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    Default How long does it take for a new website to get indexed and ranked?

    OK, I know it takes time (1-6 months?) for a new website to get indexed, ranked for search terms and get traffic. But I'm looking for an authoritative article or blog post to back this up. Any suggestions?

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    I'm not sure of an article but I don't think it takes that long at all. Definitely less than a month I think.
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    Hi Sandra,

    I don't know of an authoritative article on the topic, but it doesn't take long at all. If you're talking about actual top 3 rankings, that depends on how competitive the keyword phrase and the overall niche is. For longtail keyword phrases, you can have top rankings in a matter of weeks...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandrasims View Post
    OK, I know it takes time (1-6 months?) for a new website to get indexed, ranked for search terms and get traffic. But I'm looking for an authoritative article or blog post to back this up. Any suggestions?
    Sandra, just out of curiosity, who told you that it takes 1-6 months to get indexed? That's completely false. I've had articles I've written indexed in as little as 30 minutes.

    I've found that the quickest way to get indexed is to get linked to by popular websites that have already been indexed by Google - websites that Google sends its bots to regularly.

    For example, authority sites like SiteProNews, social networking sites, forums, blogs, article directories, etc. The key is to write quality content that popular websites want to link to.

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