Indexed After 30 Seconds???

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I have a rather odd question. Here is the deal, for the last six months I have been doing digital camera reviews under a certain name, I tend to use different name for each niche when I do article marketing. So 20 minutes ago I submitted 5 more articles for a Canon compact S90 camera, the last one on blog.com , after that I googled my article user as I already started establishing authority and wanted to check up on it, I was confused to see the article I submitted 30 seconds before that to be number 5 in Google.

So my question is obvious, what happened?
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  • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
    This is a regular occurrence with most of my content including my blogs.

    It's easily done with authority.
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    • Profile picture of the author tschooduck
      I know that authority counts towards the speed of indexing, but I don't have that much authority, plus this would all have to happen instantaneous, I post, the site pings, bots crawl and index and millisecond later I'm on the 1st page of Google?

      Sound to me more like a glitch, I'll see if it's there tomorrow!
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      • Profile picture of the author Intrepreneur
        Originally Posted by tschooduck View Post

        I know that authority counts towards the speed of indexing, but I don't have that much authority, plus this would all have to happen instantaneous, I post, the site pings, bots crawl and index and millisecond later I'm on the 1st page of Google?

        Sound to me more like a glitch, I'll see if it's there tomorrow!
        Google indexes a lot faster now and if Google are finding links to your content on sites they crawl very often the better advantage it gives your sites new content of being indexed faster.

        Eventually if your site is high authority Google will crawl it fast too. But even then it's all about the sites that link to you because the better the sites that link to you the higher the PR you will have which is what Google crawl in order of... PR.

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        • Profile picture of the author paulgl
          This thread was indexed almost immediately after you started it.

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          • Profile picture of the author tschooduck
            Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

            This thread was indexed almost immediately after you started it.

            Paul
            I can understand that, after all, this is a high authority site with plenty of visits and I was talking about a subdomain blog which has around 20+ posts on it! I'm guessing that what got me confused the most was the ranking it got, but I guess it's possible, as I see that it is still there!
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  • Profile picture of the author ursimrankhanna
    Is it possible?
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  • Profile picture of the author garyr9001
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    • Profile picture of the author tschooduck
      Originally Posted by garyr9001 View Post

      I post blog many times and it never happens. For my curiosity what the things have you done. I am interested as well to try the techniques that you got.
      Honestly, i didn't do anything i don't do usually, the first thing is that the whole blog is about digital camera reviews and i use it for backlinks, it's a 6 months old blog, it' just a subdomain blog. But I guess it has some authority and solid traffic, I post a blog, submit rss, ping and submit to several bookmarking sites. Like I said, everything normal, I haven't noticed that happening earlier, but I haven't been looking.

      I must say, the traffic has drastically increased since I started using rss feeds!
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      • Profile picture of the author dburk
        Hi tschooduck,

        I think this situation calls for an analogy. Let's compare this to public busing, shall we?

        If we think of search engine bots as buses, websites as bus stops and web pages as passengers I believe I can explain.

        Some bus stops are more important and the buses visit every 10 minutes, while other more remote stops may only have 2 visits a day. A passenger could show up 30 seconds before the bus arrives at the remote stop and not have to wait more than 30 seconds. However the poor fellow that arrives 1 minute after the last passenger will be waiting half a day.

        If only we knew the schedule of the googlebots we could all have our pages indexed in 30 seconds or less, simply by posting moments before they arrive.

        If you are posting from a blogging platform like Wordpress you will have your new posts pinged by the built-in pinging service, Ping-O-Matic, which alerts the search engine bots that fresh content is available and tends to send the bots even faster.
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  • Profile picture of the author mjzivko
    I have had blog post index in a few seconds. It happens now and then, but only happens on High PR blogs that are constantly getting visits from spiders.
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  • Profile picture of the author DannyP_uk
    I have several blogs that I update daily, I get Google alerts for my new posts within 15 minutes, normally within a few minutes.

    If you update regularly then Google will crawl many times a day, even more so since the caffeine update.
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