I am starting to think that the best way to get a new site into Google fast is to link to it from a weblog. I linked to brutecreations.com (a friend’s site) a few days ago, and she’s in Google now. Nr. 1 for handmade colombia jewelry, even though the site is pretty much all images.

My logs show the Googlebot indexed 5 pages, the MSNBot indexed 4 pages.

What would a search-engine friendly robots.txt file look like?

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  1. Yes, it’s long been known that a link from a frequently indexed page will get you into Google very quickly.

    A search-engine friendly robots.txt would be empty or only contain directives that limit bot access to pages you want indexed.

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