Question regarding higher PR domains backlinks indexing faster than....

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Hello Warriors,

So this is something I have wondered for a while now, I see the likes of Reedit and such managing to rank up on Google in a matter of hours sometimes. Am I right in thinking that if the domain e.g reddit for this example is used and someone makes a post on there, then where ever that person builds backlinks to that post his links would be indexed pretty much right away? again, I keep seeing this type of thing on Google with (added 4 hours ago) based on 10 pages of backlinks pointing to his reddit post. Does anyone know the answer to this please?
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  • Profile picture of the author bhushan@rancor
    Higher domain and frequently updated sites are keep indexing quickly. For example you can see any reputable news site, their news get indexed within few hours and they even don't need to build backlinks. They have huge number of followers who quickly share their news on popular social media sites, and hence their posts get quickly indexed.
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    • Profile picture of the author IM Lover
      Originally Posted by bhushan@rancor View Post

      Higher domain and frequently updated sites are keep indexing quickly. For example you can see any reputable news site, their news get indexed within few hours and they even don't need to build backlinks. They have huge number of followers who quickly share their news on popular social media sites, and hence their posts get quickly indexed.
      Thanks, yes I wondered this because the other day I was searching for some result on a game I missed, when searching I spotted top ranked sites such as the one I mentioned offering streams and such but they had only been created within the last 1/4 hours so it struck me as some what odd. Thing is I did look and could see their links had somehow been indexed in that time frame not just their post. I guess the high authority sites as you say really do offer good SEO power then.
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      • Profile picture of the author bhushan@rancor
        Originally Posted by PPC Lover View Post

        Thanks, yes I wondered this because the other day I was searching for some result on a game I missed, when searching I spotted top ranked sites such as the one I mentioned offering streams and such but they had only been created within the last 1/4 hours so it struck me as some what odd. Thing is I did look and could see their links had somehow been indexed in that time frame not just their post. I guess the high authority sites as you say really do offer good SEO power then.
        Precisely, If site A is indexed then all the attached links to domain A will also get indexed. Its the normal tendency of Google crawler to follow all links attached in a webpage.
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        • Profile picture of the author IM Lover
          Originally Posted by bhushan@rancor View Post

          Precisely, If site A is indexed then all the attached links to domain A will also get indexed. Its the normal tendency of Google crawler to follow all links attached in a webpage.
          Thanks for letting me know.
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          • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
            Originally Posted by bhushan@rancor View Post

            Precisely, If site A is indexed then all the attached links to domain A will also get indexed. Its the normal tendency of Google crawler to follow all links attached in a webpage.
            Originally Posted by PPC Lover View Post

            Thanks for letting me know.
            Yeah, except that is completely wrong.

            The crawlers follow links. They hop from page to page through links. When they index a new page, they have no way of knowing where all the links are that point to that page.
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            • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
              Originally Posted by MikeFriedman View Post

              Yeah, except that is completely wrong.

              The crawlers follow links. They hop from page to page through links. When they index a new page, they have no way of knowing where all the links are that point to that page.
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