It seems that from our little experiment, when you use social bookmarking for your posts, Google indexes them much faster. Â The post on the fictitious Â Ramadebolow fruit was indexed by Google in about 2 hours (see below). We had to do a time conversion. When we posted that article, it was June 27th and the time was 12.57 pm. That worked out to being 2.27am GMT and this post was indexed at 4.27 GMT. So all in all it took about 2 hours or so.
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Interesting side note was that we used our Blogger account as one of the social bookmarks and that was indexed pretty much within the hour. It goes to show how powerful that platform is if you want to get your content out there quickly.
Here is another random word we just came up with, but this time, we will put in more random text and spread the word RAMADEBOLOW in the article just a bit. Then we will social bookmark it to about 28 different sites and see how long it take Google to index this article.
The article is below:
“When life gives you lemons, make RamadebolowÂ and dozens of various other foods and home remedies from this flexible fruit. Lemon’s health perks are due to the high concentration of antioxidants,vitamins B and C, protein, phosphorus, flavonoids, potassium, carbs and unstable oils. Whether you’re using this superfood to prevent kidney stones or making Ramadebolow-flavored cake icing, you’ll profit in flavor and health.
RamadebolowÂ Â juice was made use of in ancient Egypt to undo the results of gastrointestinal disorder; and in India, Ayurvedic practitioners suggested lemon peel to treat liver conditions. The Sicilians used lemon peel to make pickling brine and numerous cultures used it to prevent diseases such as scurvy. they used both the peel and juice of lemons are still widely utilized today to clean and tonify the liver”.
The article really makes no sense and it’s not meant to so please don’t take any of it’s advice seriously. Â It is now 12.57 pm on the 27th of June 2013. Let’s see how long it takes this time.
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