Most SEO’s will advise you to buy an existing site/domain (lots of age  benefit), but there are times when you need to start from scratch with a  fresh domain.

It can sometimes take a couple of weeks to get a new domain indexed by  Google (even longer to start ranking!). In order to speed up the process  of getting your site indexed quickly, even in 24 hours, follow the  steps outlined below:

1) Create 5 pages of content

Skip the “under construction” page and write several pages of real   content, at least a few paragraphs.

2) Create Internal Links to your Pages

Put the content in a template with a menu structure to make this step   easier. You can find free templates at and other places, at   least to get started. Link to the content through the menu, and if you   have a major landing page, link to it from the content of a page or two.

3) Tag on Social Bookmarking Sites

After just a few minutes to create an account with these sites you can   submit a link to your site. This gives you an instant way for Google and   other search engines to find your site because these social bookmarking   sites get visited by the search engine bots (like the Googlebot) quite   regularly. A few bookmarking sites to recommend:, BlinkList,, and Furl. Make sure you tag them with common words,   like those you find on their tag clouds (BlinkList has a good one, just   scroll down on the page to see it).

4) Comment on popular and recent blogs (with your link)

Find 5 blogs that are fairly popular, relevant to your site, and have a   recent blog post (last day or two). Read the post and add a comment that   contributes to the discussion, including a link to your site in the URL   field.

5) Create, Submit, and Ping your XML Sitemap

You can create a free XML sitemap here then upload the file to your site   (just save it as sitemap.xml). Then ping Google with your sitemap by   typing in the following URL in your browser, replacing the domain name   with your own:…om/sitemap.xml

Next, create an account with Google Webmaster Central, add your site,   and submit your XML sitemap.

6) Install Google Analytics

Add Google Analytics (free) to your site. Don’t forget to verify your   site with them to get the data collection started.

7) Run some Google Ads

Create an account with Google Adwords and start running some ads, even   if its just for the domain name, company name, or some long tail   keywords. Google has to go to your site because of their quality score,   which includes “your landing page quality”. Just spend a couple of bucks   and it can help jumpstart the indexing.

With these steps, you should see your site indexed fairly quickly. I   can’t guarantee the 24 hours, but it is possible. At the very least it   will speed up the indexing significantly (from weeks to days). Look for   the “googlebot” to visit in your site analytics. Then look for your site   to show up with Google by doing a search with the site: operator (for   example, Enjoy!