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Fast Indexing In Bing

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Msg#: 4172796 posted 2:22 pm on Jul 19, 2010 (gmt 0)

We are constantly signing up new customers for websites and we need some advice on how to get those websites indexed quickly in Bing. I've read about some techniques that will help a website get indexed quickly, but we wanted to know if you had any experience with this task? It's a bit difficult to get a large volume of high quality links quickly across a large number of client websites. So, the traditional response of "build fresh content and high quality links" is a bit lost on us because we want to get a large volume of client websites ranked quickly without a large number of high quality links.

Any ideas?



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Msg#: 4172796 posted 1:44 pm on Jul 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

Isn't this like asking how to run an Hummer without gas? :)

Bing has greatly improved their indexing algo and indexing performance however ranking in that index always follows the same strategies you use for any website.

There is no "Easy" way if thats what you're asking!


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Msg#: 4172796 posted 5:44 pm on Jul 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

Getting indexed isn't the problem. Bing is very aggressive at doing just that. If you are asking how to get a bunch of sites at the top of the serps, good luck!

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