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It's getting tough to get indexed for new domain

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by teguh123, Oct 10, 2009.

  1. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I wonder if my host is banned? But wordpress blog get indexed just fine though.

    I get many of my customers ranking high in search engine. However, my own new sites, seems to get indexed very slowly. The new ones at least.

    The old site rank well.

    However, some of my customers are doing fine even though his site is only 20 days old.

    So what's going on? Wordpress?

    I of course used many other techniques such as blogspot spamming. Used to be the best way to get indexed by google. Well, I get indexed by baidu. But doesn't increase by much. I wonder.
     
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  2. knightraider

    knightraider Newbie

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    agreed. mine also not index for month already. many of my sites before got index just in 2 weeks.

    my recent site that i made a month ago also suffer, did 3500 directory submission, 7500 articles submission, xrume - 3000, 150 pr submission, 800 social bookmarking and video submission to 10 sites and maany more only get 30 visitors per day.????????? HELP:confused:
     
  3. gonglu

    gonglu Newbie

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    This is very true guys, it started just now, the crawler vists a lot but no indexing in last 1 week. they are being cautious for new entries now.
     
  4. dealhunter

    dealhunter Regular Member

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    If you want to get indexed quickly - Put an ad on craigslist with your anchor text leading to your site. Put it in a section like arts and crafts that isnt visited much and you will be indexed in 24hrs.

    Hope this helps (I know craigslist is No Follow but .... This might tell you something about the relationship between Google and No Follow links)

    Try it ...... John
     
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  5. knightraider

    knightraider Newbie

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    what happening here? is all the linking useless?all money and effort just give me 20 visitors. and new site not working. any advise who is aware of any changes in google and what is the best method now to make money.:rolleyes:
     
  6. CClark56

    CClark56 Regular Member

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    Yeah, same... It's weird, none of my recent sites have been indexed. They're backlinked and everything should be good but no index for me.
     
  7. killahbee

    killahbee Regular Member

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    Haven't noticed any change in getting indexed
     
  8. _Austin

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    Maybe it's time to change up your methods and find new places to get backlinks. This kind
    of stuff happens when certain methods get overused. The SE's see the overuse of these
    sites and reduce the value of the links, as well as tons of other webmasters out there that
    are doing the same thing help devalue the linkback as well.

    _Austin
     
  9. safaristyle

    safaristyle Regular Member

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    Not sure about domain ..but blogspot used to get index within 5 hours for me
     
  10. knightraider

    knightraider Newbie

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    safaristyle,

    how to do that? can you share your secret.
     
  11. Zeopro

    Zeopro Junior Member

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    I've been wanting to test out buying expired domains versus new ones to help with indexing and hopefully reduce sandboxing.
     
  12. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

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    There two methods posted at BHW to get indexed fast. I used both of them and it worked every time.

    First method you'll find at
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...8-google-indexing-backlinks-really-quick.html

    I didn't find the original post for the second method, but it goes like...

    1.Upload a file (article or report) to scribd.com
    2. Bookmark your scribd page at digg.com and reddit.com

    Hope this helps.

    Peter
     
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  13. natatasha32

    natatasha32 Registered Member

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    I get my new sites indexed quickly my posting a high quality article to a high page rank authority site relevant to my new site.

    For example, if you have a new site about weddings, find an authority site that accepts articles and post a good article on this site. go to Google and type in "accept articles"+"your niche" in the browser.

    I use Google Alert to notify me when Google acknowledges my new site.

    I hope this helps!
     
  14. atom6402

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    well use blogger.com
    they work together with google
    so your sites will be indexed much faster
     
  15. squelsh

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    I usually get indexed within a few hours. Gumtree works quite well for this - but if I have the time I will write a press release anouncing the launch of the site.
     
  16. yoyas

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    I haven't found any problem to be indexed. I use to be indexed in 24 max. I only use Onlyware to get backlinks and ping each of them. If, after that, Google doesn't index me is usually a problem with my content. The better the content is, the faster I get indexed.
     
  17. teguh123

    teguh123 BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    I did use blogger. I create thousands and thousands of blogspot accounts. Still no index.
     
  18. DrJekyll

    DrJekyll Senior Member Premium Member

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    I have a web 2.0 property that is indexed, then not, then indexed again.

    I had an autoblog that took 1 week to index, I was going nuts, never had anything go that long.

    this forum used to be a great way to get something indexed, put it in your sig and within an hour or 2 bam, done.

    I dont think it works the same now with everything going through annom. (and you have to watch what you put in your sig here)

    I have another forum that I use with around 200 posts, might have to build up my dp account for this purpose.
     
  19. kongsiwang

    kongsiwang Newbie

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    I face the same problem. My new wordpress blog did not get index by google almost a month. I have no problem with bing and Yahoo buy Google drive me insane
     
  20. datastream

    datastream Newbie

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    I know someone who got indexed within a few days. This was for a really popular keyword aswell and all they did was link to a pr3 site straight in the footer