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google is crawling everything that i post in less than 7 minutes

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by devilived, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. devilived

    devilived Junior Member

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    hey there..

    i had a domain which i didnt use for about a year. i just installed Wp and i added a post and i noticed google crawled my post in less than 5 minutes.

    I tried with several other posts on my blogs and all of them got indexed in google in less than 7 minutes average.

    Can anyone tell me if its possible to monetize such a website?

    maybe a few guidelines, i have used the search button, but am still confused..
     
  2. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    Check for which keywords do you rank, frequently crawled websites usually have a high PR and therefore appear high in Google SERPs
     
  3. devilived

    devilived Junior Member

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    I am making random posts on anything that is coming in my mind, i am not targetting any particular keyword or niche.

    The PR of the website is 2.
     
  4. biglia

    biglia Regular Member

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    It's not that special i think.
     
  5. csgcsg2

    csgcsg2 BANNED BANNED

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    Yes I have the same problem, I install wp for clients and before I could edit the post and set things right, few days later the silly hello world is index and about page is nonsense.

    Not sure if this is a temporary thing or going to be permanent.
     
  6. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    the reason google crawls your website is because of the pingbacks feature of wordpress,
    What it does is send a ping to serps each time a post or a comment has been added.

    you can disable it from the settings whenever you like
     
  7. francoisbretier

    francoisbretier Junior Member

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    it's not typical about wordpress you can get domain and auto ping each new pages, or messages blog so you see tons of visits but no real clients.

    do it before in casinos tons of clics like a game, no clients, but you need to be in "auto" system

    ;)
     
  8. J0kerz

    J0kerz Supreme Member

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    Where can you acces these settings?
     
  9. lucius

    lucius Power Member

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    just use it to index profile links built for other pages
     
  10. Ramsweb

    Ramsweb Senior Member

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    This sounds like a pretty good idea. I mean, it looks like you have other websites that are probably back linking to. You can just put those back links in your WP at this site and use it to get indexed quickly.

    That being said, Google sort of picks up on patterns and might ignore these posts if you start using them for the same purpose again and again. Worth trying though.
     
  11. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    You are right! I meant update services, they can be found in the writing section of the WP settings at the bottom of the page

    Thanks for the correction