Pinging Private Network websites

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Hi,
I want to be on the safe side so my question are:
Do you ping websites in your private network when you post new links on them or do you let it sit there until Google discovers them?

Do you do pinging with online ping services or do you use something like Linklicious?

Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    If they are good solid sites, no real need to ping them.
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    • Profile picture of the author clean99
      They are just aged PR sites from a private network. Not too much content on them.
      I mean would it attract any "bad" attention from if they are pinged?

      thank you
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

      If they are good solid sites, no real need to ping them.
      Yep - if you have to ping your network it sucks or you are too impatient
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  • Profile picture of the author adlol
    tbh if the page requires to be pinged for the link to be found, the link power is most likely going to be crap.
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    • Profile picture of the author clean99
      Originally Posted by adlol View Post

      tbh if the page requires to be pinged for the link to be found, the link power is most likely going to be crap.
      the page is not crap, Just want to speed up process for Google to find that links
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  • Profile picture of the author GodOfSEOCo
    I link build to the posts, then ping the links I've built - Or I'll get 1 of my team to manually do some relevant link building for the posts.

    If it's a good domain/site it shouldn't need it - There are a few cool ways to get it added easily and Google will love!
    Have an analytics code of the country you're targeting (if you're targeting it) and have webmaster tools and just pull to index for each new post.
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  • Profile picture of the author clean99
    Okay, thanks for all your responses. I will just wait a bit longer, it's only been 4 days.

    How long does it usually take for links to get indexed on networks that don't suck?
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
      Originally Posted by Russerg View Post

      Okay, thanks for all your responses. I will just wait a bit longer, it's only been 4 days.

      How long does it usually take for links to get indexed on networks that don't suck?
      Most of my sites are getting indexed the same day. A few might take 1-2 days.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bambu
    No need to ping your private network websites. Google will find them in good time (if they are decent websites).
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  • Profile picture of the author Karan Rawat
    Well I alwayz Ping Websites, .....

    Originally Posted by Russerg View Post

    Hi,
    I want to be on the safe side so my question are:
    Do you ping websites in your private network when you post new links on them or do you let it sit there until Google discovers them?

    Do you do pinging with online ping services or do you use something like Linklicious?

    Thank you
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