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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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Microsoft Magic


MAGIC #1

An Indian found that nobody can create a FOLDER anywhere on

the Computer which can be named as “CON“. This is

something funny and inexplicable? At Microsoft the whole

Team, couldn’t answer why this happened!

TRY IT NOW, IT WILL NOT CREATE A “CON”

FOLDER

MAGIC #2

For those of you using Windows, do the following:

1.) Open an empty notepad file

2.) Type “Bush hid the facts” (without the quotes)

3.) Save it as whatever you want.

4.) Close it, and re-open it.

Noticed the weird bug?
No one can explain!

MAGIC #3

Again this is something funny and can’t be explained?

At Microsoft the whole Team, including Bill Gates, couldn’t answer why this happened!

It was discovered by a Brazilian. Try it out yourself?

>> Open Microsoft Word and type

=rand (200, 99)

And then press ENTER

And see the

magic?..!

Magic #4

Did you know that a flight number from one of the planes that hit one
of the two WTC towers on 9/11 was Q33N. In Notepad / word pad or MS
Word, type that flight number i.e. Q33N. Increase the font size to 72.
Change the font to Wingdings. ….. u will be amazed by the
findings!!!…………………..

 

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Google’s 200 ranking factors


Hello SEO Expert Friends,

Today I got below emails from IBP:

1. An insight into Google’s 200 ranking factors

Last week, Google’s Eric Schmidt said that listing Google’s 200 ranking factors would reveal business secrets. Although Google does not officially publish their ranking algorithms, there is something that you can do to crack Google’s secret algorithm.

Google algorithm cracked

Google’s 200 ranking factors

Google uses about 200 ranking factors to determine the position of a web page in the search results. Unfortunately, Google does not reveal the list of ranking factors and how exactly they are weighted.

Google’s ranking formula is a business secret. The problem is that your web pages must have all of these 200 elements if you want to see your pages on Google’s first result page.

Which factors are important to Google?

In the past, Google revealed some factors that influence the position of a web page in Google’s search results:

  • the presence of a search term in the HTML title tag
  • the presence of a search term in the HTML body copy
  • search terms in bold typeface
  • search terms in header tags
  • the presence of a search term in anchor text in links to a page
  • the PageRank of a page (the actual PageRank, not the toolbar PageRank)
  • the PageRank of the entire domain
  • the speed of the web site

These eight factors are only some of the 200 factors that Google uses to rank a website. It does not make sense to add your search terms to every element on your website. It’s also important that the frequency of the search term in the web page elements is correct.

If a search term appears in every possible element on a page, it is likely that Google will penalize the page because it is over-optimized.

How to crack Google’s secret ranking algorithm

The web pages that are listed on Google’s first result page for your search terms obviously have all the ranking elements that are needed to get a top 10 position on Google for that search term.

If you want to be listed for the same search term, it makes sense to analyze the top ranked pages.

In which page elements do they use the search term? How many links do the top ranked pages have? How many of these links contain the search term? How often should you use the search term in the different web page elements and the links?

Analyzing the top 10 pages will help you to greatly improve the rankings of your own web pages for your search terms.

The easiest way to analyze the top 10 ranked pages and your own web pages is to use IBP’s Top 10 Optimizer. IBP’s Top 10 Optimizer analyzes all elements of the top 10 ranked pages and it compares the results to your own web page. It will tell you how to change your own pages so that they will be listed on Google’s first result page.

Google CEO Eric Schmidt On Google’s Secret Ranking Algorithm

 

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What file types can Google index


What file types can Google index?

Google can index the content of most types of pages and files. The most common file types include:

* Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf)
* Adobe PostScript (.ps)
* Autodesk Design Web Format (.dwf)
* Flash (.swf)
* HTML (.htm, .html)
* Google Earth (.kml, .kmz)
* Microsoft Excel (.xls, .xlsx)
* Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx)
* Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
* Microsoft Write (.wri)
* OpenOffice text (.odt)
* OpenOffice presentations (.odp)
* OpenOffice spreadsheet (.ods)
* Text (.txt)
* Portable Document Format (PDF) (.pdf)
* Postscript (.ps)
* Rich Text Format (.rtf, .wri)
* Shockwave Flash (.swf)
* Text (.ans, .txt)
* XML (.xml)
* Wireless Markup Language (.wml, .wap)

 

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Google Back Ground


Dear SEO Friends,

Now you can change the back ground image in Google also.. And Important thing is you can choose your image and put in Google Background, just you have to log-in with your account ID and choose your image..

See after Log- in

Happy Googleing….

 

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How to add Google Analytics Code in Joomla Site


How to add Google Analytics code in Joomla site?

In Joomla 1.0.1x

If you are using Joomla 1.0.10, 1.0.11, 1.0.12, 1.0.13, 1.0.14 or 1.0.15 do the following:

  • Log on to: www.yoursite.com/administrator/
  • In the top menu select: “Site” > “Template Manager” > “Site Templates”
  • Then select the template which is marked as default and click “Edit HTML”

In Joomla 1.5

If you are using Joomla 1.5, 1.51 do the following:

  • Log on to: www.yoursite.com/administrator/
  • In the top menu select: “Extensions” > “Template Manager”
  • Now select the template which is marked as default and click “Edit”
  • In the template edit page click “Edit HTML”

Adding the code within the template

If you have followed the steps above you should now be looking at your template’s HTML.

  • Scroll right down to the bottom of all this code
  • On the second to bottom line you should see the tag </body>
  • You need to paste your Google Analytics tracking code just before this tag
  • Now press “save” and Google Analytics is installed on your website!
 

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