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How did this guy get over 5 million pages indexed?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by yourface2, Nov 15, 2011.

  1. yourface2

    yourface2 Newbie

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    How did this guy get over 5 million pages indexed?
    I can't post the URL but if you google 4164569875 he's the second result. The site is a reverse phone look up and has millions of pages that are just nonsence randomly generated numbers. Any body know how he did it? I built a site with 2 million pages and can only get 30,000 indexed.
     
  2. Seo Lover

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    Your site might be not older than this site . It tooks time for pages to be indexed by google .
     
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    upl8t Regular Member

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    PR, age of domain, freshness of content can all impact spidering. I'm sure there's probably more.
     
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    tylerdale80 Registered Member

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    Should I be looking at the 3rd result now? This post just grabbed the 1st position lol
     
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    yourface2 Newbie

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    LOL, Ya now its the 3rd result
     
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    I have a 1,5 years old website with user generated content. Every day there are +-800 pages added. At the moment google has indexed 650000 pages and 148000 images.

    You have to build new content slowly each day and not 100k at once. I also generate 75MB of sitemap files each day with an updated <lastmod> tag.
     
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    I have a 300K page site that grew to ~40-50K pages indexed in like 2 months or so. I had launched the site w/ all 300K pages off the bat.

    I think Google will index you as long as your content is unique. It doesn't matter if it's dripped or published on day 1.
     
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    Panda hates reverse lookups, content farms..

    You won't get indexed at all, your numbers aren't unique content. Take it from me I use to be a reverse lookup messiah.

    Panda ruined that, your best buy an old established "lookup"... or better yet move to Insurance.. better money anyways.
     
  9. youtalk

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    Can you explain the lastmod tag more?
     
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    flipflop101 Junior Member

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    It lets the search engines know when the relevant pages were last modified.
     
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    flipflop101 Junior Member

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    Haha interestingly this post is now the number one result.
     
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    In what?