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Offline carlos

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indexed in MSN
« on: December 13, 2012, 03:25:14 PM »
I am finding it increasingly more difficult to get indexed in MSN in a reasonable amount of time. Google and Yahoo pick up my sites within 2 days yet MSN has become hopeless for me.

I have gone so far as to submit my site (which I never had to do in the past) and even then it takes weeks and sometimes a month or more for action.

Is anyone else having the same problem? Has something changed with MSN?

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Re: indexed in MSN
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2013, 10:53:59 PM »
While MSNBot crawls billions of web pages, not every page that we crawl is indexed. For a site to be indexed, it must meet specific standards for content, design, and technical implementation. For example, if your site’s link structure does not provide links to each page on your site, MSNBot may not be able to find all of your site’s pages.

Add MSN Search Box to your site - just like Google.
Here's how you can add MSN Search to your site to enable your visitors to search the Web or your site using MSN Search, just add the code shown here to your home page.

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If your site does not appear in the MSN Search results, you submit your site here.

About your site description
As the MSN Search web crawler MSNBot crawls your site, it analyzes the content on indexed pages and generates keywords to associate with each page. Then MSNBot extracts page content that is highly relevant to the keywords (often sentence segments that contain keywords or information in the description) meta tag to construct the site description displayed in search results. The page title and URL are also extracted and displayed in search results. Excellent content design and effective use of terms that target your message are the best ways to affect the site description that MSNBot extracts from your site. Effective strategies include:
1. Placing descriptive content near the top of each page.
2. Making sure each page has a clear topic and purpose.
3. Add a site description into the description meta tag

Guidelines for successful indexing
Use only well-formed HTML code in your pages. Ensure that all tags are closed, and that all links function properly. If your site contains broken links, MSNBot may not be able to index your site effectively, and people may not be able to reach all of your pages.   8) 8) 8) 8)

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Re: indexed in MSN
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2013, 03:13:17 AM »
Hiiii............. Exchange links with another site, indexed in MSN, that is PR4 or above. MSN spiders will regularly be visiting a PR4 site, so you should get one to your site by doing this. But, this exchange of links is not always the easiest to accomplish. You can check to see if a site is indexed in any of the 3 search engines by typing "url:www.mysite.com" (no quotation marks) into their search bar ... Thanks for posting....
   



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« Reply #3 on: June 06, 2013, 10:54:28 PM »
Hi...... Exchange links with another site, indexed in MSN, that is PR4 or above. MSN spiders will regularly be visiting a PR4 site, so you should get one to your site by doing this. But, this exchange of links is not always the easiest to accomplish. You can check to see if a site is indexed in any of the 3 search engines by typing "url:www.mysite.com" (no quotation marks) into their search bar.

Submit your site to MSN at http://search.msn.com.sg/docs/submit.aspx. I've heard that this page goes down from time to time, but it's worth a shot. Submit, and if it is still not indexed in a week, submit it again, but wait at least a week. You don't want to overdue and have that hurt your indexing.

 This method appears to be the fastest. Go to MSN.com, click on "MyMSN" on the homepage. Sign up for a free account. You do not even have to sign up for a or have a hotmail address. You can use your already existing email address. Once you have your MSN account confirmed, go to http://my.msn.com. Locate the "favorites" section of the page, then click on "menu" of the "favorites" section. A drop menu will appear. Click "change details." At that point you can enter any URL you wish and pick the anchor text you desire. Now you have a link in MSN. Should get some spider activity, quickly.... Thanks for posting.......

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Re: indexed in MSN
« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2013, 09:38:28 PM »
Hi... Many search engines have enabled webmaster support such that website owners can easily confirm that their webpages are registered in their catalogs. Below, we demonstrate which trigger words search engines recognize, sample usage and other tips and tricks to determining if your website is currently listed in their indexes. In addition, we added a direct form such that you may perform a query directly from this page. ...

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« Reply #5 on: July 14, 2013, 10:08:30 PM »
Hello...Many search engines have enabled webmaster support such that website owners can easily confirm that their webpages are registered in their catalogs. Below, we demonstrate which trigger words search engines recognize, sample usage and other tips and tricks to determining if your website is currently listed in their indexes. In addition, we added a direct form such that you may perform a query directly from this page.

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Re: indexed in MSN
« Reply #6 on: July 17, 2013, 10:43:17 PM »
Hi...Many search engines have enabled webmaster support such that website owners can easily confirm that their webpages are registered in their catalogs. Below, we demonstrate which trigger words search engines recognize, sample usage and other tips and tricks to determining if your website is currently listed in their indexes. In addition, we added a direct form such that you may perform a query directly from this page.

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« Reply #6 on: July 17, 2013, 10:43:17 PM »