Spiders and Pinging Blog

August 01, 2014

 Spiders and Pinging Blog

We’ talked a lot about spiders and pinging, but just what do spiders see when they come to your site?
Unlike “human” visitors, spiders are looking for links. In fact, they are not looking at your site at all – they are just scanning through your HTML code!
Let’s take a quick look at what a spider sees when it goes to your blog.
Here is a blog about Commodity Investing. As a human visitor, you would see the following:
Spiders and Pinging Blog

However, the spider is looking below the surface and scanning to find HTML links. When the spider crawls your content, it will see the following:
Spiders and Pinging Blog
The HTML in the Link field as well as the HTML in the content field will be noted by the spider,
But that is not all! The spider is also looking at the rest of your blog and checking out the HTML in the template:
Spiders and Pinging Blog
So, keep in mind, that for the blogging and pinging method to work, you have to optimize the blog for spiders. And that is exactly what you are going to learn to do – see like a spider!

Blogging and Pinging The Newest Marketing Tool?

Blogging and Pinging The Newest Marketing Tool?

Most of you are now saying, “Yea, so?? I can get my site indexed now. What’s the big deal?” The big deal is that blogging and pinging gets your site indexed almost immediately AND it is FREE!!!
If you have any experience trying to get a site indexed and listed in the major search engines, then you know that it is frustrating and very difficult to get done in a reasonable amount of time. After working hard to get your site together, collecting and writing content, worrying about keywords and keyword densities, you are not even close to finished. Now comes the even harder part! Now you have to submit, by hand, your site to all the major search engines. And finally, you get to wait.
That’s right, you have to wait for the spiders to come index your site. This could take weeks or this could take months. There are some methods that will help bring along the spiders a bit faster, but these take lots of time and effort and money. And still, you can’t be sure that the spiders will come fast enough.

Blogging and pinging solves this problem. You can guarantee that spiders will come to your site and that you will get listed in all the major search engines with minimal effort and no money – in about 48 hours!!!

How does it work? 

The largest search engine, Google, owns This is the site we will use to help you create your blogs. Google sends their search engine spiders through to find new content.
When you blog the content on your site – an extremely easy process  – the URL of the page you are blogging is automatically attached. That way, when Google’s spiders come along, they “see” the URL. If that URL isn’t listed in the Google database, the spiders “run right over” to the URL and check it out!
Imagine that the URL found on the blog is YOUR site! Rather than wait for weeks, months, or even up to a year, you can get YOUR site listed immediately! Google themselves will tell you that they would rather “discover” new URL’s by finding links than get them via submission. So, why not blog and ping and give them what they want!!
Another good piece of news is that once Google has your site, other search engines that use Google’s feed will put you on their site, too. And it all happens at lightening speed.

Blogging and Pinging???

Blogging and Pinging???

There is a new duo in town called Blogging and Pinging. It is not a new comedy team or even a singing group, but a new way to attract visitors to your website and make more money. Blogging and Pinging is a marketing tool that can make anyone a viable website owner.
Let’s start with a definition of a blog.

Blog is short for weblog. A weblog is a journal that is frequently updated and intended for general public consumption. Blogs generally represent the personality of the author or the Web site.

Ok, so what about pinging? Originally, a ping was a program that bounced a request off of another computer/server over a network or the Internet to see if the remote computer was responding. That same program is now used as a method of informing others that your blog exists and also let’s them know when a new post has been made.

When you put the two together – blogging and pinging – you get a technique that is extremely effective at getting ANY web site, no matter how big or small, indexed by the major search engines.

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 First, you need the right keywords, so you understand the language your readers, customers, or clients are using when they search for you.

 Second, you need compelling content that people love and search engines know is relevant to those searchers.

 Third, you need incoming links so search engines treat your site as a trusted and relevant source.

Scribe Seo Tricks makes these three steps easier and more efficient than ever:

 First, the Scribe keyword research tool tunes you into the right language before you write. Once your content is created, the Scribe keyword suggestion service shows you keyword phrases you might have missed.
 Second, Scribe analyzes your natural, reader-focused content, and tells you how to gently tweak it to spoon feed search engines based on 15 SEO best practices.

 Third, Scribe’s link building tools help you build back links from other sites, crosslink the content within your own site, and identify influential social media users who want to share your stuff.

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