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Best, non-spammy way to get a site indexed if ur not using Analytics or Webmaster tools?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by turdface, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    Say you have a website and you kind of want to keep Google out of your business so you're not using Analytics nor Webmaster Tools.

    What's the best way to get your site indexed quickly? Just regular backlinks?

    Sorry if this is a noob question. All my other sites have Analytics and Webmaster tools so there hasn't really been much issue getting them indexed quickly.
     
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    nYXem Power Member

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    It will indexed today or tomorrow. The bigger thing is how well it will rank. Focus on that. Building backlinks doesn't help too much as far as indexing is concerned, except home page backlinks and authority site backlinks, my experience, may not match with others.
     
  3. turdface

    turdface Supreme Member

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    So simply registering and hosting a website will get it indexed? How does Google find out about it without backlinks and without Analytics/Webmaster Tools?
     
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    nYXem Power Member

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    Sites get indexed even without all those. But for quick indexing you've to do few things like submitting the URL to Google, submitting a sitemap, plus what I said in the post above. Shitty backlinks won't help getting your site indexed. Good backlinks will do.
     
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    nimmivh Regular Member

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    Submitting sitemap and few social share is enough to index your site, you can use website stats sites if you need index it faster
     
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    turdface Supreme Member

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    Submitting the sitemap to where? The only place I know of that does that is Google Webmaster Tools and remember I'm not using any Google things at all for this site.

    What is Website Stats sites?
     
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    Is there like a middleman service I can submit a sitemap to so I don't have to create a Google account and submit it through Google?

    I have some sites and I'm trying to keep it so that Google doesn't know they're all mine. If I were to use Webmaster Tools, they would. Even if I did it with different Google accounts, they'd all come from the same IP address. We know Google uses this to figure out who is who because that's one of the ways you can get an AdSense account suspended (eg. you and your roommate each have AdSense, you each log on from your wireless router on the same IP, and one/both of you gets banned for fraud).
     
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    If you're using a CMS/blog with a sitemap plugin, then usually it will notify the search engines when it's updated, so you don't need a GWMT account.
     
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    I am using Word Press and I do have a sitemap plugin. So you think the ping or whatever WP does is sufficient? I guess I will see if my sites get indexed or not. They all have content and sitemaps and have been pinged, but no links yet.
     
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    Yes, mate. In the sitemap configuration screen just make sure the boxes are ticked for notifying Google, Bing and Ask about your sitemap updates.
     
  11. Stupid Smurf

    Stupid Smurf Regular Member

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    I made a site with wordpress recently and it was fully indexed in under a week.
     
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    The 2 fastest ways to get crawled and indexed is to put Google+ button on your page and/or Adsense. You will have to refresh the page a few times. Usually, you get crawled in a couple hours.

    You can also do bookmarks and a few high quality backlinks, but that may take a couple days or more.
     
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    Tested this with my latest site.

    Installed wordpress, and 5 pages. NO content on pages, absolutely no backlinks.

    Indexed in 5 days
     
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    I forgot to mention, no AdSense.

    I did mention no Google Webmaster Tools and No Analytics, however.

    Basically, no Google anything.
     
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    turdface Supreme Member

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    No Google stuff either?

    I've always used Google Analytics and WMT on my sites before and they always get indexed within a few days. I'm just curious how it works if you don't use any Google apps at all.
     
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    I've seen few services using which you can submit a sitemap to Google, Yahoo, Bing at a time. But I really doubt whether it actually works. Don't see any way its possible.
     
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    All I've ever needed to do was to submit one article to a decent directory with a backlink to my website, and the whole site got indexed.

    I've recently built a new website, and I finished making about twelve pages of it before I even went to generate a single backlink. When I checked Google, it had already been indexed, and this is before analytics. The only thing that was giving my website any contact with others is the built in WordPress ping service (Ping-o-Matic).