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How to be indexed on Google within 24 hours

Updated on March 15, 2015

If you just put your site online and for whatever reason you are in a hurry to appear on good old Google, there is a simple and fast method to ensure being spotted and indexed in less than 24 hours.
This is to ensure that your site indexed on the engine, having said that, any new site starts at the bottom of the scale, in the positioning ... Here it is simply that indexation. To find out if your site is listed, enter "site: urldevotresite" in the Google search box. You will see appear "No results", which means your site is new and is not in Google's index. Google does not know your site exists, and therefore it can not be classified. (If you have a result and that all your pages are listed, then everything is ok!).

Index your site on Google in less than 24 hours: How?

First, it is useless to use the form provided for that purpose by google. It takes around 1 month to Google to access your application, if you go there.

You must enter a few keywords related to the site you want to index. You should see a complete list of sites related to yours. Then download the Google Toolbar, or as a simple plugin for Firefox SearchStatus.

Search within these related websites, paying particular attention to the "PageRank" of each page (and the popularity that the page seems to have). A 5 or higher PageRank is the ideal (You will have this information on the Google Toolbar or SearchStatus plugin). Then look for a popular page, where you can leave a comment. And comment in the "URL" box or "Website", simply enter the URL of your site.

Over the page you comment is popular (Page Rank, activity ...), the more frequently visited by Google and when it will be, Google will track your link and index your site. For a PageRank of 5 or higher, the indexing is done between 24 and 48 hours. For PageRank 1 or 2, between 5 and 6 days. (Keeping in mind that PageRank is not the only criterion)
It's that simple!

PS: In theory (I say in theory because I do not use the Google Toolbar), if you visit your site with the Google Toolbar, then Google will take notice of the existence of your site and index it. For my part, I prefer to always leave a link somewhere.
Now that you are indexed by Google, you can begin to focus on improving your SEO, and that's no mean feat!


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