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Promting a crawl...
do submissions still work or do you just need links
RobertS




msg:702604
 6:08 am on Jan 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hey all

I began manually submitting a new site about 2 weeks ago and have been keeping an eye out for visiting spiders. The site has not yet been submitted to any of the directories and had zero links pointing to it.

I noticed that none of the engines I submitted to were crawling the site and a few days ago people in the forums gave the 'heads up' that they were noticing several spiders crawling their sites.

We have several separate sites that are related to each other and yesterday I added a few links from some of these sites pointing to the new site.
This morning I see that googlebot, fast and the Teoma/direct hit spiders have been in...

I know its not very scientific, but based on this would say that to get spiders to index a new site - one needs to get links.

 

tigger




msg:702605
 6:35 am on Jan 30, 2002 (gmt 0)

>one needs to get links

I recently came across a site that I built for myself it's not been submitted to any SE's and could only be found within my portfolio

It's now well indexed by Google :) so if time is on your side yes just get old established sites to link to and don't submit just wait for the little chaps to find you.

The only problem with this is we all like to see results

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