SEO and giving SEO recommendations. This makes sense to me since all major U.S. search sites are based on these four.

        In my opinion, there's absolutely no point in SEO techniques that break the rules for that's a good way to throw months or years of hard work in the trash via a ranking punishment or total delisting from search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author David08
    Just do Clip mark posting...
    Your site will index within 24 hors
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  • Profile picture of the author rprost
    The fastest way to get a site indexed is to post an article with a title for which Google has no search results. Google will log that there was a search for something there was no result for and send their bots out to find a site with the keyword
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  • Profile picture of the author SniperSoftware
    Try not to forget the SEO benefit of article marketing. Not only will you get indexed fast, but you will also outrank your competition.
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    • Profile picture of the author sambakker
      Social Bookmarking is killer. Just outsource it and it works a treat.
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      • Profile picture of the author FreshPLR
        Is it necessary to post to more than say the top 3 or 4 social bookmark sites? If you do Digg, delicious, SU, and say propeller or mixx that should be more than enough. You could do that yourself in 10 minutes or so for an article.

        Why do we need 100's of social bookmarks? Getting indexed is one thing, building backlinks is another.
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  • Profile picture of the author S.Nieves
    I agree with the above mentioned. My joomla site is built to submit articles to digg, facebook and twitter.com, they get indexed in a couple hours.

    webmasters tools x sitemap submission is also a must like mentioned above as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author mekap04
    Well I was wondering about the same thing. I just also created two brand new sites and what I did was submit google sitemap, submit my rss feeds to a few of the top rss directories, and bookmarked my site using onlywire and one of my sites is now indexed in Google. The other one isnt indexed yet but I think that is due to not bookmarking the site which I have now done.
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  • Profile picture of the author Billionbound
    Hi there,

    For me I would have to say social media sites and your key words. I recently did an article and only posted it to ezine articles. After it was approved it was #1 in 4 search engines in less than 2 days. Using authority key words can help you alot too. To find out more about that just search through google labs.

    Hope this was help full.

    Joshua
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  • Profile picture of the author m100k
    For quick indexing you can use pingler and onlywire bookmarking. It pretty much gets the job done if you set you bookmarking sites to be indexed by google bots periodically.
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    • Profile picture of the author mellisaj
      xml sitemap submission to major search engine such as Google, Yahoo and Bing is the best and easy way to index your website fast.
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  • Profile picture of the author bioss
    my best way to do fast index is put in the new site "Google Adsense" .

    in 10h-24h your site will be index.

    Good Luck.
    Eric.
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  • Profile picture of the author auburnfan23
    putting your link in your signature on forums like this or digitalpoint will get it indexed fast aswell because they are crawled by google so many times a day.
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    • Profile picture of the author Carlos Castro
      I posted this at another site, but since it's basically the same question I'm pasting my response from the other site here:

      I call it 'establishing the asset' and it's quite simple. First, you create the asset, that could be either a site, a page, a blog post, an article, etc. Then you story submit the asset to these sites: Digg, Yahoo Buzz, Propeller, Kirtsy, then copy and paste the asset at Sodahead. Onlywire the asset as well as the story submissions. If your asset is a website create a profile about your site at Aboutus.org, also post a rating of your asset at Rateitall.com. Should take about 15-20 minutes.

      This will index your asset.
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  • Profile picture of the author va_mom
    Oh, great tips here! Actually i do variations.. Sometimes i submit to Google and then bookmark and ping. Sometimes i do article marketing and bookmark and ping. The results are equally the same.
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  • Profile picture of the author tribros
    do blog comments, social bookmarking, forum posting, tweeting and I'm sure your site will get indexed within just a few hours.
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    • Profile picture of the author Am I Tinman
      What works for me is Digg and add a link in my Tumblr site. Usually indexed within a day for a new site.

      It works well with three words domain, but for two and four words domain sometimes took as long as a week.
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  • Profile picture of the author aftermath
    24 hours is a big amount of time to get indexed.

    Create and XML sitemap and submit it to webmaster tool and just relax things will happen.

    Bonus tip: Comment on high traffic dofollow blog.
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    • Profile picture of the author HCLee
      I usually take 1 day to index any of my new websites. This is what I do:

      1. Submit to Diggs,
      2. Submit to IMAutomator,
      3. Get a few high PR Profile backlinks using Angela's Backlinks,
      4. Create a sitemap
      5. Ping all the backlinks
      6. Create all backlink urls to RSS and submit to RSS directories(I use Big Mike's)
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  • Profile picture of the author not2much4u
    Has anyone had a lot of luck using twitter, facebook, etc?? I tried that with one of my sites recently and had not luck for a couple of weeks.
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  • Profile picture of the author uktelsysco
    Submit RSS Feed to quality RSS Directories.
    Google Bookmarks anytime Google see a bookmark on someone's page.
    Creative way for Google to get link on craigslist.
    Post comment on dofollow blog.
    Buy Some link.
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  • Profile picture of the author flipfl0p
    I get indexed withing the next 24hours after buying the websitename from my hosting company. Just create 2 post, use Wordpress, get the name of the website very much alike your keyword. That's it I didn't even think of getting indexed but it really got indexed even without so much effort.
    Hope that helps
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  • Profile picture of the author sportsjerseys
    XML Sitemap Submission will be help fast indexing.

    I got very good result for Sitemap submission.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elliot Clark
    Try socialmarker.com, pingoat.com, pingomatic.com
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  • Profile picture of the author trooperbill
    i just throw up a link on my blog and they get indexed same day (i havent measured time) this is probably due to the UBER ping list i use in wordpress lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author rosesmark
    Used those websites..Who provide you website analysis tools like

    http://www.compete.com
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  • Profile picture of the author webmedia
    Google always looking for fresh content on the web, so when ever a new page created Google index it immediately. So this is not a wonder.
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  • Profile picture of the author eugeneoconnell
    Social bookmarking, Profile backlinks, Forum posting, Facebook. Then ping all your backlinks with pingdevice or pingomatic.
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  • Profile picture of the author rhexdesantos
    very nice.! thanks for the info guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author Regina89
    1. Create a sitemap on your web,
    2. Get a few high PR Profile backlinks
    3. Submit to Diggs
    4. don't forget to Ping all the backlinks
    5. Create all backlink urls to RSS and submit to RSS directories
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  • Profile picture of the author LiftMyRank
    Doing this will get your site indexed in a matter of hours;

    Post a new thread here on WF with at least 250 words of unique content, then in your sig insert your link, then send an email from one gmail account to another gmail account with your URL in it and a link to your new WF thread.

    Sometimes, I've gotten indexed in under an hour using this method, no joke.
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  • Profile picture of the author marksmith21
    I think the fastest way to get indexed is getting your site Google +1 liked. I did that with a site of mine and it was indexed within 1 hour.
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  • Profile picture of the author chrislangley
    You can get indexed reasonably quickly by submitting your site to the social bookmarks like Digg and Reddit, Google regularly indexes these sites, so the more your site is on them, the more chances you will equally be indexed
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