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I am looking for help finding a process to get a page re-crawled.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by gazzerman, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. gazzerman

    gazzerman Newbie

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    I am trying to get some advice on how to get a page re-crawled by Google on a site I DO NOT OWN that has removed a link to my site.

    I have tried a few pinging services and none have worked. I want to find a process where I can also repeat this many times over.

    Does anyone on here have any tips for me please?
     
  2. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    normally pinging should work.. just take a note it might not crawl the pages instantly and it will also take time for Google to process the data and stop showing that the site has a backlink to your site
     
  3. gazzerman

    gazzerman Newbie

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    I have tried every pinging service I know, and waited 5 days now. The webcache.googleusercontent date is still the same.
    Do you have any you can recommend?
     
  4. gavinb

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    either wait or build new links and force google to visit that site again.

    Cheers.
     
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    First off it would be easier to request the blog owner to crawl that url again using their webmaster tools. secondly ( and i'm not sure if it works or not ) i heard on a moz whiteboard that commenting on a thread helps bump it up on the crawl priority.. but that totally depends on if they webiste owner has set up or allowed website to crawl comments.. ( this probably wont work with facebook or disqus comments though )