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    If you aren't a fan of google adsense, you should be! In the art of SEO it is vital to get indexed as quickly as possible for both newer sites and freshly redesigned sites or sites that have undergone a content overhaul.
    If you have a site that needs indexed, sign up for google adsense. Place one ad or so on each page. Make sure your meta description is as acurate as possible and write some really rich stuff for your homepage that explains to your visitors what your site is about. Then be sure that in that descriptions you make reference to all of the most popular short phrases for your keyword as possible without taking away the human readability to the description. Then do a re write using single keywords that help redefine the entire explanation. In a nutshell, sites publishing "google ads" get indexed much quicker than sites that do not. Being an adsense publisher gives you access to googles "Webmaster Tools" section which offers way too many cool perks to list! (you need to just break down and check it out).:thumbsup:

    The reason the more unpopular sites need to use 3 - 4 word short phrases to define their sites content to the search engine is because you are in competition with so many other sites in your niche that are already mastering SEO. Our mission here is to get you off the ground and to get you indexed as quickly as possible.
    After your website is finished and you are satisfied with your current look and feel and content, submit it to the directories and the search engines. Then immediately after you do that, google your site name with the . com or org or net or otherwise on the end. Write down how many returned results there are. The returned results show up at the top of the page. These results are any indexed site that shows up in the search including your site that are linking to your site. Once you have written down the search numbers (might be zero if your site is brand new) write the date down too and then stick it in a safe place.
    Now go build as much good solid PR as possible by link swapping with your competitors and by commenting on relevant blogs that relate to your niche. Do this every day! That way when you finally get indexed your pr will automatically be way better than 0/10, meaning your site won't have to suck right off the bat for a while! Good stuff! I promise!


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    Another tip is to install Google Analytics on your site, and integrate it with your AdWords account, and turn on sharing your data with Google (anonymously).

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    Junior Member thegotoguy's Avatar
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    I agree!

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    I've never used Adsense but doesn't having links out from your home page lower your serps? Or are the links nofollow?
    Personally, in order to get a website indexed with Google, I submit it to Google, register it with a few directories, put a link from our portfolio page to it, put a link from another of our sites, possibly trail it as a signature link. Websites get indexed within a week or so and they don't have any "link juice" seeping out of their home page.

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    Junior Member thegotoguy's Avatar
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    Im not too sure what you mean about having outgoing links from your homepage lowering your serps. I always figured it was good practice to link to "relevant" sites even if they don't link back.

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    I'm no SEO link expert, but I've believed that you shouldn't link out from your home page (unless maybe it is to a really high ranking relevant site) as this lowers the "link juice" and hence your home page's pr and hence the ranking in the serps. I have read that you can link out to relevant sites, but I've always believed you shouldn't do this from your home page. I suppose I assumed - maybe incorrectly - that sites that pay for Google adsense are not the highest ranking sites?
    I'll be happy to hear what other people think.

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    Hmmmmm...You make a really good point. I do suggest only linking out to high ranking relevant sites. But I'm not sure about how much damage if any it will do if linking from your homepage. I'd like to hear more on this too.


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