Attention Bloggers – One Simple Task to Get your Blog Posts Indexed Quicker in Google


More than 540 million users utilize Google Plus every month- And it keeps growing

We all know that blogging is an important part of any internet marketing strategy today. Content is the lifeblood of inbound marketing and it is one of the main things that can bring in new visitors to your blog.

We also blog because it helps with our SEO campaign and helps to increase visibility in Google search rankings.

What if I told you there was one simple task that can help you get your blog posts indexed quicker and help you draw in more eyes on your blog content?

It is actually rather simple and you can do it in only a matter of seconds. What is it?

Add a link to your blog posts in your Google + feed

That’s it – it’s that simple!

Don’t have Google +? Get it today! You are missing out and failing to fully capitalize on the impact your content can have on SEO and your overall brand exposure.

Does this simple task really work? YES! Plus it has many Benefits

It not only works – it works really well.

Google indexes virtually all links that you post on Google + – and they do it almost instantly. The benefits of doing this are significant:

  • Your content gets indexed
  • Your content is visible quicker
  • It helps with your SEO
  • It gives your more touch points in search results
  • It helps you driver more traffic to your blog
  • It gives you another opportunity to engage with users on social media through G+

A URL’s number of Google +1s is more highly correlated with search rankings than any other factor.

Considering how little work it actually takes to post a link on your G+ personal or company page, it is more than worth the effort.

Google shows no signs of slowing the development of Google+. And while they may not come out and say it, it’s pretty clear that they use Google + links, +1s and shares as part of their ranking algorithm.

Connect with Nolan Wilson Freelance!

Nolan Wilson is a Freelance SEO writer in Toronto that specializes in SEO writing and blogging. He has a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science and is a professional member of the PWAC. Connect with him on Google + and Twitter.

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