Here is how I get in a search engine index in less than 24 hours.
Each time I publish a web page or a blog post, I can usually find my page listed in Google’s search engine index within a day.
Getting your web pages and blog posts in Google’s search engine index quickly is not a difficult task, but it does require some work on your part. For those who have published web pages ages ago but are still not indexed, I am certain that this back linking strategy will help your page break into Google’s search engine index.
I call this back linking strategy the PR juice flow strategy because you are essentially transferring page rank (PR) from a popular website to your website, thus alarming the search engines of your existence so they can include you in their search engine index.
This strategy is a lot easier and less time consuming to execute that the link wheel back link building strategy. Whereas in a link wheel you close a loop between multiple websites, this strategy only requires you obtain back links from one popular website.
Select a page on your website that you are having difficulty getting listed in the search engine index. Spin the content or write a new content piece of approximately 500 words all together.
Open an account with a popular article directory such as EzineArticles or a web 2.0 property like TypePad and submit your article for inclusion. Your article must have two links in it, one to your website’s main page or home page, and one to the specific web page that you are having a difficulty getting indexed or listed on search engines.
Use specific keywords as the underlying text (called anchor text) to link out from your article to your website and web pages. The anchor text that you use should be the main keyword of the page you are linking to. The best way to demonstrate this is to walk through an example.
This is one of the articles I submitted to EzineArticles to get one of my web page’s indexed.
Notice the two links on the bottom of this article. The key phrase care of lucky bamboo plants links to the webpage on my website that is targeted to rank for that keyword, while the key phrase growing bamboo links to the home page of the website. I am trying to get the website to rank for “growing bamboo”.
I plan on writing about what the main keyword of a specific web page is in a post on optimizing web pages and blog posts in the near future. It is important that you utilize the main keyword in your back link building efforts for maximum benefit. This not only ensures you get into the search engine index, but also improves your web property’s overall search engine optimization.
The act of linking to web pages within your website is called deep linking. Conventional link building methods only emphasize linking back to the home page of your website, which is not wrong. However, one is leaving a lot on the table by not implementing deep linking in my opinion and experience over the years.
When you are deep linking in addition to linking back to your website’s home page, you are flowing page rank from the website you are linking from to the specific web pages on your website. When you do this for all individual web pages on your website, you are building your website’s overall popularity. If you are going to resort to article submission to get into a search engine index, you might as well spend an extra thirty seconds including a deep link to your website also. Why? Because of the cumulative push-up effect.
Always think about your website as a pyramid, where your home page is the tip and the web pages are the underlying base. As each web page gets listed in a search engine index and develops page rank or popularity over time, all of the web pages together collectively push your home page rank higher in search engine search results.
The PR juice flow back link building strategy works like a charm and works very fast. Another way to ensure you get into a search engine index quickly is by generating and submitting a sitemap to search engines each time you make a change to your website or blog.
The sitemap generation and submission process helps tremendously, but comes with its own set of challenges. It is time consuming and inconvenient to recreate and submit a new sitemap each time you edit your website.
If you are on a blog platform such as WordPress, there are plugins available that help you automate this process for a blog. However, I have only found one tool that allows you this automation with a static website. Building and submitting a sitemap each time you update a website can be a big pain, and not doing so can hurt your website’s performance. Read how you can overcome this challenge easily here.
In conclusion, this strategy is best and quickest if you are having a hard time getting some of your web pages listed in a search engine index. A quick article submission to a reputable article directory or web 2.0 property with the appropriate back linking structure should get your webpage indexed in less than 24 hours. Give it a shot and see how it works for you.
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Thanks for a marvelous posting! This is my first visit to your blog! We are a team of volunteers and starting a new project in a community in the same niche. Your blog provided us beneficial information to work on. You have done an extraordinary job.
looking forward to interacting with you more James. tell me more about your project?
One strategy I use is submitting the article to digg right away and posting on Facebook, twitter automatically. As well as publishing a post on a web 2.0 site and submitting the 2.0 site via ping.fm or another service and have the search find my link to get the juice.
Akil, if you provide the same content to a web 2.0 or a directory, i.e. ezinearticles, are you not concerned that ezine will be indexed first and thus the real content on your site will be deemed duplicate?
Sunil, What’s your preferred sitemap plugin for WordPress? Google XML sitemaps?
Also, do you recommend expanding upon the default pinglist (by adding more sites) in WordPress?
google sitemaps is the best one out there for blogs (non static sites), and yes the more you can get into your ping list (pingoat, et all) the better. just make sure there are no duplicates.
You should use the dagonsitemap and XML Sitemap as well as you should try to keep plugins to a minimum 30 to 40 and only use the ones you need.
I learned that the hard way as some plugin conflict with your site especially seo plugins. I wrote a nice article on my experience on my site lol.
If your using video get a video site map as well
I really enjoy reading all your posts. You always provide useful tips.
Many thanks Sunil
most welcome Juliana. let me know how I can help you meet your objectives
I had someone tell me this week that if I want a certain page to be submitted to the index right away, that I should submit that through Google’s webmaster tools. Just go to “diagnostics/fetch as googlebot” and then once it fetches the page you want, just click on “submit to index” link. It will then give you the option to submit the url to the index – or to submit the url and all linked pages to the index. I’ve tried it once but it seemed to work pretty well at getting it indexed right away.
thanks for the neat tip. i did not know this about Google Webmasters…i know they are evolving with several new features. will certainly have to try that one
Hey, yeah Peter I do this also and realized that bing and yahoo also index you more rapidly this way. This is not tested but something I observed with my latest projects.
Vedran – do you go into Bing’s webmaster tools as well and replicate this process? Or are you saying that by executing it within Google WM tools, the pages are also indexed in Bing/Yahoo?
Sry, I was unclear. I don’t know if Bing or Yahoo have something like that. When you put sitemap into Google WMT for indexing, it seems that also speeds up process of Bing and Yahoo indexing.
As said, I did not test this one but matched with my previous experiences.
thank you for the tip V
Thanks! I forget all about googles webmaster tools. Awesome.
This is correct. Even I faced problem earlier submitting page to Google. Google Web master tool the option of fetching is available
Awesome advice you have on here. Thanks for sharing these ideas. I will be sure to put them to use.
always interested in learning about how this stuff benefits you (or not). please let me know
I am not creating niche sites in the typical sense but I do have several blogs and sites. I just created one a few days ago and im trying to understand the best way for search engines to know it exists. Im going to try this method out, something ive actually never spent time to do much. thanks for laying out a basic guide, seems so much more simple than I thought. I tend to complicate things by over thinking…lol ty
not at all complicated. for a brand new site, I suggest the following steps:
1) download and install a sitemap plugin if on wordpress before you create content
2) submit your sitemap to search engines via their webmaster tools (Google and Yahoo/Bing)
3) a week later, start building links to pages/posts that you see are not indexed for whatever reason. simple social bookmarking can get them indexed
Peter and Vedran have provided a very good suggestion that I will be testing as well
I usually just rely on traffic from my main site, but I realize that is not always the best way to go.
so you have a main site that you use to link out to your other sites? you rely on this for indexing?
Thanks for this, I will definitely be trying this out since I’ve had some difficulty getting my sites indexed occasionally.
Jim, let me know how it goes for you
Deep linking is a very important part of SEO. If it isn’t carried out then I think it’s a wasted opportunity to get more, even if not all, of your site noticed.
welcome Joyce. you are correct. we are often so focused on linking back to our home pages that we forget about the rest of our website
I’m going to bookmark this page. An excellent strategy that I never would have thought of!
glad you found it useful Julie. looking forward to seeing you more here and interacting with you
Thanks for sharing your strategy. One question: Doesn’t EzineArticles only allow you post 10 articles per year with the free account? Obviously I will have many more posts than this in a year.
The last I knew they don’t have free and paid accounts with differing levels for posting. Once someone has posted several good articles they can then qualify for posting an unlimited amount of times.
I have a free account with ezinearticles and it’s at the highest level. I don’t pay anything. start writing and over time you will be upgraded – for free!
Thank you everone its very helpful
It’s pretty good. I am having trouble in indexing web 2.0. but now its clear