Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blackhatbeginner2010, Feb 23, 2011.
are there any guaranteed ways to get newly created web2.0s indexed in G?
first add the web 2.0 url to googles index using google.com/addurl, then i would tweet the url on your twitter account, that's what i do and my hubs and squidoos get indexed within like 2 days. big G crawls twitter daily.
only problem i have is getting backlinks indexed
Using other web 2.0 site to index all the other sites. I have some wordpress and blogspot where I publish some "rubish articles" for some days.Search engines "learn" to spider this site, so, when I put a link inside an article, it indexes very fast,.Usualy in less than a day.
Sometimes don't index in this time. Then I get the URL of my new site...and put it again in a new article of the same site.
Fast and easy indexing strategy.
thanks guys.keep em comin'!!!
Good content + ping + rapid indexer in SB gets all of mine indexed, with a big emphasis on good content. I can never get crappy ones with XGen etc. indexed, but 400 - 600 words of unique content and a few pics and videos will get it done.
... and submit your sitemap to google webmaster!
I second scrapebox with rapid indexer, there is a post on here with 33k links that you can use in the SB rapid indexer - i have only just started using this but the spiders seem to be coming!
I do something similar using twitter and can get like 20 out of 25 web 2.0's indexed in just a couple hours. But after a couple days a lot of them get de-indexed and then they slowly come back... it's kinda weird.
He's talking about using free web 2.0 properties, so sitemaps aren't going to be available, but you can submit the actual URL to Google and other search engines.
All of the tips given from others here in this thread work well. Another tip I would add is to mix it up. This will yield better results than just following the exact same format each and every time.
And good content always help with the "stickiness" of your sites within the SERPs and increases your conversions.
what about hitting the web 2.0's with Drip Feed Blasts? Shouldn't some of those DFB stick on their own make the web 2.0 links index?
Twitter technique works great. My tweets got indexed before my web 2.0 but it's a matter of hours until your site gets indexed too.
The "social media signals" work great. RSS submission can help also.
wouldn't any good linking do it? depending on the effort or combination of benefits you want for the effort.
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