|Weekly SEO news: 11 September 2007|
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Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at the top 3 tips to get indexed on Google within 48 hours.
In the news: webmasters shouldn't expect a PageRank update anytime soon, Yahoo considered outsourcing its PPC business to Google and more.
Table of contents:
|1. Top 3 tips to get indexed on Google within 48 hours|
If you have a new website then it takes some time until Google visits your web pages. Even if you submit your website to Google via their regular submission form, it usually takes weeks until Google visits your site.
There are some things you can do so that Google indexes your web page within 48 hours and not within weeks.
Tip 1: Get a link from an existing site
Tip 2: Create an external blog
Tip 3: Get as many links as you can
If you use all of these methods, it's very likely that Google will index your website within 48 hours.
Links on the other pages make sure that Google finds your website more quickly. The more links point to your website, the more likely it is that Google will find your site. In addition, you will get higher rankings if many other pages link to your site. Further information on how to get high quality links can be found in our free link building eBook.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
|Google's Matt Cutts: don't expect a PageRank update anytime soon
|3. Articles of the week|
|Yahoo doesn't outsource its paid search business to Google
BusinessWeek: How to make SEO work for you
Google Bowling 2.0 is buying your competitor links then telling Google
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