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How to fast reindex a page which is already indexed by google.

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by sandesh_007, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. sandesh_007

    sandesh_007 Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I have a webpage....actually it is not a top level domain but a subdirectory under top level domain...........it is already indexed by google. last cache date is showing june 16..

    I have just recently done some on-page optimization changes in title, description, and body content,...but google is still showing the old title and description in the SERP results...(currently it is on the second page of google)...

    So how do i reindex this subdirectory page fast again...

    Also can i this directory name to include my keyword.....or does it affect my rankings........

    Finally, it is indexed as www..version in google..and i have made some backlinks using non-www......version...........do i need to edit those backlinks to www.......or is it okay......

    any help is appreciated...

    Thanks
     
  2. nossie

    nossie Regular Member

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    Just make a couple of ******** backlinks on bookmarking sites and other web2.0 properties and google will reindex your website failry quickly

    You can redirect the non-www version to the www version. So your backlinks will still pass linkjuice even if they dont point to your www domain.

    Code:
    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=htaccess+redirect+non+www&aq=f&oq=&aqi=g1
    
     
  3. squelsh

    squelsh Regular Member

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    Yeah just build some links to the pages on sites that you know get crawled regularly - web2.0 sites, bookmarking sites as mentioned etc. Sometimes takes a day or two for Google to update everything in the serps.
     
  4. luckygohappy

    luckygohappy Newbie

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    Thanks, great info... I've always just sat tight and waited for G to decide to use the new copy of the page, it's really good to know you can force a re-index.
     
  5. sandesh_007

    sandesh_007 Regular Member

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    i have done the same thing.......i have already submitted to digg and mixx.........but still google has indexed the website again yet..