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Getting your Web 2.0 Properties Indexed by Google Fast

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Spazz, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. Spazz

    Spazz Registered Member

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    Set out about a month ago to start creating new web 2.0 properties. I used RankerX a few times on some older properties and purchased a couple of indexing services with API keys.

    Even after using two different indexing services and waiting for well over a week, had very little indexing on those. Even went back and added all the urls to the services in bulk, but very little indexed.

    Right now, I'm manually creating some higher quality Web 2.0s (all hand written, unique) for some of my better sites. I tried same indexing services and still very little luck.

    Getting your urls indexed quickly by Google:

    Using a proxy, create a new google account. (I never want my main google account associated with anything I do online)

    When creating the account, make sure you put in a birthday that will make you UNDER 15 years of age. This is important, because otherwise you will have to add a phone number to verify. Under the age of 15, at least when I created the new account last week, no phone verification.

    Once your new account is created, go to the google submit url page. Google requires you to be signed into an account to add a url. I don't want anything I add to be associated with my primary G account)

    Add your urls manually. Wait one minute, then copy the url and post it directly into the google url search box and press enter. It should now be indexed.

    I've been able to get all of my manually created Web 2.0s indexed immediately using this process.

    It's probably been covered here dozens of times, but hopefully this well help someone.
     
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  2. dami3n

    dami3n Regular Member

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    Getting indexed with web 2.0's like wordpress and blogger are simple. It takes minimal effort. Just create your content and share it a handful of times. You will see it indexed within a day or two. I do not use indexing services personally there a load of BS! There only good when you need to index 1000's of backlinks. I use my own methods of indexing. It's not hard.

    I also use an online tool to bulk check them.
     
  3. Spazz

    Spazz Registered Member

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    Good point, Dami3n. In my case, I have no social media accounts. I've always despised social media, so I outsource those. The down side is, like you said, they are good for indexing.
     
  4. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Junior Member

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    Another option is to find a blog that lets you put your website in as a link on the comments. I am sure these are nofollow but they are a great way to get a new site indexed fast. There is a local ski mountain that has a blog that allows such comments and I am sure there are many others. The comments have to be manually reviewed and then approved but anything that is not spammy gets through so you can look at a new picture of snow and say something like "man that powder looks awesome, I wish I was up on the slopes today instead of stuck looking at this computer".

    Thanks for the tip about a new gmail account and not needing phone verification for under 15, that is good to know.
     
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  5. satruk

    satruk Regular Member

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    just submit to google.com/addurl