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What's The Best Way To Let Google Know My Joomla Site Has New Content

Discussion in 'Joomla' started by touchAshley, Feb 27, 2008.

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    I see new pages on some sites are indexed within minutes.. Like DP
    SEMrush
    What's a good plugin/component/module for Joomla ?
     
    touchAshley, Feb 27, 2008 IP
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    Win Z Active Member

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    I'd also like to know if there's any such way to do it in any other way than submitting sitemap.
     
    Win Z, Feb 29, 2008 IP
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    pipes Prominent Member

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    Id like to know too, hopefully someone can advise us. :)
     
    pipes, Feb 29, 2008 IP
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    Bohol Peon

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    Burn your Joomla site with Feedburner.com. Every Joomla installation comes with RSS. Once you have burned your Joomla site, submit your RSS feed to pingomatic.com or pingoat.com.

    Another way is to submit an article from your joomla site to one of the popular Bookmark sites like digg, reddit, stumble, technorati. Google will immediately find you through these bookmark sites.
     
    Bohol, Mar 4, 2008 IP
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    getting your links out there is the only way to get Google to crawl your site effectively...

    IN fact... if your relying on sitemaps... you may very well be masking crawlability errors with your site... run xenu on your site an look for duplicate page urls...

    preferably... I wouldn't and don't use the sitemap method... if my pages don't index then I know it's a problem with the cms... not a problem with Google...


    If you watch your raw logs... you will see clear evidence that Google crawls a site and the new pages it finds almost instantly ( less than a few days )... unless your publishing 100,000 plus pages with deeply nested hierarchies... sitemaps should be avoided at all costs...

    if you can't wait the few days... get more authoritative links... expand your network... stop kicking the dirt with sitemaps...
     
    MrGamma, Mar 6, 2008 IP
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    aap Well-Known Member

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    I think best way is to put summary on first page. The first page of site is frequently crawled by google.
     
    aap, Mar 6, 2008 IP