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A few tops tips for getting your website indexed in Google as quickly as possible

A few tops tips for getting your website indexed in Google as quickly as possible

There are so many services online that promise “fast, 24hr indexation by Google” and what’s more, some of these services charge in excess of $ 30 for the privilege. The truth is, no company in the land can “guarantee” that your website will be indexed, and there’s no company that can place a time limit on how long it will take Google to visit your website. What may be even more surprising is that you don’t even need to pay a company to get you indexed in Google, there are some simple steps that you can take on your own accord, simple steps that will take you less than one hour, to get your site indexed in the quickest timeframe possible. The first thing to keep in mind is that Google indexes pages rather than websites, while some pages on your website may be indexed, the main thing you should be striving for isn’t just indexation itself, but full coverage of your website.

This is where the real traffic is.

The easiest way to get listed into Google is to submit a backlink to your website. One way to do this is to add a comment to a blog – in some cases it may be best to look for what are termed “do follow” blogs. Place a short comment at the bottom of one of the blog posts with a link back to your site. Another good way to get fast indexation is to submit an article, there are many frequently crawled article directories on the web that will publish your content instantaneously to their servers – just place a backlink at the bottom of the page. Another good way to ensure that visiting Googlebot indexes all of your content on-site is to submit an XML Sitemap – there are literally hundreds of websites on the web that will generate a free XML Sitemap on your behalf.

Upload this sitemap to the root of your server and also submit it via Google Webmaster Tools. Finally, try submitting your listing to Google via their add URL service – it’s an interesting step to take.

Mark Jang is a renowned author on SEO . Visit SEO Training Glasgow for more information on how to learn SEO in the UK.

 
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