7 ways to get your new site indexed super fast
Back in the day getting Google to index your site was a bit of a waiting game. There were a variety of online services that proclaimed to speed of the process. SEO companies would offer search engine submissions as a paid service, and software apps like Web Position Gold sold bucket loads. The fact is Google will crawl and index your site when it is good and ready, NOT when you tell it to. However there are certain things that will assist Google finding your site over the thousands of new sites created everyday.
The following are activities I do when finishing a brand new site. They all work, and doing more than one is definitely better than just doing one.
1. Twitter – Mention a tweet about your site including the keyword. Something like… “I just found
a great site about home made beer brewing at www.homemadebeerbrewing.com (this is not my site so not a shameless plug)”.
2. Dmoz directory – Go to www.dmoz.org and submit your site there.
3. Write an article about your site and submit it to one of the many article submission sites such as www.ezinearticles.
4. Ping your site – For this technique, you’ll need a blog. You can go to www.bloggingfreak.com
to see how to set up a blog for free. (very easy to do) Then put the article that you wrote about
on your site on your blog and go to http://pingomatic.com/ and fill out the forms. If you have a WordPress site you can get the Ping o Matic plugin which does a similar thing.
5. Google groups – Create a new group about your topic/niche and mention the new site with
the keywords in it. You can find google groups at www.groups.google.com.
6. Onlywire – After you blog or tweet or make your page, use Onlywire to get the word out. www.
7. Set up a Google Adwords account with some keywords. I would suggest a daily budget of £5 otherwise you could end up spending a fortune. Obviously make sure that the ads point back to your site. It only takes about 10 mins to set up a campaign and you can leave it running for 24hrs.