You may or may not have heard people claim they can get listed in Google in only 24 hours. It seems that nearly 100% of the people you run across in forums act like in order to get indexed by Google in 24 hours is some miracle feat that can only be accomplished by doing some “top secret” marketing tactic or advanced optimization strategy.
Well, the truth of the matter is getting listed in Google in under a day is actually quite easy!
First, let’s define what “getting indexed by Google” means…
Let’s say that you create a brand new website. For our purposes, we’ll call it www.datamousetestwebsite.com. If we go to Google and enter: www.datamousetestwebsite.com into the search box, we’ll see that no results are returned.
The reason no results appear is because our website is new and it’s not “in Google’s index” yet. If you’re not in their index, your site can’t be ranked by them because they don’t know your site exists. So, in order to rank in Google, you must first get into their index. Once your website is in there index and you do a search like we did above, you’ll see the site appear in Google. Your website title, description, and URL now appear; the website has been indexed by Google.
Ok, now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s talk next about what NOT to do when trying to get indexed by Google. This drives me absolutely crazy when I see people doing this, and is actually what I did at one time as well. The following URL might look familiar to you: http://www.google.com/addurl.html
This is Google’s actual website submission form. They state that you can use this form to submit your website to their index of websites and it can take up to 6 weeks for your website to be placed into their index. I don’t know about you, but 4 weeks is a heck of a long time to just wait for your website to be placed in their index rotation, let alone get a top ranking!
My first piece of advice is: Never Use The Google Submission Form. You should NEVER use this form, or any other of the top search engine’s submission forms for that matter. These search engines include Yahoo, MSN, Altavista, and Alltheweb.
So, how do you get your website indexed within 24 hours?
Let’s stck with our dummy website, www.datamousetestwebsite.com, I will take you through the steps you’ll need to do to get indexed by Google in under 24 hours, guaranteed.
Go to Google and enter the broadest keyword you can think of that’s related to your website. In our example, it will be “free icons”. Once you’ve done this,
you’ll see a list of Google results. Browse through each website and pay particluar attention to the Google PageRank of the website.
Note: Remember, Google Page Rank is measured by the number of websites and the “importance” of those websites that link to your website. In general, the more websites that link to your website, the higher your Page Rank will be.
So, as you’re looking at these top ranked websites for the search term “free icons”, you should try to find websites with a Page Rank of 5 or higher. Once you’ve found several websites like this, you should check and see whether or not they have links pages. Usually you’ll see links from their index page that say (resources, links, related sites, etc.) Now, you need to search their website for their contact information or information on getting a link from one of their high Page Rank webpages. Once you find their contact information you should send them an email asking if they will link to your website in return for you linking back to their website. If you do this correctly and professionally, they will respond and will place a link on their website to yours.
If you can manage to get 1 PR5 website to link to your website, you will be indexed by Google in under 3 days. If you can get 1 PR6 website to link to you, then you will be in Google’s index in under 24 hours! Sometimes persuading the higher page rank websites is pretty tough, especially if your website is brand new, but there’s another option you can pursue and that is …
Purchasing Text Links
Purchasing links from high Page Rank websites. The easiest and fastest way to do this is to visit 1 of the many link purchasing websites. Here are a few of the better ones that I personally use on a regular basis. I’ve listed them in order of which I view as the best.
Many times you can purchase 1 PR7 link for a 1 month time period for, say, $150. After the month is up, there is no need to renew because you are already in Google’s index! So, basically by paying a 1 time fee of $150 you can be indexed by Google within 24 hours, with no work on your part. Something else that I will typically do with new websites, is I will always link my older, higher PageRank websites to my new websites.
If you already own 1 PR5 or 6 website, then place a link on the index page of that PR5 or 6 website and point it to your new website. Leave the link there for 1-3 days and you’ll quickly see your new website in Google’s index! Once you’re in the index, you can remove the link from your higher Page Rank website.
It’s as easy as that… So, you can see that getting indexed quickly by Google is VERY easy and doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure this out. Once you’re in Google’s index, you can begin to do the things I’ll be showing you in other articles at DataMouse.biz.