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  1. Sam Woods

    Sam Woods Junior Member

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    MODERATOR NOTE: Per the announcement I made on July 17, 2015,
    I am now closing this thread. After the OP has renewed his/her Jr. VIP
    membership, he/she may contact a moderator to re-open this thread.

    Thank You - "Wiz"


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    Here's a recap of the plans, with links for each:

    Blogger - $27
    3 blogs

    Affiliate - $47
    100 blogs

    Campaigns System
    (You can get big lists of non-wp urls indexed with this plan)

    Business - $97
    Unlimited blogs
    Campaigns System
    (You can get big lists of non-wp urls indexed with this plan)


    And to get 10% off any plan enter this as a coupon:
    BHW



    Just ask if you've any questions :)
     
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  2. I know SEO

    I know SEO Marketplace Mod Staff Member Moderator

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  3. Sam Woods

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    Thanks :)

    Here's the guide for everyone, it's got some good info even if you're not going to get WP Indexer:
    WP Indexer guide (free, no opt in)

    Any questions I'm happy to answer.
     
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  4. ad3mar

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    Do you have a lower coupon code, since was once at 17 ? I gladly get it at 17. Please PM asp, i will get it.
     
  5. Sam Woods

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    Can't do $17 because lots of features have been added since then. In the next few weeks I'm doing a big update with all of the features that have been voted on here (I'll be adding the top voted ones).
    After this update the price is going up to $47.

    If you jump in now you'll get lifetime updates, so whatever the price goes up to, you won't have to pay any more.

    Hope this helps,
    Sam
     
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    OP,

    This plugin is so awesome! I am working on a lot of things right now and I dont have time for it so would you please lock me up for 47$ with unlimited domains since I might buy it in a month or so.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    So at the moment, the plugin just gets your Wordpress posts indexed? I mean blog posts with half decent quality get indexed without much of a push. the plugin might be worth considering when the current highest voted feature gets implemented.
     
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    One question!
    I add 5-10 post a day on my blog, and my all post get indexed in the range of 30-120 mins after i post blog.
    can you confirm, Is there any change of content to get index in real time/Faster than this.

    Please answers this, i'm at payment page.
     
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  9. Sam Woods

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    You can get it now for $27 with coupon 'BHW27'. Or you can wait until after the update and get it for $47.

    But if you get it now you'll still get all the updates. :)
     
  10. Sam Woods

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    Yes, there is. Although I cannot guarantee any specific times for indexing. WP Indexer increases crawl rate, and also helps your tags,author pages, etc all get indexed quicker by all it's features. RSS Pinging makes the bots run all over you, so make sure you install a caching plugin. Let me know if I can help you set it up. (remember, if you don't see an improvement, I'll refund you) :)

    @cooltoad - I'm not ignoring you, writing response now, taking a bit more time to write your reply :)
     
  11. Sam Woods

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    In short, yes it helps get your Wordpress blog (not just posts) indexed more and quicker.

    I researched this before making the plugin, and although most of this is in the guide, here's the cliff notes:

    Search Marketing Sequence

    Google's been getting better and better at indexing stuff quickly. They used
    to take days, but you're right that if you've got a reasonable blog and a
    good ping list Google will send a spider out to check out your blog ASAP
    (usually in minutes).

    There are several stages involved in the average web setup, from a SE POV:


    1. Discoverability
    2. Indexing
    3. Ranking
    4. Traffic
    5. Conversion

    Main vs Supplemental Indexes

    So as you know Google's mostly got #1 down well. But there are 2 types
    of index for #2. The main and supplemental indexes.

    This is usually what people mean (although they don't realize it) when they
    talk about a sandbox. It's really the supplemental index.

    The difference between the 2 indexes is in the "quantity" of PageRank and
    the other names Google gives to it's similar page traversal algorithms.

    So basically it boils down to links. You need a certain amount and quality
    of links to get in the main index (hence the perceived sandbox). The good
    news is that (as you probably already know) every page can give
    PageRank, even ones on your own site. So you can control your own link
    reputation to a certain extent by interlinking on your own blog.


    Crawl Cycle

    Another key to this is the crawl cycle. When you view the Google cache
    for a particular page it shows you the "last checked at" time. If you keep
    an eye on the periods of time between this date updating for a particular
    page you get the crawl cycle. It could be hours, or for many blogs it's 2-6
    weeks.

    When this crawl cycle increases across your blog, Google's taking more
    notice of you. This is great news (and WPI helps a lot with this point)
    because I've found a higher crawl rate always leads to more traffic in the
    long run.

    Also there's a list of quick tips I'll put in the quick start guide to help with
    boosting crawl rate.


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    Ok, so I'll give you some points to answer your main question.

    "So how is this going to help me?"

    I'll go through a few of WPI's features in more depth than I've done before,
    from a strategy POV so you can really grasp what it's all about...


    Thematically Related Tags

    There's more going on here than meets the eye. This feature improves the
    on-page theme of your posts and helps get more pages into Google's main
    index...

    Each tag is another section (essentially like a category in WP) which lists
    posts. Whilst Google will probably index your posts PDQ, it won't index
    your tags, categories, author pages etc as quickly.

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    In fact, as posts usually get indexed fast now by Google, WP Indexer
    doesn't even ping the main post URL
    - it leaves that completely to
    WordPress and your chosen ping list. That's one part of WP + SEO
    that's isn't broken, so we're not trying to fix it.
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    By increasing the level of perceived activity surrounding your blog Google
    will crawl you more often, index more pages and send you more traffic.

    So WPI helps here by creating high quality tags for each post you make.

    Firstly this gives you more pages which can each pass PageRank to the
    rest of your site and consequently get more content into the main Google
    index.

    Secondly it creates keyword links from each post to the tag pages. Part
    of the on-page analysis Google does is in the outgoing link anchors. Related
    keywords as link anchors on a particular page will increase the page's
    relevance for it's core key phrase.

    So by using really high quality, thematically related tags you're doing a better
    job of informing Google about the core concept your post is about, leading to
    (eventually) more targeted traffic.


    Authority Links

    Some people (I hope not too many anymore) are afraid of linking out to
    relevant sites because it might "leak" PageRank.

    There's only so much you can lose like this, and linking out helps to improve
    a page's theme relevance (as mentioned above) but with the Auth Links in
    WPI you get pingbacks too.

    So there's a source of automated links right there. (WPI will only link
    out to relevant BLOGS, so there's a great chance of pingbacks for each post.)

    Plus Google's end game is user experience. (Well arguably it's just profit
    via user experience, but we'll call it U.E. for the sake of conversation).
    Linking out sensibly to related blogs really does help your blog readers,
    and whatever algos Google uses today or tomorrow - that's what they're
    working towards rewarding.


    Unindexed Related Posts

    This is of most use for existing blogs. Below each post we link to related
    unindexed posts. It helps with discoverability for old content that might not
    have been seen yet.

    But also it's bounces a lot of PageRank around your site as the links change,
    which really increases your crawl rate.


    Smart Pinging

    We let WP handle the pinging of the main post. But URLS (and feeds) for
    the post category, tags, author etc all don't get touched, and take much
    longer for Google to take notice of. We don't want to neglect these pages
    as they can all pass PageRank and also help to shape and improve your
    overall Site Theme.

    So by pining these URLs you're getting a real benefit in the form of increased
    Googlebot activity, which leads to all the benefits mentioned in this post.

    But there's 2 catches when bulk pining...

    One is speed. It's dog slow to ping 100's URLs one-at-a-time. So WPI
    will do pings asyncronysly for maximum speed. This also means that it works
    fine on shared hosting because script execution time is very short.

    The second gotcha is rate limiting and IP banning. If we ping the same
    service too much they tend to get annoyed and, worst case they blacklist
    your URL or IP. Which we don't want. So WPI divides it's internal ping list
    between all the URLs that need pining each time it runs. It only gives a few
    pings to each URL to ensure that pings are spread over different services.
    Plus WPI will outright block any mass-ping activity more often than once
    every 30 mins for added safety.


    Advanced De-Indexation Warning

    Then of course there are the peace of mind benefits you get from knowing
    your indepth index status.

    For example, if you suddenly see a sharp drop in the indexation of a
    certain content categry on your blog you'll get advanced notice and the
    chance to put it right before it gets worse. (This is reason number 2 why
    I built the plugin in the first place.)


    Future Features

    To give you a flavor of what's in the pipeline for WP Indexer I'll list a few
    of the features I'll be working on soon...
    #1 Auto Indexation-Cap Management

    The PageRank on your site is unevenly balanced. Which is normal,
    but you usually don't need all that PageRank where it's landing. For
    example, a post about "golf shoes" might rank #1 for the keyword
    but have a ton of links. What I'll be doing here is detecting which
    posts on your blog don't get into the main Google index, despite
    repeated bot visits over a period of time.

    Then WPI will slowly add more links from other related posts, that
    have more links already but can spare some PR. SO we're linking
    from more powerful posts to lesser, unindexed ones automatically
    to help push more of your site into the main index.

    #2 Unindexed Sitemap Generation

    I'm not sure if this will be just 1 main sitemap, or multiple (1 for
    images, videos, tags, posts etc). But the concept is to generate a
    sitemap with a higher index priority for the posts/pages/tags that
    are the most important for your blog but still not in the main index.

    #3 Day-by-day charts for links, bot-hits and indexed pages

    We've got pie charts to give the indexation overview, but there's
    some pretty interesting chart data coming along. When we start
    tracking incoming links and bot hits on a per-page basis, we can
    do some cool things. The charts will allow us to setup specific
    rulesets to say things like:

    If [post] indexation goes [lower] than [600] email me
    If [bothits] goes [higher] than [2000] in [3 hours] email me

    (There's another use for this data that I won't mention yet. I've
    got more testing to do but it could be a huge bonus for new blogs.)

    #4 RSS Link Bouncing

    Apart from new types of RSS feed I'm planning, there are a few
    ideas I'm playing around with for link building by bouncing links
    from your sites. I'll explain more about this when I've nailed down
    the code...

    Most of this is in the guide here, with the best settings for the plugin as well.

    Hope this helps,
    Sam
     
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  12. ad3mar

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    I have curl disabled for security issues, will plugin work ?
     
  13. Sam Woods

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    WP Indexer needs curl enabled for it to work, as do many plugins. Your host will be able to turn this on for you if required.
     
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    Its pretty cheap and looks like an awesome plugin.
    Also, love that I can use it on ALL my domains.
    I am a WordPress lover and this plugin just joined my arsenal!
     
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    Thanks :)

    If you need any help getting it set up, or if you've got any questions - let me know.
     
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    Uff, i already paid to disable it due to some hacking with the help of curl. So curl enabled and ioncube loader, these are all requierements ? Any other ?
     
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  17. Sam Woods

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    You'll need:
    php 5.2+
    Ioncube loaders
    wp 3.3+
    safe_mod off
    curl installed

    The above is pretty much a standard for hosts.
     
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    Brought it, Let me know more!
     
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  19. Sam Woods

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    Thanks :)

    If you need any help setting up, just ask. The recommended settings are in the guide.
     
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    Purchased it, explain it in more about its use.
     
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