How to Get Google to Index Your Website Quickly
This is the method that I personally use and it never fails me. I am involved in
the Google Adsense program and the only way that I can make money from them, is
to get people to go to my websites. When they do, the goal is to get them to
click on one of those ads by Google. You see them everywhere these days.
My websites don't sell anything at all. In fact the only thing that is on there
are articles accumulated from the article directories throughout the internet.
Plus I have an RSS feed on every one of my websites to ensure that I have fresh
content on a daily basis.
The search engine robots just love to spider sites that have fresh content on a
continual basis. An RSS feed is the best way to do this as it happens on auto
pilot. Every day, there is something new for the robots to spider and I didn't
lift a finger.
Since I am basically selling information and not a product that you can buy,
then the only realistic way that I can advertise, is through the search engines.
Not the Adwords program, as I would lose my shirt there, but the free search
engine results on the left side of the page.
No other kind of advertising will work for my websites as they are strictly
informational websites. I figure that since 97 percent of the people that are on
the internet are there looking for information versus looking to buy a product,
it just makes sense to me to have an informational website rather than one
hawking a product.
For example, you put together a fishing website with about 400 to 500 pages of
articles on fishing. Each page will be indexed by the internet robots and each
page will be rich in keywords for whatever each particular article is about.
Since each one of those hundreds of pages each have their own sets of keywords,
it gives my website thousands of opportunities to be clicked on.
Now we're down to the nuts and bolts of how I get my sites ranked quickly and
usually on the first or second page for the search results. Anything lower than
that decreases your chances of even being seen.
Assuming that my website is optimized properly, I need a way to attract
attention to them so the robots will spider them quickly and rank them highly.
Here's how I do it.
I simply write articles and submit them to as many article directories as
possible. I have about 150 sites that I start out with. Each one of these 150
sites have a page rank of 7 or higher. These article sites or content
directories exist for the sole reason of having articles submitted to them so
other publishers and webmasters can pick them up, put them on their websites,
syndicate them through RSS feeds and so on.
When the robots spider the content directories they find my articles, so they
are basically forced to spider my site also as my article will have my URL in
the Author Biography. When they do, my site is now indexed and ranked by the
search engine. Get enough of these high traffic sites and high quality sites
with backlinks pointing to my website just gives my website more credibility and
establishes me as an expert in that category in the eyes of the robot.