Let’s say you’re a good writer, and you’ve spent hours composing a great article on how using an SSL Private Proxy can affect your site’s rankings. You’ve proofread it and published it to your blog—but how do you get it quickly indexed by the search engines? Here, I’ll try to answer those questions for you, and I’ll tell you how to get your content indexed quickly.
Build your site with WordPress. I rely on WordPress, an open-source software platform that allows you to quickly and easily create blogs and websites, as well as web apps. With WordPress, you can automatically ping out if you post new content. By syndicating posts on hundreds of services, they’ll be picked up by the search engines much faster.
Effectively utilize social media. Google+, Facebook and twitter are the most popular social media platforms, and they have some of the highest-authority domains on the Web. However, Google focuses most of its efforts on tweets that have 1 million or more followers, and they sometimes take their time with the indexing. Even though it may take a while for your tweets to be picked up, they’re still reaching a wider audience—and they may be shared somewhere that Google frequently crawls.
Use fresh content to build a high-authority site. With this approach, I’ve been able to have articles indexed in just minutes. By taking the time to gradually build your site up, and by offering your visitors fresh, engaging and relevant content, Google will realize that your site is trustworthy.
Manually submit the site. This is by far the slowest method, but every little bit helps. Submit your site’s URL to Google at google.com/addurl. For help building those links, consider the course you’ll find on my Point Blank SEO Review.
Use tools wisely. When setting up your niche site, you should use the webmaster tools that Google offers. These tools allow you to monitor how the site appears in the SERPs, and it verifies your ownership of the domain. When you sign up, you’ll get a meta tag that you paste into your site’s header. Following that, you can use an instant link indexer or another tool to get your site indexed much faster.
Get links from other websites. Use your professional connections with other site owners to get links to your site, even if they only stay up long enough for your site to be indexed. If you can’t get any good links, find blogs that allow the posting of “do follow” comments.
Use AdWords. When you create ads on the AdWords platform, you’ll need to have a landing page for your site visitors to see. The page will be visited by Google, and it’ll be reviewed for a quality score before being indexed.
I hope the tips I’ve given here will help your site and your new content get indexed faster. By following these tips, you can help the search engines find your content, and you can build your authority and credibility within your niche.