Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mikecarquote, Mar 2, 2008.
Does it help to send a ping for websites that aren't technically blog?
are you talking about just a regular website? or sites like Squidoo or Hubpages? technically, pinging is just a way to notify the search engine's that you've made an update to your site and you want their spiders to crawl your site. so, although I have never tried it, pinging a website might get it indexed faster than without pinging it.
pinging a plain url definantly gets it noticed sooner, grab some proxies and ping random url's that u need indexed on ur site from a unique ip each day a couple times and they'll get indexed (thats assuming u cant just feed in links en mass)
Thanks guys. I was wondering if sending a few pings would help getting indexed faster. Appears so. Is there any downside? Spamming repercussions, etc.?
just go ping ur dammed site already! ping 1 url per proxy ip u have hand per day if you want to push it harder, should get u some nice results for very little effort that u can script in about 2minutes
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