Suggestion from bloggers: What shall I do to get my articles index quickly?
I have a blog on Food Recipes ( http://recipesbyrumana.blogspot.ae/ ). But my articles are not indexed yet.
What can I do to get it indexed quickly?
I know Google will index your pages very quickly if you have Google AdSense adverts on your Blog.
How quickly is quickly? Mine are usually indexed within 12 hours or less, but if you want it indexed faster there is a Google Webmaster tool that will speed up the process. Cut and paste your Url into the link below and Google will index your hub A.S.A.P
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … &pli=1
First of all, check that your site is visible to search engines. I am not familiar with Blogger but wordpress has an option to publish privately so that only you and those you give the url to can find your posts - this may be the case with yours.
However, it often takes longer than a week for new blogs to get crawled and indexed for the first time. You can get it found more quickly if you share a link to it on sites that get crawled very regularly like Digg or Delicious, for example and even better in a hubpages article if it is a featured one. Pinterest is a fantastic way of starting to get traffic to your blog and getting links to it shared. This will also help to get the search engine 'spiders' to visit your blog and get it indexed!
In addition, you could 'ping' your blog by going here http://pingomatic.com/
Hope this helps,
My blog is new, so may be becoz of that, Google is not indexing it quickly.
I was confused with one thing: If suppose here in hub pages, I find any question regarding my article, can I give them a link to my blog?
Alison, Thank you so much for the link to Pingomatic. I never knew anything about that service.
Usually URLs are indexed fairly quickly. You can tell Google about your URL at this link instead of waiting for them to crawl the web and discover your blog. However there is no guarantee when and if URLs appear in the index:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools … &pli=1
To check whether your blog is indexed, paste the URL into the Google search bar and see if it turns up in search results.
There are two ways of looking at it.
(1) to get indexed in google
(2) To be found in searches.
For the first thing, I am quite in agreement with insane Mundane, Ketage, Alison Graham and eugbug. All the approaches have relevant senses.
The second thing is more important for a blogger. Millions of pages are indexed everyday. The point is, they should appear on significant search positions. For this, one need to focus on keywords. One may visit my hub "Key Words and SEO: How to use Google Key Word and Traffic Estimator Tools?" URL: http://purnimamoh1982.hubpages.com/hub/ … words-Tool
All the answers and links here are so helpful. Thanks everyone and all the best to you, rumanasaiyed. Hope your articles get indexed quickly, with the provided links here.
As soon as I publish a blog post or a Hub, I go to this link from Google to submit the URL from the new article:
In addition, I enter it on Stumbleupon and share it on my Facebook page. I am also a blog hopper. I enter new posts that may have been of interest to women (most blog hoppers are women) on blog hops. I don't just leave it though. I visit some sites and comment. It isn't polite to just link and run!
You've been given very good advice here. I published a Hub last week and it became Featured fairly quickly. I saw that Google had crawled the page, but the Hub was not visible in searches. It's possible that it was crawled before it became Featured, so I added the URL using Google's Webmaster Tools and Bingo!, my Hub is the #1 result (a very specific subject with no competition). Your mileage may vary.
I've had blogs with Google adverts that were indexed within minutes or a couple hours, without all that featured, non-featured baloney... Nowadays, people need webmaster tools..? #1 for what terms? Billions upon billions of search terms... LOL!
There are a couple reasons Google will show up and index your page.
If you link your site to Google webmaster tools, you can submit a sitemap. Thus way Google knows every time you publish a new article, and it queues up the spider to go check it out. I'm not sure I'd you can do that with blogger.
Most blogging platforms also going search engines every time you publish. This tells the search engines to come check out your new page. Again, I know WordPress does this, I'm not sure about Blogger.
Finally, Google can simply find a link to your blog on the Internet. If you share the link to your blog on Twitter, on Tumblr, on social bookmarking sites, etc - Google will be more likely to follow a link and "organically" index your blog.
Typically Blogger blogs don't have trouble getting indexed, it just might take a couple days. As you pick up momentum, Google will learn to crawl your site more often. And index new posts more quickly.
First of all , Since you have a new Blog, better you get some backlinks. Those backlinks will help google crawler to Crawl your site.
Then only Google will start indexing you. But it will take some time to index new Blog posts. Do not think that you will get immediate indexed at all in the initial stages.
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