How long to take indexed by Google ?

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Hi,

I have a new website currently not finish yet and already submit to google.
It's been 3 weeks but none of my website page indexed by google.

Can anyone tell me how long to take indexed by google?

My website is http://www.e-baliproduct.com

thanks
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The time it takes to get indexed varies.
Work on getting backlinks and it will happen quicker.
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meman wrote:
The time it takes to get indexed varies.
Work on getting backlinks and it will happen quicker.


another way, you can link exchange with a site that already got a high PR. Actually i always link my new site with my good PR site. :D
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If its a new site, be patient, It may take anywhere from a few weeks to just over a month or so. How do you actually know its not indexed? Have you done a site:http://www.e-baliproduct.com?

RJ
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monad wrote:
Hi your site look nice, How many unique visitors and hits are you receiving daily now


I only receive 1 unique visitor per day, because my website not done yet and also not indexed by the search engine.
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ramone_johnny wrote:
If its a new site, be patient, It may take anywhere from a few weeks to just over a month or so. How do you actually know its not indexed? Have you done a site:http://www.e-baliproduct.com?

RJ


I know its not indexed by search my website name in google search.
My site is not 100% done. :)
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Hi made !

Do not worry ! as your site new, so it will take some time to get indexed by google. The time period can vary from 2weeks to 4months or more.

Domain age is very important factor for google indexing.
However, MSN is a good place for beginners.

I have written an article on this topic. so, if you want more detail then you can view my blog
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made wrote:
Hi,

I have a new website currently not finish yet and already submit to google.
It's been 3 weeks but none of my website page indexed by google.

Can anyone tell me how long to take indexed by google?

My website is http://www.e-baliproduct.com

thanks


You really should purchase your domain name for like 10 years. I just checked and you only bought it for a year? Google will never take you seriously because you are a new domain. I bought my domain for 10 years and they fully indexed me within a month. If you Google my website you will see that many of my pages are Supplemental, but you wouldn't believe the hits I get! I look forward to viewing my weblogs every day! http://www.lakeland-printing.com
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In response to the last post. Sorry - but it will not make any difference how long you purchase your domain name for. What will make a difference, however, is how long the site has been active on that domain.

New sites / domains are like new companies. Many of them fold or fail to achieve what they set out to do, so Google typically does not rank new sites well, and may not index them at all until it sees a few 'convincing' incoming links.

Try to get listed in as many specialist directories as you can. Try and get listed on a site such as a government site that promotes tourism and trade.

You should also apply to get listed in the open directory dmoz.org because Google regards dmoz as an authoritative source - and because it can take 6 to 18 months to get approved so the sooner you apply the better.

While you are waiting to get listed you should do some work on your SEO - get keywords into your h1 and h2 headings. Currently you have
(h1)Welcome to Bali Product.com
(h2)Our Products
This is too generic. You need to be getting keywords that are unique to what you are offering into the headings. Buy a book on SEO - It will repay the investment!

Good Luck
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My suggestion is to submit a sitemap to google. I think it will index it faster.
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made wrote:
Hi,

I have a new website currently not finish yet and already submit to google.
It's been 3 weeks but none of my website page indexed by google.

Can anyone tell me how long to take indexed by google?

My website is http://www.e-baliproduct.com

thanks


manual submit to google, may take up to 2 mth to be crawled. and there is no guarantee.

what you can do is link building. put it in signature and get more active in forums like this one :)
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The more inbound links you have the faster you will be indexed. You need to find yourself some SEO ebooks. They will provide you with alot of info.
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Well first off i would like to say that i agree and disagree with the posts before mine.

There are many ways in getting indexed in search engines.
Yes Links to your site are a big one.

However the PR of that site doesnt necisarily matter.

The theory behind using high PR sites in getting indexed faster is that Domains with a
higher PR rating get spiderd More often.

I would like to point out that this is not allways the case.

I have many sites with diff PR's ranging from PR 7- 2
And odly enough my PR 2 site is spiderd more often then my PR 2 Site

The reason for this is my PR 2 site's content changes more often and google and other spiders have
picked up on this.

So the real trick is putting your links on a website that has constant changing content.

Also for those of you who have said it takes weeks to get indexed, this is not true.
If you search the web there are many business that will Guerentee to have ur site indexed within 48 Hours. Im going to share a little Trick that i use that 90% of the time will also have your site indexed within 2 days


Just made a new website and want it to be indexed(searchable) in all major search engines (e.g: Google, Yahoo!, MSN, etc)? Do NOT use search engine’s URL submit form!

Generally, it takes months for your site to be included in search engine if you use their URL submit form. Probably due to the long queue?

We will make use of two popular sites here, Blogger.com and My Yahoo!. First part is link to your new website from Blogger.com blog. Second part is add blog feed content into My Yahoo!.

1. After you have done your(or others?) new website, login Blogger.com and create a blog there. Don’t need to be serious about this blog, you just make use of it for your new website.

2. Start a new post with link to your website in Blogger.com account. Don’t need to write full page long, just few keyword text with links are enough.

3. Publish the post. An atom.xml file is generated as well.

4. The path of your atom.xml is http://yourblog.blogspot.com/atom.xml. Note the path.

5. Here is Second Part. Login My Yahoo!, click the “+ Add content” link, which located under the search field.

6. At “Find Content” bar, click “Add RSS by URL”

7. At new page, paste your blogger.com atom feed URL into the URL field, and click “Add” button

8. The feed will be displayed in My Yahoo! page, and you are done!

Now Just Wait & C
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my site is also not indexed by google .but i am trying to get more back links.
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Submit the sitemap for Google and concentrate on getting good quality back links for fast indexing in GOOGLE.
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If you are using robots.txt file then double check it for errors as it may prevent spiders from crawling your site and thus indexing.

For getting index you should have backlinks from high PR sites so try to get as many as backlinks from relevant sites either by buying or by doing link exchanges.
you should also submit your site at different directories, try to post useful content at different forums and blogs.

All the best :D
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made wrote:
Hi,

I have a new website currently not finish yet and already submit to google.
It's been 3 weeks but none of my website page indexed by google.

Can anyone tell me how long to take indexed by google?

My website is http://www.e-baliproduct.com

thanks


my blog took only two weeks but i did massive manual directory submissions and link building in it to get indexed.

TIP:
never submit unfinished website/s to any directory or search engine because it will only cause you to get banned form their indexes and worse, not accepted a at all.
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the indexing time could be up to 55 days but not more than 56 ! :D

... patience is a flower that not grows in every garden!
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I also wonder how much is required by google to index a site.I have a blog about 15 days old but not indexed till now.
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slash007 wrote:
I also wonder how much is required by google to index a site.I have a blog about 15 days old but not indexed till now.


were you doing SEO and SEM? if not you have to do it at once. thisis done through :::

1. manual directory submissions
2. feeds submission
3. blogs networking
4. forums networking
5. link building
6. social bookmarking
7. RSS

and many other things about link building you could possibly think of to build the prestige that yo need in order to get indexed and be one of results that appear in searches. :wink:
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It depends try to increase the back links it will be indexed soon


Regards
Ram
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from experience after i register directory around 1-2 days google will index
my site
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You don't need to submit your site. The best thing for you to do is to get some good quality backlinks. The more you get the better. Also get some from sites that are already in google as when they get crawled your site will then be found.

It normally takes me within a week to get my site indexed in Google, but that is just the first page. They normally index the first page and then index a few internal pages about 2 weeks later and then slowly index more internal pages as time goes by.
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It took me one to two weeks for my two sites to be indexed. I submitted them to a lot of directories and do updates as often as possible.
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Sometimes it takes a lot of time for your site to be indexed, sometimes it takes only a few days. Try getting more backlinks (as most of the people have suggested), submit them to directories such as Google, Yahoo! and DMOZ, and add quality content to your website. Because bots may use some of the content to index your site with. Say you had a blog post about "Cup of Tea's", bots will use text (especially headlines) and use it as keywords. Use unique keywords and your site will be listed #1.
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i want to know can i exchange my links freely with other sites?
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Mostly you can trade a link, becouse people always want something in return :)
make a link page or something and search some people to link with.
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richardvan1 wrote:
Well first off i would like to say that i agree and disagree with the posts before mine.

There are many ways in getting indexed in search engines.
Yes Links to your site are a big one.
Now Just Wait & C

Listen Him :) He is right :)
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Can i exchange links if i have site with PR0?
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slash007 wrote:
Can i exchange links if i have site with PR0?


You can, but it will be very, very tough to get any good relevant links.
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