How can I get indexed into Goolge in 24 hours?

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I want to know any tricks of the trade to get indexed into Google within 24 hours. Here's what I've done so far and it hasn't gotten me into the database.

Create a blogger blog with 5 posts each linking to one another
Created an article and posted with Go Articles
Used Onlywire and created a bookmark with all those bookmark sites
Created a Digg and dugg my Blogger blog as well as my digg.

So far each one of the above has gotten indexed into Google with my address listed but....my actual blog's address is yet to be indexed into Google.

An example of what I've been taking about is when I google my sites address

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#goolge #hours #indexed
  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    Just submit the rss feed of your blog to some rss sharing sites and the bots will be around in minutes.
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  • Profile picture of the author nick1123
    Get several sites to link to it that crawled every day. Let Google discover a link to it in multiple places.

    Sign in to your iGooge and bookmark the url.

    Put an adsense ad on it.

    Get 10 people to stumble it and Google will probably take notice.


    Why is it so important that you get indexed in 24 hours?
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Mayo
      Hi Warriors,

      The answer is simple!

      Just place the site in your signature here on the Warrior Forum and it will
      be indexed within 24 hours.

      It's always better to attach the Signature to a post while giving valuable
      information.

      This builds Business Character and Customer Relations.
      It also defines what type of person/business they're dealing with.

      Hope that Helps!
      Have a Great Day!
      Michael
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      • Profile picture of the author yesacpow
        I second that.

        This forum gets crawled several times per day and is the best way to get your website indexed within 24 hours.

        Originally Posted by Michael Mayo View Post

        Hi Warriors,

        The answer is simple!

        Just place the site in your signature here on the Warrior Forum and it will
        be indexed within 24 hours.

        It's always better to attach the Signature to a post while giving valuable
        information.

        This builds Business Character and Customer Relations.
        It also defines what type of person/business they're dealing with.

        Hope that Helps!
        Have a Great Day!
        Michael
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  • Profile picture of the author John Atkins
    You need lots of lots of backlinks to your blog. You can start writing articles and put a link back to your site in the resource box.

    BTW

    Don't submit them to goarticles, submit them to ezine first. If you don't know how to write articles properly then perahps I can help you. Take a look at my sig.


    Originally Posted by simpleonline1234 View Post

    I want to know any tricks of the trade to get indexed into Google within 24 hours. Here's what I've done so far and it hasn't gotten me into the database.

    Create a blogger blog with 5 posts each linking to one another
    Created an article and posted with Go Articles
    Used Onlywire and created a bookmark with all those bookmark sites
    Created a Digg and dugg my Blogger blog as well as my digg.

    So far each one of the above has gotten indexed into Google with my address listed but....my actual blog's address is yet to be indexed into Google.

    An example of what I've been taking about is when I google my sites address

    ImageShack - Image Hosting :: examplenst.jpg

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  • Profile picture of the author xlfutur1
    bookmark the site at digg.com, that will do it in 24-48 hours. Or post it on Craigslist. Its easy to get indexed these days. youtube would probably work just as fast too.
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    • Profile picture of the author David
      Originally Posted by xlfutur1 View Post

      bookmark the site at digg.com, that will do it in 24-48 hours. Or post it on Craigslist. Its easy to get indexed these days. youtube would probably work just as fast too.

      I thought I read somewhere that Craigslist is no follow so how would that help him?

      and I 'ditto' what Chris Monty said:

      go to Google webmaster tools first, enter your blogs info,
      go to Google Analytics, install the site tracking code
      go to feedburner, burn the feed
      go to IGoogle page, add the rss feed to that page
      repeat for my.yahoo.com

      that does the trick for me

      Remember... you WANT something from Google, use their tools... all of em
      Use every thing Google offers.
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      • Profile picture of the author BurgerBoy
        Originally Posted by David View Post

        I thought I read somewhere that Craigslist is no follow so how would that help him?

        and I 'ditto' what Chris Monty said:

        go to Google webmaster tools first, enter your blogs info,
        go to Google Analytics, install the site tracking code
        go to feedburner, burn the feed
        go to IGoogle page, add the rss feed to that page
        repeat for my.yahoo.com

        that does the trick for me

        Remember... you WANT something from Google, use their tools... all of em
        Use every thing Google offers.
        NoFollow does not keep Google from following the link. It just doesn't include the site when figuring out your site ranking.

        That's what Matt Cutter says on his Google blog anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author reynald2790
    I got it. First, Google is not allowed to search your website address because google is only for keywords not for web address. try to search your keywords in google.
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    • Profile picture of the author Nathan Hangen
      Yep, here is my method:

      submit to google
      subscribe to the rss with google reader
      forum sig here and at digital point
      bookmark with Digg and Stumble
      New Trick - Use the google wiki search to bump it by suggesting a URL.
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      • Profile picture of the author M Thompson
        Don't worry about it it will happen soon enough!

        Just create your site, submit good articles to ezine articles and you'll get lots of traffic without being indexed.
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    • Profile picture of the author BurgerBoy
      Originally Posted by reynald2790 View Post

      I got it. First, Google is not allowed to search your website address because google is only for keywords not for web address. try to search your keywords in google.
      You can see what pages google has indexed on your site by typing:

      site:yoursiteurl. com in the google search box and it will show you all the pages on your site it's indexed.

      Remove the space between the . com
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Monty
    Submit your XML sitemap to Google in their webmaster tools. Also, verify your site with them.

    That, plus the things you've already mentioned have gotten me indexed in less than a day.
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    • Profile picture of the author stevenh512
      Originally Posted by Chris Monty View Post

      Submit your XML sitemap to Google in their webmaster tools. Also, verify your site with them.

      That, plus the things you've already mentioned have gotten me indexed in less than a day.
      I think the sitemap is a must if you want to get indexed quickly. Help googlebot find and crawl your site, and googlebot will give you a little love. It might not help much as far as rankings, but for getting a site crawled and indexed quickly it's a huge advantage. For a blogger blog, Google can use your atom feed as a sitemap. For any other blog your rss feed works just as well, but for wordpress I prefer to use the xml sitemap plugin to generate a "proper" sitemap.

      I've never had a problem getting a blog indexed in Google in under 48 hours (and usually under 24 hours) just by submitting a sitemap, verifying my site through Google's webmaster tools and pinging the blog with pingomatic.
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    • Profile picture of the author vaintheartiste
      Originally Posted by Chris Monty View Post

      Submit your XML sitemap to Google in their webmaster tools. Also, verify your site with them.

      That, plus the things you've already mentioned have gotten me indexed in less than a day.
      I agree with Monty. I waited for 1 month for my hosted wordpress blog to be indexed by Google but it never happened until I tried using Google's Webmaster Tool.

      To able to use this tool, it was necessary to have a sitemap and an allow all robots.txt file installed in the root folder of my server.

      In less than 20 minutes, I saw my site in Google's search engine. Maybe I was lucky. I don't know but it worked.
      All the best. Hopefully I write a post about it on my blog soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan Hangen
    By the way, I got Twitter Rockstar - Advanced Twitter Tactics indexed in 12 hours by doing the following:

    setup backlinks at weebly, blogger, and wordpress.
    Stumbled, Digg'd, Tumbled
    Submit to Google
    Forum sig here
    Twitter

    12 hours later, its on 1st page.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mickm
    If you're still not indexed today send me your URL, I'll get you indexed in about 2 hours.

    (and no that's not a sales pitch or anything like that, just send me the link and wait a couple of hours)
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  • Profile picture of the author ehicks727
    Originally Posted by simpleonline1234 View Post

    I want to know any tricks of the trade to get indexed into Google within 24 hours. Here's what I've done so far and it hasn't gotten me into the database.
    I'm probably giving away some SEO secret sauce here, but what the heck! I'm feeling helpful today.

    Most pro SEOs maintain several sites, such as blogs, that they maintain daily. I keep about 5 blogs very active and Google visits those home pages daily, sometimes hourly (I watch the logs, so I know exactly how many times a day Google visits).

    Any link I put into a widget gets picked up daily because my blogs are so active. Google will follow the link, and as long as your site isn't a piece of crap, you'll get indexed pretty quickly.. usually within 24 hours.

    Also, as people said above I believe, you'll need to submit the url and a sitemap, and make sure there's no errors in your site.

    It takes a lot of work to ensure that you can get any site indexed quickly... there is no quick solution. This is what separates the men from the boys.

    I'm sure there are other ways of doing it, but this is the safest and most effective, imho
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  • Profile picture of the author Mickm
    Getting linked from sites within Google News and the major newswires is the quickest and safest way - Google puts a lot of importance on these links.

    Here's how I do it: I submit a relevant and on topic report to one or two sites who hire me as their SEO, who also happen to be syndicated in the major newswires. Quick and legal.

    One of my flagship sites gets crawled a few thousand times a day.. yep thousands, so I get an on topic article posted there containing a link to the on topic site I want indexed.

    Not only does it index quickly, it ranks pretty high.. mind you I only do it if the site that needs indexing is quality.
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  • Profile picture of the author biggunn
    Using Pinging services like PingGoat or Autopinger can help also in addition to making sure you have backlinks from sites that get indexed often
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  • Profile picture of the author Sebulba
    Seem like all are good ideas, thanks

    Seb
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  • Profile picture of the author Traffic101
    I agree with Chris, a sitemap is super important. It's helped me get ranked in google quickly, and now I am slowly getting there with Yahoo. Submit a sitemap to google, yahoo, live, and ask. You will get indexed a lot faster that way.

    And yes, using your signature on forums is a great way, along with submitting comments on popular blogs. Whenever I comment on www.problogger.net, I usually see a link the next day via google.
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  • Profile picture of the author wearehere
    I think it is very simple .One of my post is indexed only after 19minutes. I only use digg.
    but it is not bring me too much traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author bryansmith
    yeah submitting the xml sitemap to Google through webmaster tools works best in getting site indexed faster.
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    • Profile picture of the author aa_kusuma
      Originally Posted by bryansmith View Post

      yeah submitting the xml sitemap to Google through webmaster tools works best in getting site indexed faster.
      That's right, and usually will get index within 48 hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amanti Code
    I'd also look into some RSS broadcasters to increase your chances of getting indexed.
    Take a look at FeedBurner.com. Using FeedBurner to help distribute your blog posts will help make your blog content more accessible to the public. It also gets distributed to a wide variety of blog directories. Further more, it'll help ping your posts on your blog.
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  • Profile picture of the author japanguy
    OK, I am trying to get my new blog seen by Google. I will try posting it here as you suggest!
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    • Profile picture of the author LadyL08
      When we talk about being indexed quickly is it just your main page?

      I have a content site with 176 pages. Webmaster tools says only 34 pages indexed. How do I get other pages indexed? I submitted sitemap.

      Here's a test, I'm putting a link to one of the pages that's not indexed yet. Can Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure
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      • Profile picture of the author David
        Originally Posted by LadyL08 View Post

        When we talk about being indexed quickly is it just your main page?

        I have a content site with 176 pages. Webmaster tools says only 34 pages indexed. How do I get other pages indexed? I submitted sitemap.

        Here's a test, I'm putting a link to one of the pages that's not indexed yet. Can Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure
        AFAIK the 'missing' 130 some odd pages that appear to be not indexed, actually ARE indexed... Google just isn't showing you that.

        Google doesn't reveal all that it knows, just like it would be counterproductive for Google to just come right out and reveal what the algorithm is
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  • Profile picture of the author jiht76
    Wooo...

    I really learned a lot on this thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author localyocal
    If you use all the methods described such as sitemap in Google Webmaster tools, articles to article banks, blog postings, blog comments (dofollow), links on high traffic websites, directories and forums, and social media you can't help but be indexed soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author NilsUSA
    not to forget again,RSS Feeds for high PR blogs is a speedy way to get noticed and let the crawler find it.Submission to online directories can be good but can take some time.
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    hi! i am really newbie to blogging and i am learning lots of thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author nvs74191
    Sorry to sound negative, but what great thing do you achieve by getting indexed in 24 hours?

    I think it is just a hype. In any case, google indexes pages quickly enough, and it doesn't take more than 3-5 days anyways. Unless you have a super SEO secret and great list of links, you are not listed at the top. I think it is better you focus on building your pages and getting links.

    The trouble with all of us in the warrior forum is that though we are rational beings, we also fall for hype and make implulse buying decisions.

    I guess it is easier to sell to warrior forum members than to a lay customer...
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  • Profile picture of the author nvs74191
    Sorry to sound negative, but what great thing do you achieve by getting indexed in 24 hours?

    I think it is just a hype. In any case, google indexes pages quickly enough, and it doesn't take more than 3-5 days anyways. Unless you have a super SEO secret and great list of links, you are not listed at the top. I think it is better you focus on building your pages and getting links.

    If your site is good enough, and your content is good, you will be found by SEs. If you have great relevant links, you will climb to the top.

    The trouble with all of us in the warrior forum is that though we are rational beings, we also fall for hype and make implulse buying decisions. I don't know when we will stop looking for the magic bullet and the great secret to become an instant success.

    I guess it is easier to sell to warrior forum members than to a lay customer...
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  • Profile picture of the author webmania
    Submitting XML sitemap and articles with some links at the resource box which link to you site, will helps search engine to indexed your site sooner then later
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  • Profile picture of the author AlbertF
    Socially bookmark those pages, then submit to RSS directories and ping them. Fastest legitimate way in my opinion to get quickly indexed.
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