Cached by Google in 24 hours

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there is any way to be cached by Google let's say in 24 hours for a page of your website?

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#cached #google #hours
  • Profile picture of the author unikbit
    should be someone who know
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  • Profile picture of the author unikbit
    from my tests there are few options to be cached very fast:

    1. to have your website on a blog with is indexed evry hour (news blog)
    2. registration with webmaster tools - this option get you in cached in 48 hours
    3 other option would an article submition to few hundreds article directories.
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  • Profile picture of the author simplyben
    Many blogs will have new pages indexed in Google within 3 minutes. I have one site where that happens and I do not use a sitemap nor webmaster tools. The site uses WP and there are 3-6 new articles a week posted. The site has all unique content that is geared toward the reader, not search engines. (no spun or generic crap)

    Other sites that I have that I don't update often (a couple posts a month) can take at least 48-72 hrs for new pages to be cached by Google.
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    • Profile picture of the author jxam69
      Originally Posted by simplyben View Post

      Many blogs will have new pages indexed in Google within 3 minutes. I have one site where that happens and I do not use a sitemap nor webmaster tools.
      In my experience the googlebot gives higher crawling priority to sites with higher PR, would I be right in assuming the front page of the site you mention is at least a PR 4, or that your RSS feed is instantly carried by a site with high PR?
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      • Profile picture of the author simplyben
        Originally Posted by jxam69 View Post

        In my experience the googlebot gives higher crawling priority to sites with higher PR, would I be right in assuming the front page of the site you mention is at least a PR 4, or that your RSS feed is instantly carried by a site with high PR?
        Actually it is a PR 2 homepage. PR is highly overrated when it comes to SERPS and how quickly a page gets cached in Google. (IMO)
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  • Profile picture of the author mantrainfo
    Use Google Webmasters tool to get index ASAP in Google search engine. Bookmark your URL in few Bookmarking sites like digg, reddit.etc. Sure you will get crawled in next 24 hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author gtk29
    I think Google determines if a site is being updated too fast, then they index those sites faster. Most of the forums with heavy traffic where new posts are being posted every minute and get indexed in a few minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author sherryfaty
    how to get fast cache by google for new post?
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Coudriet
    I have a Word Press site that gets indexed within 5 minutes of posting a new page. I do not bother with submitting to Google Web Master Tools.
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  • Profile picture of the author C Rebecca
    See, there is no surefire way of doing this. But it is believed that if done with prior arrangements your page may get cached in minutes.
    A fews are,
    - Submitting RSS feeds
    - Submitting to social bookmarking website
    - Pinging the search engine
    - Updating your Sitemap
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  • Profile picture of the author ghazia
    To do so you should have your site in blogger. The blog created in blogspot will be indexed within 24hrs. In other cases the time taken by Google to index our pages cannot be estimated.
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  • Profile picture of the author divinegrace
    Just build some decent links to your site. And everytime a new page is published, ping it to few websites. (You can define a good ping list in a WP blog.) Almost all the posts on my blogs are indexed within 24 hours. Sometimes in just a few minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    Actually Google decides to index websites fast or slow and its not clear that what parameters are important but i think quality of website and content of it are important factors and making quality links for your site and posting unique content on it, cause your site to be indexed faster but it can take some months that Google decides on the speed of indexing your content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oranges
    try pinterest, its breezy!
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  • Profile picture of the author Stuart william
    1. Create a sitemap and submit it to google webmaster tool.
    2. submit your website to popular social bookmarking website like digg, diggo
    3. Ping your website and sitemap to multiple ping sites
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