Best methods to have a web page indexed quickly?

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Thanks in advance to anyone who gives their input.

Is there a tactic/strategy/method that any warriors are using to have Google quickly index a newly published page on an existing website?
I have a few blogs/websites that are updated pretty frequently and wanted to see if I could speed up having the new content show up in the SERPs.

Any tips are appreciated.
Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author AnniePot
    If you add content to your website consistently, Google will learn to visit regularly and index the new page/blog post. You won't need to do anything.

    With most of my blogs, I can post, wait a few minutes, then paste the post title into Google and hey presto, it's already been indexed.

    Going back a few years, I always used to sent a tweet to my Twitter subscribers with the title included. Google would index it within a few minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ashera
    If you are using Wordpress go to settings/writing:

    At the bottom it says Update Services, go to this link Update Services « WordPress Codex

    and copy paste the XML-RPC ping services. Works great for me. And of course, quality content
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  • Profile picture of the author John Romaine
    You can force a crawl within GWT but, not sure of its effectiveness.

    Check this post of mine out. Whilst its focused moreso on having a new site indexed, you should be able to apply most of it to an individual page.

    Posting it on digg, should be enough, though.

    http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ml#post2715984
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    • Profile picture of the author Sillysoft
      Originally Posted by John Romaine View Post

      You can force a crawl within GWT but, not sure of its effectiveness.

      Check this post of mine out. Whilst its focused moreso on having a new site indexed, you should be able to apply most of it to an individual page.

      Posting it on digg, should be enough, though.

      http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...ml#post2715984
      Well the effectiveness all depends on your keyword competition. My site had very little competition so it was found on the first page once Google indexed my site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sillysoft
    Simple:

    1. Create Google Webmaster Account
    2. Submit new site to Google Webmaster Tool
    3. Submit sitemap xml file to the site you created in Google Webmaster Tool

    The fastest I have been indexed by Google has been 6 hours. I also do other things like submit my site to Digg and StumbleUpon as well as create a post on Twitter with a link back to the website.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ashera
      Originally Posted by Sillysoft View Post

      Simple:

      1. Create Google Webmaster Account
      2. Submit new site to Google Webmaster Tool
      3. Submit sitemap xml file to the site you created in Google Webmaster Tool

      The fastest I have been indexed by Google has been 6 hours. I also do other things like submit my site to Digg and StumbleUpon as well as create a post on Twitter with a link back to the website.
      Have to be very careful with Google Webmaster Tools nowadays if you do any form of backlinking that might be considered even remotely grey or black hat.
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      • Profile picture of the author Sillysoft
        Originally Posted by Ashera View Post

        Have to be very careful with Google Webmaster Tools nowadays if you do any form of backlinking that might be considered even remotely grey or black hat.
        Something I dont have to worry about.
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  • Profile picture of the author bitdoze
    I usually relay on XML-RPC ping services from WordPress, but I have seen that if you submit the link to Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus or Stumbleupon you will have a better chance to have your links indexed faster. I even have posts indexed after a couple of minutes from publishing.
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    • Profile picture of the author tylerdee
      Wow! Great info!
      I'll definitely continue establishing a steady frequency of publishing and look into XML-RPC ping. Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author indybail
    I would post a link to the new website on Google+.
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  • Profile picture of the author iliana
    The first thing you should do it to create a site map and submit it to Google. If you have a wordpress blog you can do it very easy using "Google XML Sitemaps" otherwise you can do it manually.

    A few days ago I wrote an article on this. If you would like to have a look at it click here: "How to get your website on Google"
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  • Profile picture of the author PriceMaster
    A quick tip from me:

    Start posting in multiple Forums with the right signature. Usually Google Bots crawl Forums very frequently (Warrior Forum has a Google Bot 24/7 I am sure).

    So get posting and start earning
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