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tomasmatt
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Informing google about changes

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Hello All,
I heard that web masters can inform google changes to the content of a page. How can you do that? Any idea? Searched internet but had no luck.

Thanks in advance
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You can sign up for Google webmastertools and then submit a xml sitemap into it for Google to crawl the new changes in your sites content.
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I think there is another way to inform google of cahnge in a page.
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You can just ping out your site into Google to inform about changes.
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submit sitemap and ping after update web.
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Post by rayter »

Just wait. Google bots will crawl any changes in your site eventually. In the meantime, keep on building quality links for it.

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Post by cirquelodge »

Google will find the changes itself if the pages are indexed, you can increase the crawl rate from webmaster tools if you want them found quicker
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Post by sfwsn »

You can ping them. Actually google bots work very hard and visits sites daily. So I don't think you need to inform them for any changes.
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Post by nichita2008 »

You just need to update your site frequently. If google sees important and frequent changes on your site it will be crawl more often. You should post some IBL to your site, too.

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Post by rayter »

Btw, you can also use http://pingomatic.com. It is a tool that notifies different search engines that your blog/site has been updated.

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Post by mrandrei »

rayter wrote:Btw, you can also use http://pingomatic.com. It is a tool that notifies different search engines that your blog/site has been updated.
Oh yeah, this is what I usually do. I ping my site whenever I update it. It works.

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Post by VladTepes »

On natural way, if you could give each inner page a backlinks through link building with support of contents like article submission, bookmarking or press release, that will surely help.
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If you give a bcklink to your site it would help you.
You can sign up for Google webmastertools and then submit a xml sitemap into it for Google
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Post by rayter »

If you update your site and add quality contents to it on a regular basis, Google will crawl it fast. You don't really need to notify the search engine about a recent update.

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