All the above are good for indexing.All forums are not allowing instant signature links, so, it time taking.Article sites are also taking time for getting approved.Blog posting with instant approval will better help you.Other methods are time taking. You need to have patience for that.Forum sites with instant signature link will also help you.
For fast indexing submit your site in digg and other some popular social bookmarking sites. Then move to instant approval directories but these directories should be indexed with the inner pages where you are going to submit your site.
please tell me what is best site optimization strategy for fast indexing.
Link Echanging or Forums Signatures or Directory Submission or Article submission.
for fast indexing, you just have to put your site in your google webmaster tool and verify your ownership. then you'll be indexed faster. Forums Signatures or Directory Submission or Article submission are for search engone optimization.
for indexing all the methods like web posting, directory submission, forums posting, article submissions, social bookmarking, bookmarking etc
but if you have the skills to attract the people by your attractive and fresh topic then u can use the social bookmarking best. it can bring the site fastly on the first page.
When it comes to getting web pages indexed faster and in a better way by search engines crawling agents and programs, some tips might be useful to name. The first point is having a website which is easy to access by search engines as well as people, preferably using codes that come in static forms and creating content pages which remain stable on servers of websites. You can find HTML tables decorated with CSS features always.
The next issue is creating content pages that are decently connected to each other, using stable links from HTML sitemap pages, or maybe using XML made files. If your website is powered by blogs, just install the XML sitemap plugin with ease. Addition of fresh materials to your website and at the same time increasing number of links pointing at its pages, both homepage and inner parts too would help having a site crawled fully by engines and indexed properly.
For initial indexing, I've found that the best thing you can get early on is a few incredibly powerful trust links (pagerank 8 page from a site in your niche). After that, all is good (except maybe link exchanging.. reciprocal linking is pretty 1990's), and you do need a lot of everything in order to keep a natural backlink portfolio.
The worst thing IMO is to use their ping/suggestion feature.
I'm curious as to why the ping suggestion is discouraged.
It comes more down to theory than being something straight out of Matt Cutts, but I think I first got the idea off of something Danny Sullivan wrote on searchenginewatch.com ages ago (don't quote me on that though). Essentially:
From a totally logical approach, brand new sites have no backlink portfolios, and to Google, are the most likely sources of thin content, spam content, and sites that may just be transient / offline again in a week. Many new sites don't get indexed for a very long time, even after being pinged, purely out of the fact that Google hasn't decided if the site is relevant/trustworthy enough yet.
Getting a few backlinks from the biggest authorities on a topic that you can find early on, skyrockets that trust (the opposite of Google getting suggested a new site that for a long time gets no backlinks... if there are no backlinks yet, you may prefer to keep hiding for a while ). Even if a brand new site is indexed- with no worthwhile backlinks crawled, it probably won't do very well in the searches for a long time. A few hugely trustworthy links near the very start of a site can actually help take advantage of the fact that Google doesn't totally understand it yet, and cause it to rank even higher than it might have early on.
Nothing proven, but seems like sound theory, and this approach has seemed to yield some pretty incredible results for me more than once.