Index & Cache Your Content on Google in Less Than One Minute

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Have you ever needed Googlebot to crawl and index a page that you just launched?

Here’s the quick and dirty trick: Use the Fetch as Google function in your Google Webmaster Tools account.

Fetching as Googlebot In Google Webmaster Tools.

Once you hit the Fetch button, Googlebot will crawl the page:

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Googlebot fetched the page seconds after hitting the Fetch button in GWT.

 

If the content of the page is worthy, it will be indexed and cached within seconds.

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Traian is Founder and Director of Search Marketing at Pitstop Media Inc. He has more than 11 years experience in helping small and medium businesses generate and convert organic traffic from search engines. Connect with Traian on Google+

 

4 Responses to “Index & Cache Your Content on Google in Less Than One Minute”

  1. Dan said:

    May 28, 12 at 3:03 pm

    Such an awesome trick… I’m so tired of constantly pinging my pages. Thanks.

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  2. TraiaN said:

    May 28, 12 at 3:09 pm

    :) keep in mind that there’s a limit for that, I think about 500 per day or so. Probably others were abusing it.

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  3. Jasmine said:

    Jun 19, 12 at 9:22 pm

    This is a good method to get Google to crawl a page quickly. Thanks for this tips!

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