How do I index my site in Google in 24 hours ?

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  1. simplyjo

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    I remember someone posted some easy to use, free SEO tool for this.. Can someone share anything like that please ?
     
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    Content. Google loves new, fresh and unique content, so they have something to index.
     
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    I posted around 10 unique articles to my blog in last 72 hours.. but it's still not cached it :(

     
  6. simplyjo

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    Done. It's indexed but new pages are not cached.
    For my other sites, Google indexes pages in less than 24 hours.

     
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    simplyjo why are you concerned about getting your site cached? If Google has indexed it you can be found in their search engine, what would be the benefit to you of having it cached?
     
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    Yup, I'd be interested in an answer, too.

    Any specific benefits of getting it "cached"?
     
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    @Fergal / @Swastik - The main reason for getting my site cached is that this is one the first things an advertiser would see/notice before buying ad space on my sites.
     
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    simplyjo would an advertiser's main interest not being in knowing how many visitors your site is attracting from their target market? Why would they be concerned whether or not your site is cached?
     
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    i tooooo am damn curious to know what actually ur technique is ?
     
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    Do socialbookmarking for your targeted webpage. So your website could be easily indexed by search engine like google.com
     
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    It is also believed that website caching is also an indication wether google likes you or not. If your homepage is cached often it means that google respects your site.
    Cheers, R.L.
     
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    This one slightly confuses me.

    I've never known an advertiser to check/monitor if a page has been cached or not, but perhaps some do. If they do, I can't really understand their motives as there are numerous ways to gain similar or even more meaningful information (any advertisers I've ever dealt with fell into one of two categories. They either didn't know enough about SE rankings to consider caching to be relevant or they knew enough about it to know that caching was fairly irrelevant).

    Caching of a web page is carried out similar to indexing of pages. The more important a SE views a page, the more commonly it will cache that page (so it's a signal of the importance google place on the page). While that is true, it's a horrid one to try and extrapolate meaningful information from. A simple review of the page and the domain (so checking the factors that will be used to form the PR/importance for that page) is a far more meaningful analysis and far better for comparative purposes and to understand where a page stands and to make a meaningful estimation of where it will go.

    If you are concerned about having the page cached, it's basically the same steps you would take to increase the PR of a page. Get quality backlinks to the page, make the SE's see it as an important page and they'll do the rest.
     
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    I'm a little confused. Do you mean indexed or cached?
     
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    The response to Fergal, after Fergal gave information on how to get the page indexed, suggests that the OP is interested in having the page cached rather than simply indexed (although the title of the thread does appear to contradict this, so I'm not entirely sure).
     
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    Ping it or submit to digg!
     

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