How To Get Indexed In Minutes - Every Time

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I've used this strategy for getting all my content indexed fast (usually in minutes, sometimes in mere seconds!) for over a year now, and it never fails me. One word: Amplify.com

Not only do my sites get indexed ultra-quick, but their links seem to carry so much weight that the Amplify.com link ends up sticking on page one forever, even after my main sites reach page one in Google.

I don't see Amplify.com mentioned often in IM-circles, and I wonder why, because to me, it's a God-send every time.

If you haven't used it before, you can download the free Mozilla add on from: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/amplify/

Then, every time you need a site/article/page/blog/etc indexed fast, just click on the Amplify tab in your Firefox browser, and voila, you're indexed faster than stink.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Johnston
    Originally Posted by xapher View Post

    tanx for the tips ^_^
    No worries mate!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
    Never used it before but it sounds good.

    Also, for WordPress sites, there is a plugin called PushPress and it gets my posts indexed in less than 30 seconds. And it does its job automatically.
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    • Profile picture of the author Karan Goel
      Originally Posted by Nail Yener View Post

      Never used it before but it sounds good.

      Also, for WordPress sites, there is a plugin called PushPress and it gets my posts indexed in less than 30 seconds. And it does its job automatically.
      Great plugin. Will try it.

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    • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
      Originally Posted by Nail Yener View Post

      Never used it before but it sounds good.

      Also, for WordPress sites, there is a plugin called PushPress and it gets my posts indexed in less than 30 seconds. And it does its job automatically.
      I installed this but didnt see any way to access any settings nor did i see anything relating to it new in my blog
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      • Profile picture of the author Nail Yener
        Originally Posted by madzzoo View Post

        I installed this but didnt see any way to access any settings nor did i see anything relating to it new in my blog
        You don't need any settings, you just install it and forget.
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  • Profile picture of the author BXPS
    Thanks for the link.

    Shall give it a try when needed.

    Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author misterkailo
    Can you share more information about Amplify here? Sounds interesting.
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  • Profile picture of the author 4Frankie
    Thanks for the tip use Wordpress. Also interested in the Amplify.com
    Always something new to learn.
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    • Profile picture of the author desmond11
      Good tip mate.

      If people are looking to get their site indexed quickly, try purchasing older domains, install a blog on the domain and then simply include new sites onto the blogroll.

      You're sites will get indexed pretty quickly since search prefer and trust older domains.

      This is also a long term strategy for your business.
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      • Profile picture of the author soulpower
        Originally Posted by desmond11 View Post

        Good tip mate.

        If people are looking to get their site indexed quickly, try purchasing older domains, install a blog on the domain and then simply include new sites onto the blogroll.

        You're sites will get indexed pretty quickly since search prefer and trust older domains.

        This is also a long term strategy for your business.
        just because they are older domains, doesn't mean they're getting crawled all the time. In fact, i would say this is a bad strategy and would obv cost you money you don't need to spend.
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    • Profile picture of the author jwmann2
      Thanks for sharing. Had heard of Amplify. Sometimes I don't always have time to wait on the spiders to crawl and index my updated content.
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      • Profile picture of the author cashflowsmobile
        Amplify is shutting down immediately. We've had a wonderful run and we are grateful to everyone for taking the journey with us.
        We've arranged for all of our users to be granted Clipboard accounts, which we believe is the best place for you to continue clipping the Web.
        Seems like they discontinued there services. I would be excited to hear some alternatives.


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  • Profile picture of the author simonbuzz
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    Amplify is a social bookmarking site that let us bookmark anything we want...I have been using it for 8 months....and also there is another one...called clipmarks.com which is also very good cause it gives 50 to 100 visitor per day to my site..hope that helps...cheers..
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  • Profile picture of the author Clint Butler
    From the Amplify FAQ page:
    Amplify FAQ

    What is Amplify?
    Amplify’s goal is to make conversations on the web more enjoyable. The first question people usually ask in response to that is “how is Amplify different than Twitter?” There are several important differences, but the key distinction is that while 140 characters is typically enough for posting an update, having a real conversation often requires more. The second question people usually ask in response to this is, “then how is Amplify different than Facebook?” Again, there are several differences, but the key one is that we believe some of the best conversations often involve people who aren’t already in your real life circle of friends.

    Can I post to other social networks and blogs using Amplify?
    You can use Amplify to autopost to Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Google Buzz, Tumblr, Posterous, WordPress and more. To set up any of these services, visit Settings >> Sharing Options.

    How can I use Amplify to spark conversation about things I find on the web?
    You can spark conversations about things you find on the web using the Amplify bookmarklet in any web browser or get the Amplify Firefox add-on or Google Chrome extension.

    Can I schedule posts on Amplify?
    Yes, you can schedule any post on Amplify by clicking the Calendar icon located near the Share button.

    Can I post to Amplify by email?
    Yes. To get your unique Amplify email address and learn more, visit Settings >> Post By Email.

    Can I find and follow my friends on Amplify?
    Absolutely. To find your friends, visit Settings and then click the Find Your Friends link.

    Can I use Google Analytics to monitor my traffic on Amplify?
    Yes, to set up Google Analytics, visit Settings and then click the Google Analytics link.

    Can I use Feedburner on Amplify?
    Yes, To replace the RSS feed on your Amplog with a Feedburner feed, visit Settings and then under More Settings click Feedburner RSS.

    Can I use the Amplify bookmarklet on my iPhone, iPad or Android iphone?
    Yes, to use the Amplify bookmarklet to share what you’re reading on your iPhone, iPad or Android phone, visit http://amplify.com/m-bookmarklet.

    Is there an Amplify app for iPhone, iPad or Android phones?
    Not yet, but we’re working on them and expect to have them available soon.

    Can I use Amplify to share from Google Reader?
    Yes, Amplify lets you clip and share direclty from Google Reader. When you Amplify something from Google Reader, the source URL of your post will link directly to the original source, not Google Reader.

    Can I use Bit.ly for shorteneing URLs I share via Amplify?
    Yes, to set up Bit.ly on Amplify, visit your Settings page and under “More Settings” click Enable Bit.ly URLs.

    How do I create an Amplify account?
    You can sign up for Amplify simply by using your Facebook or Twitter account. Join now

    Is Amplify free?
    Yes, Amplify is free.

    How can I delete or edit a post?
    To delete or edit one of your posts, click on Settings and then click “Edit Your Posts” in the bar at the top of the page.

    Why does my profile keeps changing?
    If you signed up via Twitter, your profile is pulled from Twitter each time you login to Amplify. If you want to change this, visit Settings >> Edit Your Profile and provide new information (be sure to check the box at the bottom of the page).”

    Can I approve new followers on Amplify?
    Sure, if you want to approve who can follow you on Amplify, visit Settings >> Privacy.
    Can I block people from following me on Amplify or commenting on my posts?
    To block someone from following you or commenting on your posts, visit their Amplify page and click “block” in their profile.
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  • Profile picture of the author fated82
    Lovely tip. I have just installed the PushPress plugin and see how fast it actually can index all my pages. Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author blend
    Good Stuff!

    This is how i get my website indexed....

    Go to Cubestat - Website Value Calculator, Estimations and Information and enter you URL.

    It couldn't be any easier than that
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  • Profile picture of the author WebsiteDeck
    Handy little tip. Thanks a lot!
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  • Profile picture of the author cborgrx
    I just downloaded amplify and will start using it asap. Thanks for the tip.
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  • Profile picture of the author AsianIM
    It sounds like a magic isn't it?? I will try it ASAP! Thanks mate!
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  • Profile picture of the author scarab
    Thanks for the tips. Has anyone tried using amplify and PushPress on the same site? Maybe share thare the results.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
    Just a personal thing probably, but I prefer PubSubHubbub to PushPress
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  • Profile picture of the author dadamson
    Amplify is awesome! I use it a lot.

    Although just by posting your link in a Warrior post you are pretty much indexed in seconds
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  • Profile picture of the author LetsGoViral
    Another method I prefer:
    1) Make a profile on a very popular forum (i.e. raptalk);
    2) Add the link to be indexed to signature;
    3) Post on some very popular threads.

    This works because the threads get Google bot visits and they will crawl your site, indexing it.
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  • Profile picture of the author kyhell
    the fastest way to get indexed that i have found is to type your url into seoheap web analyzer and in a few hours your indexed. beats downloading apps and adons
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  • Profile picture of the author thedog
    Great, thanks... I've a site that's just not indexing, I've used all these methods on it, hopefully it will start to rank soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author cc422
    This is great - I've used pingler and been able to get a site indexed within 24 hours - but this is even better as I'm reading it - we're talking even backlinks?
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    • awesome dude,

      I use clipmarks often and always wondered " what the heck is amplify "

      Goin to give it a try

      what method do you use to check indexing Tom
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  • Profile picture of the author carter3
    Thank alot for the great info.
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  • Profile picture of the author leaw1
    Awesome! info,thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author imfusa
    Originally Posted by Tom Johnston View Post

    I've used this strategy for getting all my content indexed fast (usually in minutes, sometimes in mere seconds!) for over a year now, and it never fails me. One word: Amplify.com

    Not only do my sites get indexed ultra-quick, but their links seem to carry so much weight that the Amplify.com link ends up sticking on page one forever, even after my main sites reach page one in Google.

    I don't see Amplify.com mentioned often in IM-circles, and I wonder why, because to me, it's a God-send every time.

    If you haven't used it before, you can download the free Mozilla add on from: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/amplify/

    Then, every time you need a site/article/page/blog/etc indexed fast, just click on the Amplify tab in your Firefox browser, and voila, you're indexed faster than stink.

    Now what contradicts everything i knew. I knew that you have to get a good amount of traffic and also to have a high pr authority site so get your posts indexed fast.
    Thanks for the share m8.
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    • Profile picture of the author Linda_C
      Originally Posted by imfusa View Post

      Now what contradicts everything i knew. I knew that you have to get a good amount of traffic and also to have a high pr authority site so get your posts indexed fast.
      Thanks for the share m8.
      Getting indexed and getting ranked aren't the same.

      Indexed is just being included in Google.
      Ranking is where you rank for your keywords.

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  • Profile picture of the author Dave90210
    I have my little secret for Wordpress that'll get you indexed in seconds. Download Google XML sitemap plugin and search for the Pingomatic plugin. Make your first post and wait a couple mins and you'll be listed in Google
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    • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
      i didnt see that plugin only one called ppinger..am i missing something?
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  • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
    Thanks guys for all the great ideas...it seems that alot of web 2.0 are not indexing at all..anyone else seeing this? :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
    I was having google index my blog withing minutes..and i tweaked some setting on xml sitemap and then it didnt get crawled for 22 hours and waiting.....grrrrr
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  • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
    now i have a new blog, where i moved one to a different domain withing hosting same wordpress and just now got crawled after 1 day and nothing indexed at all..ANY IDEAS?
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  • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
    Originally Posted by Ryan Kole View Post

    I do not understand how people are still having trouble with getting their websites indexed.

    In 2011, I simply register a domain name and automatically find it indexed by the search engines within 72 hours. I don't even spend time on submitting it or anything else, it is quite strange. I can remember having issues with getting indexed back in 2009, but it suddenly stopped a few months ago.

    What about web2.0 sites taking forever to index and then not even...i have some linking strategies i want to try but cant even get them started... any thoughts?
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  • I never knew about amplify, pushpress or clipmarks. Thanks A lot for the posts!
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  • Profile picture of the author panduari
    thanks for sharing
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  • Bookmark and build additional links to your feeder sites and main site. They WILL get indexed, just a matter of time... It's safe, powerful and works as long as you don't go crazy and leave xrumer blasting your site overnight.

    I have never heard about amplify, but if it's some kind of network designed to spread out your links, you always run the risk of Google labeling a link farm.
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    • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
      [QUOTE=OnlineMarketingSys;3719454]Bookmark and build additional links to your feeder sites and main site. They WILL get indexed, just a matter of time... It's safe, powerful and works as long as you don't go crazy and leave xrumer blasting your site overnight.


      what is a usual time frame?? i bookmarked and rss fed...
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      • Profile picture of the author John Jess
        Nice free info that anyone can start to use...
        I too never knew or heard of Amplify. Thanks for the tips
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    • Profile picture of the author simonbuzz
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      Originally Posted by OnlineMarketingSys View Post

      Bookmark and build additional links to your feeder sites and main site. They WILL get indexed, just a matter of time... It's safe, powerful and works as long as you don't go crazy and leave xrumer blasting your site overnight.

      I have never heard about amplify, but if it's some kind of network designed to spread out your links, you always run the risk of Google labeling a link farm.
      There is no risk in using bookmarking sites...cause all my post are bookmarked everyday....and it seems that Google love it...cause they index my sites in a matter of minutes...
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      • Originally Posted by simonbuzz View Post

        There is no risk in using bookmarking sites...cause all my post are bookmarked everyday....and it seems that Google love it...cause they index my sites in a matter of minutes...
        Yup. I was literally heading out the door and did not have the time to check out what exactly Amplify was. Thanks for clarifying thing mate. And yes bookmarks are 100% whitehat and if you submit several to the major bookmarking sites your site should get indexed within 24hrs.

        My main point was, be careful with link farm type of services, which promote your site to their own networks of sites.

        Thanks Mate-
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    • Profile picture of the author neojr
      WordPress new posts usually get indexed withing a few hours, even within a few minutes, thanks to the WordPress built-in ping feature, as you can see at Why Search Engines Love WordPress | SEO Desk
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    • Profile picture of the author thedog
      Originally Posted by jamesjones874 View Post

      What you want to do is go visit identi.caand create yourself a new account. For those who don't know what identi is, it is basically a website platform similar to Twitter. But it's not our intention to use it as twitter. Identi's pagerank is a PR8 which is very high, but the coolest thing is that all your "tweets" are DO FOLLOW. So after having tweeted a new message with your url, it will show up for a couple of minutes on the homepage of identi (= PR8 do follow). This will actually give your website a very powerful backlink to start with but it also will index your page. PR8 websites get crawled by the google crawlers very very often. This is why by using this method you’ll able to index your page ultra fast! If you don't believe me, make time to watch my video. Also after time, your own pagerank profile's page is going to increase. Mine is at this moment a PR5, and yes DO FOLLOW!
      Nice, I'm just wondering, if I add a shortened url, using, say bit.ly

      Do I get a backlink credit?
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  • Profile picture of the author madzzoo
    FYI Amplify submission links get indexed immediately....i mean immediately....did i say immediately?? LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author Oranges
    Amplify Can be used to index your backlinks as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author Google.me
      Reddit is crawling with spiders and the best..

      Other than that onlywire.com
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      • Profile picture of the author Tom Johnston
        Originally Posted by Google.me View Post

        Reddit is crawling with spiders and the best..

        Other than that onlywire.com
        Word to Reddit, great resource. Every time I've used onlywire I've been disappointed, because when I go to the sites it says it submitted to, 8 times out of 10, it didn't post. That's why I love Amplify, as it posts to most of the sites that Onlywire would if it actually worked.
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  • Profile picture of the author kingrob92
    thanks for sharing this i will be sure to try this out when i get the chance
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  • Profile picture of the author CheapTrafficDude
    Yet another awesome tool in my arsenal, thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author Roberto L
    Amplify, pushpress or clipmarks...all sounds perfect,,,trying now! Slow network speed everyday, sign....
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  • what's the difference of "getting indexed" vs "getting ranked" indexed I take it JUST means google knows who you are and your site. BUT, you will be on page 112,342 for your keyword.

    I've been trying like mad to get ranked for Run Trump Run! and it shouldn't be hard, how do I check? alexa? where?

    thanks for the tips guys, ill try those plugins
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  • call me crazy, but cant you just type in your domain name in google and hit enter and you should come up or anything else for that matter that has to do with your domain, affiliate sites,blogs,posts,articles, etc?

    if you type your domain into google search and nothing comes up, you got problems. When I check cubestat.com it says "0" indexed. Im confused
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  • Profile picture of the author autumn0106
    thanks for sharing such information.really great help
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  • Profile picture of the author Blacklabel3
    question about indexing...once it's indexed how often does it get checked for updates? Like if i had a site become indexed one day, updated it the next day, would it be instantly re-checked or would I have to do the indexing thing again?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Johnston
      Originally Posted by Blacklabel3 View Post

      question about indexing...once it's indexed how often does it get checked for updates? Like if i had a site become indexed one day, updated it the next day, would it be instantly re-checked or would I have to do the indexing thing again?
      Every time you update/add new pages, you should always ping them (using a free ping service like pingomatic.com). That way your updates get picked up by Google way quicker.
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  • Profile picture of the author tdj
    Originally Posted by Tom Johnston View Post

    I've used this strategy for getting all my content indexed fast (usually in minutes, sometimes in mere seconds!) for over a year now, and it never fails me. One word: Amplify.com

    Not only do my sites get indexed ultra-quick, but their links seem to carry so much weight that the Amplify.com link ends up sticking on page one forever, even after my main sites reach page one in Google.

    I don't see Amplify.com mentioned often in IM-circles, and I wonder why, because to me, it's a God-send every time.

    If you haven't used it before, you can download the free Mozilla add on from: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/amplify/

    Then, every time you need a site/article/page/blog/etc indexed fast, just click on the Amplify tab in your Firefox browser, and voila, you're indexed faster than stink.
    So if you download the add-on, and type your site url into the address bar, all you do is hit the amplify tab and it automatically bookmarks your site on amplify? I read something about having to have a facebook account with this add-on. Is that true?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Johnston
      Originally Posted by thedog View Post

      Nice, I'm just wondering, if I add a shortened url, using, say bit.ly

      Do I get a backlink credit?
      Yes you do.

      Originally Posted by tdj View Post

      So if you download the add-on, and type your site url into the address bar, all you do is hit the amplify tab and it automatically bookmarks your site on amplify? I read something about having to have a facebook account with this add-on. Is that true?
      There are two ways of doing it. You can set it up only to be posted by Amplify.com - that's the first way. The second way, which I highly recommend is to sign up for all the web 2.0 sites that Amplify.com auto-posts to (there's about 15 of them). The set up is a one-time deal. From there on, every time you click that Amplify button, it not only posts to Amplify, but also to all those other sites simultaneously.
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      • Profile picture of the author tdj
        Originally Posted by Tom Johnston View Post

        Yes you do.



        There are two ways of doing it. You can set it up only to be posted by Amplify.com - that's the first way. The second way, which I highly recommend is to sign up for all the web 2.0 sites that Amplify.com auto-posts to (there's about 15 of them). The set up is a one-time deal. From there on, every time you click that Amplify button, it not only posts to Amplify, but also to all those other sites simultaneously.
        Thanks Tom. Great post. Appreciate your feedback.

        Todd
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  • Profile picture of the author myopicmike
    Looks interesting. I will take a look at it. Doesn't look half bad.
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  • Profile picture of the author ajohan2004
    Any setting for PuSHPress ?
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  • Profile picture of the author amethystw11
    That's interesting, I will try that later. Thanks for sharing that one. I hope it will works on my end.
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  • Profile picture of the author ajohan2004
    Sometimes my blog got update instally after I post a new article, but sometimes need a few days to index
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  • Profile picture of the author va_mom
    I have never used amplify and clipmarks - i will surely try these out.. Thanks for the info, guys!
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  • Profile picture of the author krish21
    Thanks for the great tip. I will try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sandeep DG
    Good info, mate ! Thanks for sharing this tip, will help my work a lot.
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  • Profile picture of the author heliumcreative
    google always hungry for fresh & new content ...If you regularly update your website den google surly crawl it. If you have a blog & you update it on regular basis with fresh content crawler surly crawl your every post.
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  • Profile picture of the author StoneWilson
    Thanks for sharing, buddy. I got a question: Is this tip useful for new website or penalized website?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Johnston
      Originally Posted by StoneWilson View Post

      Thanks for sharing, buddy. I got a question: Is this tip useful for new website or penalized website?
      It's very powerful for getting a new site indexed. When you say penalized web site, what do you mean?
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  • Profile picture of the author jaywilson915
    Thanks a lot for this wonderful tip.. i have just installed amplify add-on, lets see how fast it can help me to index my webpages....
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