Link Growth and Indexation
12 May 2010
Everyday, the number of websites is growing at an exponential rate. This can make the job of search engines extremely hard as they try to play catch-up and index all the websites and pages being made.
Today, when a new web site goes live, it can take anywhere from a few weeks to months before its pages get crawled and indexed in Google and other major search engines. With the increasing strain on hardware and resources due to the rapid growth of new sites, Google (as well as other major search engines) has become very strict in its policy of admitting sites and retaining web pages of sites in its index. It is a case of survival of the fittest websites, which once again underlines the fact that getting a website built the right way is essential to online success.
When a new site is launched, the number of backlinks to that site is insignificant unless the business is well known and has a credible following offline and is launching its brand online. The average website has to building an external link profile by submitting to directories, guest blogging on well established and relevant blogs, etc… As you can imagine, building external links yourself can be time consuming and somewhat challenging.
Building backlinks takes time and effort and it is a slow and steady natural growth. There are several link building software programs that promise instant deliverance by helping you build multitude of links in no time. The problem with this approach is that an average human cannot acquire 100 links in a day. Sophisticated search engines like Google will notice the unnatural link building and give you a red flag.
It is essential to get a link from external unbiased sources to derive some link juice that can boost the pagerank of a website. To find out more about QuinnCom‚s services, please give us a call at (561) 622-7577