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Submit URLs to Google with Fetch as Googlebot


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Submit URLs to Google with Fetch as Googlebot

Posted: 03 Aug 2011 08:22 AM PDT

Webmaster Level: All

The Fetch as Googlebot feature in Webmaster Tools now provides a way to submit new and updated URLs to Google for indexing. After you fetch a URL as Googlebot, if the fetch is successful, you’ll now see the option to submit that URL to our index. When you submit a URL in this way Googlebot will crawl the URL, usually within a day. We’ll then consider it for inclusion in our index. Note that we don’t guarantee that every URL submitted in this way will be indexed; we’ll still use our regular processes—the same ones we use on URLs discovered in any other way—to evaluate whether a URL belongs in our index.

This new functionality may help you in several situations: if you’ve just launched a new site, or added some key new pages, you can ask Googlebot to find and crawl them immediately rather than waiting for us to discover them naturally. You can also submit URLs that are already indexed in order to refresh them, say if you’ve updated some key content for the event you’re hosting this weekend and want to make sure we see it in time. It could also help if you’ve accidentally published information that you didn’t mean to, and want to update our cached version after you’ve removed the information from your site.

How to submit a URL
First, use Diagnostics > Fetch As Googlebot to fetch the URL you want to submit to Google. If the URL is successfully fetched you’ll see a new “Submit to index” link appear next to the fetched URL.
Once you click “Submit to index” you’ll see a dialog box that allows you to choose whether you want to submit only the one URL, or that URL and all its linked pages.

When submitting individual URLs, we have a maximum limit of 50 submissions per week; when submitting URLs with all linked pages, the limit is 10 submissions per month. You can see how many submissions you have left on the Fetch as Googlebot page. Any URL submitted should point to content that would be suitable for Google Web Search, so if you’re trying to submit images or videos you should use Sitemaps instead.

Submit URLs to Google without verifying
In conjunction with this update to Fetch as Googlebot, we’ve also updated the public “Add your URL to Google” form. It’s now the Crawl URL form. It has the same quota limits for submitting pages to the index as the Fetch as Googlebot feature but doesn’t require verifying ownership of the site in question, so you can submit any URLs that you want crawled and indexed.

Note that Googlebot is already pretty good about finding and crawling new content in a timely fashion, so don’t feel obligated to use this tool for every change or update on your site. But if you’ve got a URL whose crawling or indexing you want to speed up, consider submitting it using the Crawl URL form or the updated Fetch as Googlebot feature in Webmaster Tools. Feel free to comment here or visit our Webmaster Help Forum if you have more detailed questions.

Written by Jonathan Simon & Susan Moskwa, Webmaster Trends Analysts

 

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Choose Your Domain With Your City Name


વેબસાઈટ માટે હવે મનપસંદ નામ મળશે

હવે ઈન્ટરનેટની ઓળખ માત્ર ડોટ કોમ પૂરતી સીમિત નહીં રહે. ટૂંક સમયમાં તમને ડોટ કોમના બદલે ડોટ દિલ્હી, ડોટ ભોપાલ કે ડોટ બેંક જેવાં નામો પણ જોવા મળશે. દુનિયાભરમાં ઈન્ટરનેટના તંત્ર પર દેખરેખ રાખતી સંસ્થા આઈકેને સોમવારે સિંગાપોરમાં આયોજિત બેઠકમાં આ સંંબંધે નિર્ણય લીધો હતો. ૨૬ વર્ષ પહેલાં ડોટ કોમ બન્યા બાદ ડોમેન નામોમાં આ સૌથી મોટું પરિવર્તન છે…

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Google Analytics newsletter: Set up goals in Analytics to track conversions, ROI


Hello Friends,

I got email from GA.. JFYI…

New user newsletter: create goals for better ROI

Hi there,

You’re already using your Analytics reports to see valuable data about your website traffic and advertising effectiveness. The next step is to set up goals to track “conversions” — a word we use to describe each time a visitor does something specific on your site (makes a purchase, fills in a form, spends a certain amount of time browsing, reaches a certain number of pages, etc.). Tracking goals shows you how effective your site design and ad campaigns have been, and helps you make smart decisions about how to make them even better. We’ve also shared some useful resources to help you learn more about Google Analytics and keep up to date with the latest news.

Create goals in Google Analytics and track ROI

What goals should I track?

That depends on what type of business you’re running and what kind of objectives you have for your website. Here are some examples:

Business Goal
online clothing store completed purchase
entertainment listings site newsletter sign up
news and weather site time spent on site or pages viewed per visit

Creating Analytics goals

Once you’ve decided what conversions you want to track on your website, you can easily set up goals in Google Analytics:

  1. Log into your Google Analytics account
  2. Select ‘edit’ next to the profile where you’d like to set up a goal.
  3. Under the ‘Goals’ section, select ‘Add Goal.’
  4. Choose a name for your goal and select ‘On,’ so Analytics will begin tracking this action on your site.
  5. Choose your goal type (destination URL, time on site or pages per visit) and enter the goal details.
  6. You can select a goal value to indicate how much a goal is worth. Have an e-commerce site? Analytics can track values straight from your shopping cart.
  7. If you’ve set up a ‘Destination URL’ goal, you can also define its funnel: a funnel will show you up to 10 steps that lead to a goal and help you identify where in the path visitors drop out of completing your goal.

Goal reports

Once you’ve set up a goal (or goals), you can track your results by choosing ‘View Reports’ in your Analytics account, then ‘Goals’ from the report menu on the upper left of the screen. Your reports will detail your completed conversions (broken down by day or hour), conversion rate, and the completed goals’ value to your business.

Check out this short YouTube video to learn more about setting up goals in Google Analytics.

Keep up to date with Google Analytics news

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  Sign in and fix your account set up today  

Happy analyzing,
Google Analytics Team

Thanks Google (GA)

 

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Security issue in Website Optimizer


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Dear SEO Friends,

Today I received one below email from Google Website Optimizer:
Dear Website Optimizer user,

We are writing to inform you of a potential security issue with Website Optimizer. By exploiting a vulnerability in the Website Optimizer Control Script, an attacker might be able to execute malicious code on your site using a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) attack. This attack can only take place if a website or browser has already been compromised by a separate attack. While the immediate probability of this attack is low, we urge you to take action to protect your site.

We have fixed the bug, and all new experiments are not susceptible. However, any experiments you are currently running need to be updated to fix the bug on your site. Additionally, if you have any Website Optimizer scripts from paused or stopped experiments created before December 3, 2010, you will need to remove or update that code as well.

There are two ways to update your code. You can either stop current experiments, remove the old scripts, and create a new experiment, or you can update the code on your site directly. We strongly recommend creating a new experiment as it is the simpler method.

Creating a New Experiment

1. Stop any currently running Website Optimizer experiments
2. Remove all the Website Optimizer scripts from your site
3. Create a new experiment as normal. New experiments are not vulnerable.

Updating the Website Optimizer Control Script Directly

1. Locate the Control Script on your site. It looks like this:

A/B Test Control Script

function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){}
(function(){var k=’XXXXXXXXXX’,d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){
if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+’=’);if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(‘;’,i);return c.substring(i+n.
length+1,j<0?c.length:j)}}}var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash;
d.write('’)})();
utmx(“url”,’A/B’);

Multivariate Test Control Script

function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){}
(function(){var k=’XXXXXXXXXX’,d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){
if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+’=’);if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(‘;’,i);return c.substring(i+n.
length+1,j<0?c.length:j)}}}var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash;
d.write('’)})();

2. Locate the following in the Control Script: return c.substring(…
3. Modify the following line as shown:
BEFORE: return c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j)
FIXED: return escape(c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j))
Make sure to include the final closing parenthesis “)”

Fixed A/B Control Script

function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){} (function(){var k=’XXXXXXXXXX’,d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){ if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+’=’);if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(‘;’,i);
return escape(c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j))}}}
var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash; d.write('’)})();
utmx(“url”,’A/B’);

Fixed Multivariate Control Script

function utmx_section(){}function utmx(){}
(function(){var k=’XXXXXXXXXX’,d=document,l=d.location,c=d.cookie;function f(n){
if(c){var i=c.indexOf(n+’=’);if(i>-1){var j=c.indexOf(‘;’,i);
return escape(c.substring(i+n.length+1,j<0?c.length:j))}}}
var x=f('__utmx'),xx=f('__utmxx'),h=l.hash; d.write('’)})();

Note that the k=XXXXXXXXX line in the above Control Script examples is a placeholder.

Your experiment will continue as normal after you’ve made this update. There’s no need to pause or restart the experiment.

We’re committed to keeping Website Optimizer secure, and we’re deeply sorry for this issue. We will continue to work hard to prevent future vulnerabilities.

Sincerely,
Trevor
Google Website Optimizer Team

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Copyright 2010. Google is a trademark of Google Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.

Email from: websiteoptimizer-noreply@google.com

 
 
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