Google can index HTML, SHTML, PDF, ASP, JSP, PHP, XML, CFM, DOC, XLS, PPT, RTF, WKS, LWP, WRI, SWF and many more.
You can add your site to Google by going to the google search console, and your site will be indexed within one month.
Google itself will find it by incoming links to your resource. Practice also shows that when using the Google Chrome browser, the site begins to be indexed from the moment of creation and registration of the domain.
Keep in mind, however, that Google may ignore your request to add for a long time, if your site does not get links from already indexed Google Pages or your site will not comply with the search license.
Adding a Site to Google
Google finds your site through links in pages that have already been indexed or are going to be indexed, the chances of indexing your site even will increase. Chances are higher if Google finds your site through authoritative directories or creating a sitemap. Lately, though, it's not a determining factor anymore, i.e. does not significantly affect the search.
So, you can add your pages to search engines, but incoming links and links from social services (Google+, Twitter or blogs) are the best ways to quickly index your site.
Google has many so-called regional branches such as "Google Russia", "Google Canada", etc. These branches are machine modifications according to regional characteristics.
Adding to "Google Core" will contribute your site to all regional branches after Google indexing.
Don't forget that Google also has a regional division into cities, as well as a personal, or custom search, which is usually based on recommendations from your acquaintances and your preferences.
When you enter a query while in a particular region, Google generates results, most relevant to you by determining your location by IP address.
In order to view the issuance from another region, there are special tools that allow you to simulate a search.
For example, there is a special plugin for the Firefox browser that allows you to view and compare search results from different countries on separate pages. The Google Global Firefox Extension plugin allows you to compare results search in the following countries:
□ UK; □ Australia; □ Ireland; □ Germany; □ Canada; □ USA
This plugin is very easy to manage, it can be launched both from the context menu, and from the toolbar. Thus, you will be able to view both free and paid Google search results in various points of the world.
Google has several robots for indexing and crawling pages. They are all called Google bots but have different IP addresses.
Thanks to the server log: just look up the IP address 64.68.хх.хх (or crawl2.googlebot.com or crawl3.googlebot.com domain address), and you will see Googlebot results.
Google is one of the major search engines in the world. It occupies a leading position in almost all countries except Russia and China.
Google goes through 350 million people a day and it provides results for AOL Search, ICQ Search and Netscape Search.
That is why when promoting English-language sites many focus optimization primarily on Google.
Context menu for launching plugins, Google prefers old sites, so it makes sense to take care of the site, even without completing all the details.
The main thing is that there is an initial page and important section that must be sorted, this includes adding new content and updating the site regularly.
This applies to such a phenomenon as the Google Sandbox (Google Sandbox), or the factor site age.
A sandbox is a collection of filters applied to new sites within 6-24 months, no matter what position the site occupies on keywords (works mainly for the foreign Internet).
In addition, Google has a rather important Google PageRank (PR) parameter, which depends on the link mass leading to the site.
However, it is easy to see that a simple counting of the number of external links does not give us enough information to evaluate the site.
it is impossible to compare the popularity of sites only by the number of external links, it is necessary to take into account also the importance, or weight, of links.
It is to assess the number and quality of external links to the site that Google introduced to PageRank.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
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