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What is the fastest way to get subpages into Google?
Cosmo




msg:172862
 4:41 pm on Dec 25, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hello,

could some of you tell me what the fastest way is to get the subpages of my already indexed main page into google? for example: my page example.com is already indexed and i want all the small subpages like example.com/test.html or example.com/****.html indexed very soon. would be very nice if someone could help me.

 

IITian




msg:172863
 2:37 am on Dec 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

Provide direct links to those pages from your index page. In many cases, the GBot will visit your index pages a few times before taking the bait to crawl the subpages. (Therefore, after its first visit to the index page, don't remove the links.)

BigDave




msg:172864
 3:02 am on Dec 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

In addition to what IITian suggested, go ahead and submit the URL to Google. It might speed up Googlebot's appearance a little bit.

But don't expect it to stay in the index if you don't have good links coming in to those pages. You will be much better off in the long run putting your time into getting those pages well linked.

europeforvisitors




msg:172865
 3:34 am on Dec 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

But don't expect it to stay in the index if you don't have good links coming in to those pages.

Those "good links" can be internal links from other pages on your site. There's no need for them to be inbound links from third-party sites, though such links are obviously welcome.

AjiNIMC




msg:172866
 2:41 pm on Dec 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

The fastest way , if you have 100 pages get one link to each page from another good page(since you site is new, ask different sites to link you, the better the sites the faster you will get into the google).

Aji

Cosmo




msg:172867
 5:06 pm on Dec 26, 2003 (gmt 0)

hello,

thanl you very much for your answers. so you posted all the tricks to get the pages fast into the index. what would you say: how long will it take for the 80 pages to get into google if they have a link from a pr 5 page, 2 pr 2 pages and 3 pr 3 pages. thank you for answers.

cosmo

Cosmo




msg:172868
 11:20 am on Dec 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

Hi,

i have got another question, would be nice if someone could answer it: Is it necessary to post the subpages to google as well, even if they have many internal and external links? Will it make the indexing quicker?

greetings

Cosmo

Yidaki




msg:172869
 11:36 am on Dec 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

>Is it necessary to post the subpages to google

Not necessary.

>Will it make the indexing quicker?

Nope.

Build one or more sitemaps (with no more than 100 links each) and link this sitemap(s) from your index. If you like, submit the sitemaps to google (i doubt this'll speed up indexing though).

Compworld




msg:172870
 12:22 pm on Dec 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

Prey to the Google Genie, and maybe you will get your wish. :). Na jusk kiddin'. Well, it might work. Anyways, what everyone here is saying is true, and you cannot go wrong with their advice. As long as each page is linking to eachother, and you have some outside links that are pointing to those addresses, Googlebot will find you sure enough. If you a major search engine or directory pointing to particular pages (not paid advertisements), that wouldn't hurt either.

CompWorld

Cosmo




msg:172871
 12:55 pm on Dec 28, 2003 (gmt 0)

so this should be everything i should know about getting indexed new subpages really quickly?

@ all: thank you very much for answers. i love this board, because it seems like everything is trying to help if there are questions.

greetings

cosmo

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