__/ [ Alan Cole ] on Monday 27 February 2006 15:48 \__
> In article <jn66021cr9hdl54u9vk6vc120okh0h548c@xxxxxxx>,
> Anthropy <blah@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi all
>> I've just got a new domain name today and I'm wandering how long it
>> will take to show up in search results? I'm using simply.com ?
> It makes no difference which registration agent you use... Each search
> engine will take its own time to list your site, but if you have inbound
> links to the site it shouldn't take too long... Getting decent rankings
> will depend on the amount of time, effort and expertise you put into
> building and promoting the website.
> There are no set timescales as far as getting listed is concerned..
I agree with Alan. Getting crawled is a matter of days if you have strong
(e.g. PageRank>=4) links. Being indexed and consequently high positions and
referrals is another matter. It can take a few week, I'd imagine.
Hope it helps,
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