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But to the original question, what everybody else said about links from a frequently spidered page/site. If you find a site that is frequently and heavily spidered, any page at the second or thrid level down ought to do the trick within a couple of days.
But that's just the one time I have done the two together.
This is actually one of my next things to try with G when I am really bored.
I have a PR 7 site, gets index & 2000 or so pages spidered a day. We DO use adsense.
Started a new site, but did NOT link to it. Put Adsense on it. Worked on it with adsense enabled for two months(so there would be an adsense cache when it went live). Googlebot NEVER once spidered the site, but Mediapartners was all over the site.
Opened the site April 15, announced it on page one of the PR 7 site. The new site index was spidered by 6 PM... and then again on 16th. The 17th, google spidered 35 pages, the next day 60, then over 100.
Adsense may or may not help, but they sure as hell don't cheat (look at the page early).
Now what I think is weird is NONE of these pages is showing up in the SERPS at all. Nothing- nada- zip. Is Freshbot a thing of the past? OK maybe I am being a bit impatient for a site opened 7 days ago, but Googs did get 100 pagfes today... and it used to be you could see those in the SERPS almost immediately...
There is an in depth discussion in the supporter's forum about new sites being "sandboxed" by google for some time now, speculation is since January. [webmasterworld.com...]
You are not alone. And no one really knows when the new sites will start to appear in the SERPs.
Well, that is not what they guarantee in writing.
5. How quickly will Google AdWords™ ads start appearing on my site?
After being accepted to the program and successfully pasting the AdSense HTML ad code into your web pages, ads will start running on your site within minutes. If your site is not yet in our index, it may take up to few hours or more before we are able to crawl your site. Until we are able to crawl your site, we may display public service ads or your specified Alternate Ads, for which you will not accrue any AdSense earnings.
There is an in depth discussion in the supporter's forum about new sites being "sandboxed" by google for some time now, speculation is since January.
I launched a couple of new sites at the end of March, lets call it four weeks ago. I have had no traffic from Google until the last couple of days when I got into the top of page 2 of the SERPS for "Best Widget" and middle of page 1 for "Widget Directory".