How To Get Your New Blog Crawled By Google ASAP!

Discussion in 'Website Promotion' started by wahl2008, Jan 12, 2009.

  1. wahl2008

    wahl2008 New Member

    Hi Everybody!

    For anyone who has started a new blog and can't wait for the spiders to crawl and index it, there is a quick and easy solution!

    All that you have to do is subscribe to your own blog! It just takes one RSS feed subscription to ping Google and keep the spiders coming to you blog for updates.

    I was waited for almost 2 weeks and Google still hadn't indexed the new post on one of my blogs, and hadn't crawled my newest blog ever!

    I even tried Ping-o-Matic every day!

    I subscribed to both of my blogs, added a new post on each, and they were both crawled sometime during the night while I slept (within 12 hours).

    Try it out and see for yourself!

    Cheers everyone!
  2. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    You can also submit an article on your site to - this can also give your page rank a boost since they are a high rated PR site linking back to you.
  3. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi Philip,

    Now that's using your creativity :)

    It pays to be solution oriented. Trying out original ideas is how engineers solve their problems. Most of my biggest breakthroughs have been from thinking outside of the box. Great indexing tip.

    ~Newbie Shield~
  4. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    ahhh - I guess I will have to give that a try! thanks for the tip![​IMG]
  5. bdkfreedom

    bdkfreedom New Member

    Great piece of information! I will get right on that and see what happens! Thanks!
  6. wahl2008

    wahl2008 New Member

    You are welcome!

    Be sure to get back to let us know when it works. My blogs are getting crawled multiple times a day now!

  7. bells401

    bells401 Member

    great tips, i am still new to the blogging thing but learning everyday[​IMG]
  8. westfam11

    westfam11 Member

  9. surveyaddicts

    surveyaddicts New Member

    Soooo simple.. thx for the tips. I would try for my blog and see the outcome.
  10. Sonni

    Sonni New Member

    Good idea thanks for the tips. We all need the spiders to crawl our sites even though it sounds bad it's good. For those who don't know anything about IM they would probably think we're crazy, it's like a foreign language to them.
  11. samda

    samda Member

    Just make a high PR website link to your blog and you will have it indexed in less time. For this you can use article marketing and social bookmarking websites. Had I solved your query,
  12. wahl2008

    wahl2008 New Member

    Thanks for the advise samueldarwin. Now if you could just tell us which high PR website is willing to link to us folks with new sites and no PR [​IMG]
  13. thebart

    thebart New Member

    Agreed, great tip. Just tried it myself. Ill let you know what happens.
  14. wahl2008

    wahl2008 New Member

    Yeah Bart, let us know if it works for you. It's great to hear when an idea actually works for someone else besides yourself [​IMG]
  15. Gringo

    Gringo New Member

    Social bookmarking works like a charm. I do digg facebook myspace and stumblupon just to name a few.
  16. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    PS. You should be able to place a link to your site or page on any PR5+ site. That'll get it indexed quickly. Spiders crawl PR5 sites quite frequently.
  17. bOsiNg

    bOsiNg New Member

    Will try this. Thanks for the tip!
  18. glindow

    glindow New Member

    And here I was expecting a long drawn out article detailing highly complex and technically ideas posted in language that I can barely understand! Subscribe to your own blog, it doesn't get much simpler then that, now I just need to finish getting my blog set and start using it.
  19. IMoneyReview

    IMoneyReview New Member

    Wow, great tip. I as well expected some long sales pitch with little content, but you certainly delivered. Has anyone else had luck with this method yet?
  20. robinincarolina

    robinincarolina Silver Member

    I have 3 questions here,

    1.How do you suscribe to a blog? I have had people try to suscribe but say they can't

    2. What is a PR site?

    3. What is Dig?

    Sounds like these are things I need to know.

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