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How Fast Can Get Spidered?
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sewpersbider




msg:960033
 7:56 pm on May 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

I made a website for myself and did SEO myself. And am eagerly waiting for visitors. I wonder how fast can my website get spidered? I can't wait to see traffic.*grin*

 

bufferzone




msg:960034
 10:09 pm on May 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

Thatís hard to predict.

If you made your SEO right and have gotten links form well ranking sites and the SEís are indexing, it could take as little as a day.

If the SEís has just finished indexing it will take a month.

If you donít have any links it could take anywhere form three to six month.

If you have made some kind of error in your pages, you might get banned and never get indexed

Patient is the name of the game in more ways then one

MichaelBluejay




msg:960035
 10:29 pm on May 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

And there's a big difference between getting spidered and getting ranked well. If another site links to yours, you're probably already spidered. As for ranking well, you'll need a lot of content and a fair number of inbound links.

BritBrat




msg:960036
 7:56 pm on May 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

I am also new to website design and have just created my first website. Can you tell me what is the best way to get high ranking links?

MichaelBluejay




msg:960037
 11:59 pm on May 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

What do you mean, "high ranking links"? You mean links from sites that have a high PageRank? I wouldn't bother looking at the PR rating of another site. Solicit links from sites that are relevant to yours and which are high quality, regardless of their PR.

As for how to get them to link to you, (1) Link to them first, (2) Build an awesome website that they will WANT to link to because it will be valuable to their readers, (3) Tell them you linked to them and invite them to link back if they like.

Never make your link to them contingent on whether they link back.

TechnoGeek




msg:960038
 3:13 am on May 28, 2006 (gmt 0)

To BritBrat and sewpersbider.
One way to ascend in the rankings of the search engines is getting links from sites that rank high in the SERPs (search engines result pages). Maybe you can call them "high ranking links." The page ranking (PR) is a term used by Google and identifies just one of the factors they take into account when ranking sites. Follow the sound advice given by MichaelBluejay.

sewpersbider




msg:960039
 3:50 am on May 28, 2006 (gmt 0)

getting links from sites that rank high in the SERPs (search engines result pages).
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How about I ask my ebay seller friend to add my website to their shop to get spidered? Does that count? Or only a homepage link to my website would help?

MichaelBluejay




msg:960040
 8:15 pm on May 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

How about I ask my ebay seller friend to add my website to their shop to get spidered? Does that count? Or only a homepage link to my website would help?

You need to radically change your perspective. Put all of your effort into making your site as good as possible. Quality sites rank high, period. The cream rises to the top. If you have a good site, people will link to you without your asking them to. As soon as you start posting to the message boards about whether such and such link "counts", you have a big problem. I have top rankings for money terms across lots of different domains, and I didn't get them by obsessing over links. I got them by building quality.

BritBrat




msg:960041
 8:46 pm on May 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

OK understood. Thanks for the advice I will just concentrate on building a decent site.

MichaelBluejay




msg:960042
 10:19 pm on May 29, 2006 (gmt 0)

Excellent! Do that, and you'll be ahead of most of your competition. :)

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