How long will it take to get my site listed in Google natural or Organic listings ?

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How long will it take to get my site listed in Google natural or Organic listings ?

how long does it take for a new site to show up in Google search results? How long do I have to wait? How will Google even know to include me? Is there anything I can do to make my site appear more quickly
can anybody suggest any good way to get listed on google search engine


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There are a couple of things that need to occur before this happens. The site needs to be indexed by the search engine. There is no set time for Google specifically to initially index your site – the time taken can vary based on:

Popularity of the site (whether it has any inbound links to it)
Whether the content is crawl-able (server responses and content type)
Site structure (how pages interlink)
It is possible for a site to be crawled/indexed within 4 days to 4 weeks, but it may take longer. The good news is that you can cover the first bullet using social media, commenting, guest blogging, and email marketing. The second bullet has more to do with how your site is built and how clean the code actually is. 

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Oh it all depends there are many factors that are vital. Quality links to your site, how good at seo you are, when the crawlers will see your site, how popular your keywords are, how original you arre . It can go from 4 days  to a month or a year

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When you create a new domain name online. The domain is usually listed on "new domain registered" sites that list all the new domains that have been created for that day.

These are also known as statistic sites and you can use them to speed up indexing of your site.

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This depends on many factors.  Be aware that getting “listed” and getting good positioning in the search engine results pages (SERP) are two entirely different things.  Getting listed is fairly easy but the most important issue is getting good organic positioning so we will discuss this here. In short, it could take anywhere from one month to up to several years to achieve favorable positioning in Google.
Some determining factors on achieving good position are:

  1. Web Site Optimization – Is you site optimized correctly for your relevant keyword phrases?
  2. Inbound Links – Do you have many relevant, high PR (PageRank) links that point to your site?  This is as important as the optimization itself!
  3. Search Engine Friendly Site – Does your site have any barriers that would block search engine spiders?
  4. How long has your site been online?  The newer the site, the longer it will take to achieve good positioning due to all the factors listed here.
  5. New sites generally have a zero or very low Page Rank.  Established sites that rank at the top generally have a higher page rank.  PageRank is gained by building inbound links from authoritative and credible sites. Download the Google Toolbar to check your PR.
  6. How much competition do you have?  New sites in highly competitive categories have an uphill battle.  There are no quick solutions so settle in for the long haul.  With perseverance, proper execution, and lots of hard work, good results can be achieved.
  7. Use “White Hat” or Ethical SEO techniques.
  8. Have you submitted press releases for Web/News syndication, Setup a YouTube channel with your video, setup social media accounts?  All of these are important aspects of modern SEO.
  9. Are you keeping your content fresh by adding new content, articles, blogs on a regular basis?  Search Engines love fresh, original content.
  10. Have you built an XML Sitemap and submitted to Google correctly? 

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In general Google takes 2-3 weeks to get index or listing for any newly developed website or web page. But you can manually add or submit your website also to this site for quicker result. 

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