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How long to get pages indexed?
SlowMove




msg:65295
 11:53 pm on Jan 12, 2004 (gmt 0)

Google spidered a lot of recently posted pages on my site over the weekend. Does anyone know how long it takes for new pages to show up in the index? The site itself is already indexed.

 

Stefan




msg:65296
 12:16 am on Jan 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

They will probably show up in the serps for a brief time, (several days), about 3-6 days after they were crawled. They will then disappear for about 7-14 days, and then reappear, fairly much permanently. They might flux in and out somewhat more before they're totally solid... about a month's time total.

Prophet




msg:65297
 12:45 am on Jan 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

hmmmm, no.

I'd just monitor it for yourself. You can't put a specific time on it. I've had more sites spidered over the years than I can remember and have never noticed a solid pattern. Well, you think you have, then you get a few sites which throw it out of the window. I've had sites spidered within a couple of hours of releasing them online, sites appearing in the serps within 48 hours and never dropping. On the other hand, i've had sites go in, drop out completely and never come back. The dropping out thing was common a couple of months ago, when G was doing its rolling update, however i've put a few sites online post florida and they've gone in at pretty rank positions and have only moved significantly up the serps once their respective PR had been assigned.

Prophet.

Stefan




msg:65298
 12:50 am on Jan 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

Whatever, Prophet.

I add pages regularly, Google finds them fast, and over the last few months the schedule I posted is how it works. Please note that I said "about" in my post... the guy who asked isn't expecting an exact timeline, he's just trying to get a rough idea. I gave him one.

bignet




msg:65299
 1:37 am on Jan 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

noticed the same pattern Stefan

Stefan




msg:65300
 1:48 am on Jan 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

Give thanks for the input, bignet. The pattern seemed too regular to be particular to my site... that's why I posted.

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