How To Get A Page Indexed On Google In Less Than A Minute

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indexed on google imageTo get a new page on your site indexed by Google, all you need to do is let it know the page exists!

But of course, it’s not really that easy is it?

Google cannot trawl every single site every second (or even every minute, hour or day for that matter).

There are far too many and it would be not only cost prohibitive, but pointless.

Instead, the ‘GoogleBot’ automatically calculates when, how and what to index depending on a multitude of factors.

Here’s what Google says: Indexing a page on Google

You can’t really go wrong if you follow everything on that page, but it’s still down to how often Googlebot decides your site is worth trawling, so what can you do to speed it up?

One way is to find a site that you know Google trawls a lot and post a link to your page there (with the advantage that you also get a backlink).

An example of that is to add an image to your page, then ‘pin’ the image to your Pinterest account.

But the simplest way of all is to use Google’s very own tool.

Here’s the link:

http://www.google.com/addurl

Assuming your site is indexed by Google, this can get your page up there in as little as 10 seconds.

About the author 

Quentin Pain

Quentin Pain started his first business, a courier company aged 23. He sold it 4 years later and used the profits to start a recording studio. A couple of albums later, he started two software companies, the last one being Accountz, which he grew from zero to 36,000 customers and retired from in January 2013. His current company is ProofMEDIA, a specialist digital consulting business. He's also a published author (including a Dummies title), and has won many awards including the IAB Small Business Mentor of the Year. Copywriting is his speciality and he runs 3 groups on Facebook under the Science of Copywriting brand, which combined has nearly 90,000 members. Quentin is also Founder of the International Copywriters Association.

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