How to Speed up Search Engine Indexing


Jan 24, 2015
Quality content is the most important for your readers firstly because it is an great way to build your brand reputation online. However, to pass dozens of competitions on the World Wide Web, it is very difficult to get on first page of the SERPs , you need to let search bots know that your website actually exists and produce good content. To do this, you should have your indexed pages as soon as they are published on your website and it will have more opportunities to be listed on the search results for potential customers seeking information related to your niche.

1. Using XML and HTML sitemaps

We strongly recommend using XML or HTML sitemaps as it is shown that they can help in the process of indexing recommended. After creating the XML Sitemaps sure to send them to consoles for webmasters of various search engines and include them in robots.txt. So be sure to keep your site up to date maps and resubmit when you have big changes in your website.

2. Ping your website

Pinging your website is a method of alerting the search engines and directories of new content on your website. Search engines eventually find new blog entries. To accelerate the process you can tell them, "Hey I have a new post, why not take a look?" With the help of ping services you can get their quickly indexed by search engines pages.

Here are some free tools that you can use ping:


3. Work on your structure links

The link structure is very important for SEO, because it can affect your rankings, PageRank distribution and indexing. Therefore if you are facing problems indexing check your link structure and ensure that pages are not indexed properly linked Web pages that are as close to the root (homepage). Also make sure that your site has no duplicate content issues that can affect both the number of pages indexed and drag the averaging period.

4. Add links on high traffic websites

The best thing to do in these situations is to increase the number of links pointing to your home page or to the page you want to index. The number of inbound links and PageRank domain directly affects the total number of indexed pages website and indexing speed.

5. Use profile Google +

Do you have a Google+ profile? You can take advantage Google+ profile by adding the link to your website in the "About Us" section. This will be a plus for Google to index your website.

6. Publish quality content regularly

If you're posting new blog entries regularly are likely to keep coming back search engines to crawl your pages. Make an effort to update at least once a week, but make sure that the content is first class.

7. Get listed in a directory

Getting listed in a directory is how sure you are in the phone book. The key here, if you want to get indexed quickly, is to list the directories respected and used. There are both free and paid directories you can register at dmoz(.)org (free) or dir(.)yahoo(.)com ($ 299 per year).

When creating your profile, you should try to cater to both search bots and visitors by creating an attractive profile that encourages visitors to click through to your site.

8. Leave comments on a blog

Commenting on blogs is a technique that has been widely abused by spammers, it can still be an effective method to get your site indexed.

A great way to use blog comments is to make a genuine comment followed a deep link to a relevant page on your site that could discuss a similar theme. Deep links are a vital part of ensuring that all your site is indexed thoroughly.

9. Create social profiles

One way to get some quick links is by creating social networking profiles for your new website. This includes profiles of Twitter, Facebook pages, indexed profiles, profiles of LinkedIn, Pinterest profiles and channels YouTube.

10. Set up your RSS with Feedburner

Feedburner is a management tool itself RSS Google. In addition to your sitemap, this also notify Google of their new blog and every time your blog is updated with a new post.

After you apply easy steps above, your web page content will be indexed faster by search engines. These techniques are not only help your site index faster but increase rankings to reach targeted visitors on SERPs.

I showed you top 10 easy tips to accelerate search engine indexing your webpages. What about you?
I'd like to hear your shares, what are your other tips that you applied to speed up your website indexing fast by Google or other search engines?


Well-known member
Jan 13, 2015
Hi Jonathan85,

Great post! I have a couple of points in addition to yours:

1) Within G's WMT you can request G bot to visit/crawl your site... However the time period between crawling and being reflected in the SERPs is another matter... and as such can be a waiting game once G has visited...

2) Posting regular content indeed helps - as that over time will teach G's crawler that they should visit more often. You can set the frequency also within your sitemap xml file as an additional measure... However in order for this to be effective you must keep to schedule wrt posting updates as otherwise it will be ignored.

3) Be careful with pinging sites... In fact I no longer use this due to the amount of spam that can follow as well as stolen content... In addition I am sure that my sites have been targeted with scripts attempting to hack entry via wp logon... Also DDOS attacks can also be based on this through xmlrpc.php exploitation. Hence I now disable this feature within WP via .htaccess. To illustrate:


4) Another great way to get G to visit your site in addition to commenting, social media etc - is via video marketing i.e. upload youtube video with link in description...

5) Also check your web server logs or check cache date within SERPs to see when G last visited... If its recently then I'm afraid there is nothing you can do other than wait for G to update the SERPs to reflect your new/changed content...

... again appreciate your post! You should consider entering the!


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