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You may or may not have heard people claim they can get listed in Google in only 24 hours. Nearly 100% of the people you

run across on the internet act like in order to get indexed by Google in 24 hours is some sort of miracle that can only be

accomplished by doing some “top secret squirrel” marketing tactic or super advanced search engine optimization strategy .

Truthfully, getting listed in Google even in under a day is really quite easy. First, lets define what it means; getting

indexed by Google. To get indexed into the Google database simply means your website has been ‘crawled’ and added to

Googles index of websites (this has nothing to do with gaining page rank, it is simply a first step).

In this article I show you three ways to get listed in Google, including one method that is virtually guaranteed to work.

I’m constantly surprised by what I find when dealing with search engine optimization clients.

One of those “surprises” is coming across sites that aren’t listed by Google, even though they have been live for many

months.

For most Web sites, Google refers more traffic than any other search engine . So it’s imperative that your site is indexed in

Google.

There are three simple methods to getting listed in Google, but only one of these is guaranteed.

1. Submit Direct To Google

The first method is to submit your web site via Google’s free submit your site form. Just submit your home page and Google’s

crawler, Googlebot, will crawl the rest.

However, Google does not add all submitted URLs to their index, and there is no guarantee as to when, or if, your site will

be indexed.

2. Get Linked From A Site That Google Crawls

The second method is to get a site that Google already crawls to link to your site. So when Google recrawls the web site, it

will find the link to your site and crawl and index it as well.

This is Google’s preferred method of finding sites to index.

To get another site to link to yours, simply look for a site that links to your competitors and ask them to link to yours.

You may have to offer a link back to their site in exchange.

You may like to read my link popularity article, “How To Quickly Improve Your Link Popularity.” In this article I show you

how to find link exchange partners.

3. Submit Your Site To The Yahoo! Directory & The Open Directory Project Index

The third method is to submit your web site to the Yahoo! Directory and/or Open Directory Project index, which is owned by

Netscape.

As far as I know, this is the only guaranteed method of getting into the Google index .

Google has agreements with Yahoo! and Netscape to include the sites indexed in their directories in the Google index . So

submit your site to either, or both (recommended), of these directories.

For more information, visit Yahoo!’s How to Suggest Your Site page and the Open Directory Project’s How to add a site to the

Open Directory page.

Once your site is included in either of these directories, it will appear in the Google index in about 3 to 6 weeks.

Byron Smith
admin@buywebhits.net
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http://www.buywebhits.net

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http://www.buywebhits.net

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