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11:53 am on Jan 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I was on an internet forum the other day and posted a couple of topics. I was searching google afterwards and found that it had already indexed the the topic that I had only posted on an hour previous. How did this happen?!

Is there some way of getting URL indexed straight away that I've missed?

1:28 pm on Jan 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

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I add the new pages (sort of 'what's new') to my index page and they are almost picked up within 4-5 hours. 28 minutes is the earliest I have caught :)

Matt Cutts said that if CNN links to you, within seconds we will pick it up, so link it from a trusted page and it's done.

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Happens all the time - I just searched for the title of this thread and the first result reads:

Google indexed page after 1 hour. [webmasterworld.com]
1 post - 1 author - Last post: 17 minutes ago
Google indexed page after 1 hour. KRMwebdesign #:4064142, 11:53 am on Jan. 20, 2010 (utc 0). I was on an internet forum the other day and ...
www.webmasterworld.com/google/4064140.htm - 17 minutes ago
6:19 pm on Jan 20, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Blogs seem to be getting fast crawling for the Minty Fresh index, regardless of their underlying strength. All it seems to take is hooking up to Feedburner.
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Thanks for the replies. I think I understand it now.

Cheers for the help.

1:17 am on Jan 31, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Having the XML-RPC Ping Services enabled on your blog usually results in google listing your updates within hours, or minutes if it is a news or busy blog.
See explanation here: [codex.wordpress.org...]
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Rhys,
if you install the googlemap script from Google will do the same for non-blog sites
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Minutes seems normal for my site.

I already see this for about 6 months.

6:43 am on Jan 31, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Google maps forcing a ping, this is new to me.
9:56 am on Jan 31, 2010 (gmt 0)

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@Walkman

Could it be that the script you refer to is Google SITE map script?
Thanks - Rhys

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Google sitemap_gen.py

This is what I use for a few years and I remember getting it from Google Code. You need a url list in text format and then you can run this in many ways, for example I use webmin and run it as a command. Lately G get picked them up in as little as one minute after pinging. To be sure, you might want to add a "What's new" section in your homepage so Google sees the articles.

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@Walkman thanks for the clue I think I can apply this system to my non blogs

- Rhys