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    I got one of my websites indexed in 24 hours but I think that was an exceptional case because it never happened again.

    Anyway, all I did was to point a link from a PR5 website that was frequently crawled by G.

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    may be becasue google was running there full scan and ur site just get scanned at the right time

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    Yaa it is posible that your website get scaned at th right time. Well as i had already posted in this forum that my website is not in top 1000 of google and i had consult two - three seo they say you are going right but stil my website is not in the searcg engie.

    please have a look to website dangsoftsolutions.com

    Thankx

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    Quote Originally Posted by tolkein
    I got one of my websites indexed in 24 hours but I think that was an exceptional case because it never happened again.

    Anyway, all I did was to point a link from a PR5 website that was frequently crawled by G.
    I had a PR5 link and it still took months for Google to index me.

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    How to get out of google standbox.

    Hi,
    I think my website is in google stand box.
    Now what should i do to make my website out of standbox and rank well in google.

    Thankx


    Quote Originally Posted by cheesedude
    I had a PR5 link and it still took months for Google to index me.

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    I have answered your question in the new thread you started.

    And it's 'sandbox' without the 't'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangsoftsolution
    Yaa it is posible that your website get scaned at th right time. Well as i had already posted in this forum that my website is not in top 1000 of google and i had consult two - three seo they say you are going right but stil my website is not in the searcg engie.

    please have a look to website dangsoftsolutions.com

    Thankx
    the keywords you are trying to rank on are very already congested ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangsoftsolution
    Yaa it is posible that your website get scaned at th right time. Well as i had already posted in this forum that my website is not in top 1000 of google and i had consult two - three seo they say you are going right but stil my website is not in the searcg engie.

    please have a look to website dangsoftsolutions.com

    Thankx

    Good Evening dangsoftsolution,

    You have stated that you have consulted with a few SEO professionals already. In my opinion, either you were not paying for these SEO consultations, or they were not all that knowledgeable in the field of Search Engine Optimization. I reviewed only your main page and for less than a minute and found a number of things that are hurting you in your SEO campaign. I will give you advice on two of the issues only. After all, if I provided everything for free I would be out of a job right? ;-)

    #1 Revisit-After META Tag - Metadata Elements

    In your meta tags, you have the following tag.
    “<meta name="revisit-after" content="3 days">”

    The revisit-after META tag is not supported by ANY major search engine; it never was supported and probably never will be. It was developed for, and supported by, vancouver-webpages.com Vancouver WebPages and their local search engine.

    #2 CSS Stylesheets

    You have the following in your metatags
    “link href="css/index.css”
    However, directly after that you use a stylesheet directly in your metatags.
    It is indeed good to use CSS stylesheets to format your web design because it can standardize the appearance of your website. For the sake of convenience, some web designers use internal CSS. This is not a good thing!

    You should use external CSS stylesheets so that your HTML coding becomes concise, and is mainly composed of your website content. It is an essential and proven SEO practice that is now practiced by most all Professional Search Engine Optimization Specialists.

    Best of luck with you SEO campaign. Stick with it and research research research. The great thing about the SEO field, is that it is ever changing.

    Sincerely,
    Jason Russell
    "The Russell Family"

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    Google can detect most paid links. Here are just 2 simple methods:

    Any link that appears beside the word "Sponsors", "Sponsored Links"
    Any links that are grouped together

    these will raise a red flag with Google and will be de-valued.

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    Not sure what this has to do with getting indexed by google in 8 days, but... I doubt that google would use such a simplistic model of paid links.

    'Here is a list of our research sponsors' followed by a list of links - these links would not be paid links. The meaning of 'sponsors' varies depending on the context; only a specific one is related to paid links.

    Any links that are grouped together? That includes most pages' navigational links, and they probably won't be paid links.

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    linkin99 asked "how is Google (or any SE) to know what is and isn't a paid-for link?"

    I tried to answer the question. This was discussed a year ago by Matt Cutts and the SEO industry at large. This SEO Roundtable discussion sums it up nicely I believe:

    http://www.seroundtable.com/archives/002472.html

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    Oh I see! Thanks for the link, I'll read that in a mo.

    If you want to reply to a specific post, you could use the quote button btw

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    Yeah I know. But it's my first post on the SitePoint forums. Still getting used to the system. You'll have to forgive my laziness


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