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Is there a clean way to get a new WEB2.0 article page indexed within a short time?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by bluejade, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. bluejade

    bluejade Newbie

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    Like the title said after a long time of discussing the white hat posibilities, is there a clean way to get a web2.0 article page indexed within a short time, or we have to follow the old ways, what the method you are using now? Thank you for your advices.
     
  2. RankGeek

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    Web 2.0 properties are actually getting indexed quicker than they were earlier. But that said, the link juice authority has come down. So I guess that evens things out. While working through a good proxy (or a genuine IP), good content, and a few nice Social Signals should index the Web 2.0 in a day or two by itself (unless Google is in a really foul mood!). All the best :)
     
  3. bluejade

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    My thought is something like this, the social signals, but I'm not familiar witht social net works, so it might take me a while to see if it works, or how to make it work and not getting baned, so really a problem, thank you for your reply, I've been waiting for days, social net work can be used for links, I'm not quite sure of that.
     
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    It will get indexed within days anyway. But a quick link from a legitimate site will make it faster and guarantee that Google will pick it up. That said, simply being listed doesn't mean you'll get any traffic.