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Getting listed in Google...

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by caroline, Sep 6, 2004.

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    ...Seems now easier than ever! Every time I add a link to something from my main page it gets listed in Google within 24-48 hours. But if I remove the link, it almost immediately disappears from the Google index as well. Any thoughts on this phenomenon?
    SEMrush
     
    caroline, Sep 6, 2004 IP
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  2. digitalpoint

    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    That's normal... and IMO how all search engines should work.
     
    digitalpoint, Sep 6, 2004 IP
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    I don't know how normal it is :)

    But agreed - it should work that way!

    Mike
     
    DomainLoot, Sep 6, 2004 IP
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    Caroline, some people say submitting to Google actually takes longer to get listed then simply getting someone to link to your website. I recently tested this with a new domain, and all I had was links from this forum, within 10 days I was in the Google index.
     
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    Cause Shawn has the BOMB forum. Hey Shawn.
     
    Catfish, Sep 8, 2004 IP
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    joeychgo Notable Member

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    I agreee, assuming your site is spidered often. The higher your PR the more often your spidered.
     
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    backlinks...backlinks...backlinks....

    I affiliate with people on active web-development forums. (or will - once my site finally gets off the ground) Tho I have already set up numerous agreements.
     
    david_sakh, Sep 8, 2004 IP