The 6th and 7th marathon days were difficult. Because we created the very basis of our site and business. Day 8, i.e. today, is somewhat simpler. We have a blog, it works. What's next? We need Google to know about its existence. Without this, our site is incognito for the entire existing Internet and all its users.
Today, for the first time, we will present you with the Traffic Bug tool (literally translated as “Monitoring Traffic”), through which Google will know about your site faster than ever. But, first, let's talk A little about Indexing and Ranking.
You have a new website, WordPressDirect Blog, or a new post on this blog, or a new page on an existing website - and you want to do something to attract the attention of Google robot, such a Spider Google sends to various sites to search for new content. And when Spider finds such content, you allow t him in terms of relevance, keywords and links fall into the Google Indexing. Simply put, search robots conduct such a “population census”.
Important note: Your site will not appear on Google search engine pages until it is visited and indexed by Google .
And today we will show you how to attract Google Spider with Traffic Bug . When the page is indexed, we can check what place it occupies on the pages of Google search engine. Ultimately, your search ranking is determined by internal and external factors. If you followed our instructions, then your internal factors should be strong, which will allow you to get a good position in the ranking of low-frequency keywords. A high ranking and its retention in search results will depend on the quality and quantity of the network of sites that will link to your site or its individual pages.
Why manual if we try to do everything on the machine? You must understand the mechanisms of the search engines. Of course, it is impossible to know everything. However, knowledge of many of them will provide a lot of useful information.
So, take for example the website www. vintageelectricguitarblog. com To check whether this blog is indexed by Google or not, let's use the well-known Google search page. In the search query string, enter the following:
site: www. vintageelectricguitarblog. com
and press Enter. This query only returns results for the site of interest. If the search results display links to the pages of our test subject, it means that Google has detected them. You will also see the number of pages indexed.
When you write on a WordPress Direct blog, WordPress itself sends out notifications (ping) to various search engines to attract Spider to the blog. This happens automatically when the post is published, and sometimes it is enough to lure the Spider and indexing. But, initially, when launching a completely new site, you need to resort to additional measures, and then Traffic Bug will come to the rescue.
By writing a new post, you need to put it in the Traffic Bug and it will be engaged in promoting the site, greatly simplifying your work.
4 key features of the Traffic Bug :
Follow the link www. traffic-bug. com / 30dc. A 30 day marathon gives you 40 day trial access.
So, we register on the site, enter the name and e-mail address. Next, we confirm from the e-mail box your desire to register at Traffic Bug and proceed to filling out the questionnaire:
After filling in all the required fields and confirming the registration, go to your page (after authorization).
Click on the button " Manage Websites ” (site management)
Initially, this the page is empty, since we have not added any sites yet.
Let’s analyze the Traffic Bug using the example of my music website www.Accordionfun.com
On the project page, click the button " Add New Website ". On the next page, we need to fill out a form with information about our website:
We pay special attention to Title (title). You need to write at least three. More is welcome. The same goes for Description (description) of the site.The description should consist of 2-5 short sentences. Add keywords. Everything! Register.
Now on my website I go to the page of the post that I want to place in the Traffic Bug:
we need to copy the link to the page of the article we need and paste it into the Traffic Bug:
We fill in the questionnaire. At the bottom of the page you will see specific options available for this article. They will set the level of work Traffic Bug with the article. I usually choose Low Level Aggression .
Click the button " Submit ". Everything. Now you can take a seat back and relax. The program itself will do all the routine work on submitting the site to various directories, social networks and bookmarks. On the “My Projects” page (my projects) you will see the results of the site submission robots.