Discussion in 'Blogging' started by kaizuk, May 20, 2013.
Installed pack site still not indexed or ranked is it because of domain?
When you say installed it do you mean you have set it up correctly and done all your titles and meta ?
Good idea to install XML site maps alongside All in one.
Good point - Google XML Sitemaps rebuilds the sitemap every time you post and resubmits or pings (not sure), also you can manually tell it to submit the sitemap. I am always using it on top of whatever seo plugin I use, and just disable this option in every other plugin so it doesn't overlap.
I have installed google xml site map! Will this get me a pagerank and i also have all in one seo pack and easy wp seo what to do next here?
What "Google xml sitemap" plugin has to do with PR? :doh:
Check your robots.txt as well dude.
Just installing a plugin is not going to get you ranked. You need to use it to properly setup all of your tags. You should submit your sitemap to Google Webmaster tools. But that will just probably get your site indexed. If you want it to actually rank you'll most likely need to build backlinks to it (unless you are shooting for a very low competition term).
"Or send the url via gmail to another gmail account, this helps indexing quickly."
This is hilarious tip.
How do i do that to send url to gmail account to another, do i send it as an email to another email?
I think you need this more than anything http://www.seomoz.org/beginners-guide-to-seo
installing seo plugin alone will not help you rank your site, try to build backlinks by commenting to other site related to your site
Hilarious in a sense of funny. Not like a tip or good advice, get it ? Who can be so naive to think that sending link in a email will index the link !?
oh and original post from where i extracted that hilarious idea is removed or edited. Anyway, ignore that tip, it's retarded in every sense. Ideal primer why to not listen opinions on forums where everyone is expert until proven wrong. Go to official sources and learn basics, from there you will have better idea what and how everything works.
Actually, I wouldn't be surprised if the Gmail tip worked. Google needs to read our emails anyways (in order to serve ads in the email interface). Plus, they always favor their web properties.
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