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possible solution to increase crawling rate RRS feed

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  • I've recently register to the online radio services (lastfm) and added my blog http://music-miracles.blogspot.com as my personal homepage. My blog was 3 days old. It wasn't being index yet at the time. Surprisingly on day 4 when i type in my blog full address, it was listed just 4 hours after i've updated my personal profile on the online radio members list. Can someone help regarding this phenomenon?. Should we as a web publisher consider this as a unofficial method towards increasing the crawling rate? this comment is based on coincident event. 

    Cheers.

    P/s: How do I delete this thread since my question have been answered?
    Tuesday, November 11, 2008 2:39 AM

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  • Those are possible ways to help identify your site.

     

    Some Ideas for generating high quality inbound links include:

    1.       Start a blog – and write content that will give people a reason to link to your website

    2.       Join a reputable industry association – often times they will list their members and provide links to their websites. Examples could be a local rotary club, or a professional association like the American Medical Association.

    3.       Get involved with your community – participating with your community through blogs, forums and other online resources may give you legitimate reasons to provide links to your site.

    4.       Talk to a reporter – is there a potential story around your business? Or do you have helpful tips about your business people might be interested in? Pitch a story to a reporter or journalist, and they might give you a link.

    5.       Press Releases – if your company has a significant event, consider doing a press release through a site like http://prweb.com.

     

     

     

    Monday, November 24, 2008 5:27 PM

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    hey, i get it

     

    u can check this:

    dont check in

    and search user "cheranMdahari"

    then u get a page http://www.last.fm/user/cheranMdahari

    then u can found that under the address , music-miracles.blogspot.com shows here

    so lastfm crawled by msn frequently, so ur homepage showed on the 4th day

     

    my site:http://www.188gift.com

    and my keyword is "上海商务礼品网"

    Thursday, November 13, 2008 3:56 AM
  • Those are possible ways to help identify your site.

     

    Some Ideas for generating high quality inbound links include:

    1.       Start a blog – and write content that will give people a reason to link to your website

    2.       Join a reputable industry association – often times they will list their members and provide links to their websites. Examples could be a local rotary club, or a professional association like the American Medical Association.

    3.       Get involved with your community – participating with your community through blogs, forums and other online resources may give you legitimate reasons to provide links to your site.

    4.       Talk to a reporter – is there a potential story around your business? Or do you have helpful tips about your business people might be interested in? Pitch a story to a reporter or journalist, and they might give you a link.

    5.       Press Releases – if your company has a significant event, consider doing a press release through a site like http://prweb.com.

     

     

     

    Monday, November 24, 2008 5:27 PM
  • Thank you very much for your tips!. Noted.

    One last thing (reply this only when you're free), regarding my website (http://www.amd.netmyne.com/), I sometime receive error message “Network Timeout” or "dead link" coming from my website at a certain various link (external link). I use 2 server for my site, my second server is at “officelive.com”. I would assume that this could be a problem with my local internet connection, OR global internet traffic OR problem with my own server?. I tested my internet connection at www.speedtest.net/ and my internet speed result was 485 kb/s. I’m using wireless broadband (maxis) and get disconnected unexpectedly sometime (once a week). However, referring back to my website text link error issue, this could not be 100% internet connection issue? Is it?


    Note: This problem occur sometime around once a week.

    Cheers

    Ps: happy new year.


    Monday, December 1, 2008 7:39 PM
  • Sorry, I've checked with my server hosting provider, and there was a problem with my local server hosting connection (netmyne technical issue).

    p/s: how do i delete this thread?
    Thursday, December 4, 2008 7:25 PM