Many people think that to crawl google takes weeks (even months), but that’s not true. Almost everyone can crawl your website for two weeks or even longer – sometimes even in Google’s index, you’ll find it in a matter of hours!

There are several ways to crawl quickly. Everyone is concerned with linking to your site with other websites that frequently update and often search engine bots on websites or sites on websites.

You do not have to pay for it. There are many ways to get such links to your site without paying an hourly rate. One of the easiest ways to crawl quickly is to ping your site. You do not have to have a blog pinging at your site locations like pingoat.com or Pingomatic.com.

Just add your site’s name and URL and leave the link to the RSS link blank. (Not necessary.) Sometimes this technology can index you for a couple of days. Then you need to send a link to the various social networking sites.

These sites are indexed several times a day so they can be a great way to crawl and index your site quickly. You must have an account on all of the major bookmark sites. Do not miss StumbleUpon, Digg, Furl, del.ico.us, and Slashdot.

Press releases can be very useful for your site to be quickly explored. Most popular press releases have a good PageRank rating, they are often indexed and may publish press releases on different websites so they can borrow messages through public brochures. Sometimes you should send a press release about the ease and speed of indexing.

Article marketing is another way to crawl fast. Sending an article or two materials can help you get feedback links, higher Page Rank and Targeted Traffic to your site. Many article applications have a very good PageRank, so there are certainly other advantages than just a quick index.

Blog comments can be a very good way to crawl quickly. You need to find blogs that do not have any nofollow tags because blogs with “nofollow” do not allow search engines to crawl links.

SEO experts dispute this – some say that the “nofollow” tag does not matter because some search engine heroes ignore it. Others say that you can get a bit of traffic from blogs yourself but “nofollow” blogs will do everything to help you explore faster.

You also need to make sure that you do everything in your power to maximize the potential of the robot to crawl your site. You will need easy-to-find links, text links instead of links, do not use maps or flash images if you do not have text links to spy watching and make sure your website is as clean as possible. Too many links on the home page can mislead the robots, and your website may not be properly indexed.

Forums are often indexed on a fixed (daily) round because content is updated frequently. Popular forums have posted posts on their own site in Google a few minutes after their release! Forum posts are very popular on Google within 24 hours. Sending a small link to a signature on some forums can help you crawl your site quickly.

Finally, you can exchange links with other webmasters with your nose. This is not just a good way to create backlinks, but if your site is frequently investigated, you increase the likelihood of prompt page citing and crawling your site. Linking does not affect your site, or – if you do not accumulate too much too soon – stay organic by nature (how much a day) and this does not apply to all red tickets to search engines.