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Google spidered Brand New site in a few Hours - SERPs in 24 hours!!

Discussion in 'Site & Server Administration' started by ! !, Nov 6, 2004.

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    Amazing New Technological Changes in Google




    example:
    finished a fan page for Motown Artist Mary Wells (My Guy) and added a link from another site on November 5 about 6pm

    it was spidered by Google in a few hours and added to SERPs and cached in One Day - all ready in on the first and second pages for keywords and got first SE traffic two hours ago :eek:

    How times have changed!!

    http://www.google.com/search?q=mary+wells&hl=en&lr=&start=20&sa=N
    SEMrush
     
    ! !, Nov 6, 2004 IP
    SEMrush
  2. younghistorians

    younghistorians Well-Known Member

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    lucky duck...
     
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    ResaleBroker Active Member

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    I had a similar experience yesterday. I attributed the fast response to the strength of the links I had pointing to the page.
     
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    ! !,

    Good for you but.......

    It is really not that amazing! You used a subdomain and I have seen new subdomains added before that rank well right off the get go.

    Try the same without a sub (register a new name) and see if you can have similar results.
     
    larysmith711, Nov 6, 2004 IP
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    reh3363 Guest

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    Yeah a new domain will take a little longer, but if you have good links coming it won't take too long. I got a new site cached in about 7 days.
     
    reh3363, Nov 6, 2004 IP
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    dentalplans Peon

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    I got a hottub site of mine, with 300 pages, indexed and cached in about a week. Gradually it is climbing up under the various keyword pages...
    Evan :)
     
    dentalplans, Nov 6, 2004 IP
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    dejaone Well-Known Member

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    my subdomain got indexed in 36 hours. I'm gonna try a new domain and see how long it takes
     
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    dentalplans Peon

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    Yes, mine was an existing 1 page site with a PR 5, with little to no backlinks to speak of. Soon as I added those extra pages with new content, google eat em up! :D

    Evan
     
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    larysmith711 Notable Member

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    I'm wasn't referring to the indexing, that's the easy part! If you point a good enough link to the site and have decent link structure indexing should not be a problem. I have had some indexed within a day of release.

    What I was referring to was the SERPS. Get a new domain, and try to rank well right off the bat, for a KW like above 1.1 million results returned. It is very doubtful this will happen with a new domain.
     
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    Solicitors Mortgages Well-Known Member

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    You got spidered and indexed straight away..thats good.

    unfortunately so did my site originally.....nearly 1000 pages in a couple of days...and ranked highly (top#5) everywhere...i was erm...happy
    THEN..it slowly disappeared for 4 months down to a few pages only.....now its back
    So good luck..i hope you dont fade away for a while.
    If so ...see you on the otherside of the sandbox

    Regards
    GEM
     
    Solicitors Mortgages, Nov 7, 2004 IP
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    I got a couple of sites listed in Google in less than 10 days... you need link(s) from "good" and GBot frequented sites... that's it.
     
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    ResaleBroker Active Member

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    I believe this 100%. ;)
     
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    Same here. I have a site I plan to take online soon, so I placed a sinple text link on my PR5 site that gets spidered every day hoping it's be ready in a coupld of weeks.. the next day Google has it casched and indexed. Hope I can get it ready before it gets any real rankings :)
     
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    NewComputer Well-Known Member

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    What are the chances that you are an AdSense subscriber? The sites that I have seen get indexed that rapidly have almost always contained AdSense. It is a good idea to place it on your site, even if it is not permanently to get the spiders tracking through your site.
     
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    No adsense on the new site. It's pretty much a blank page with some text I hope to be the keywords..
     
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    Adsense uses a different spider! This does not help with the Google.com index.

    I think the adsense bot is called mediapartners or something like that.
     
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    I have been wondering if google favors new sites with adsense on them...or is it just original content and a bunch of quality backlinks...
    Evan
     
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    What I have noticed is the two follow each other. If I get a hit from mediabot then it will be followed shortly thereafter by gbot. This may just be something happening to me, but it has been on about 4 new sites in a row. Coincidence?
     
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    NewComputer,

    When the adsense bot comes to your site does it show up as mediabot, another name, or unknown?
     
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    http://beta.search.msn.com/results.aspx?q=mary+wells&FORM=QBRE


    http://beta.search.msn.com/docs/submit.aspx

    Submit evening 11/13 :eek:

    BETA MSN is accepting new manual submission for now


    Link popularity plays almost NO ROLE in SERPs
    So --While you are waiting for that new site to get good keyword SERPs on Google

    You can get some traffic immediately from MSN - and also unlike Yahoo they do not take a long time to initially list your site
     
    ! !, Nov 15, 2004 IP