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Google puts new sites on probation, so plan ahead

Wine and cheese arent the only things that get better with age. So do web sites, according to Google.

While its easy to submit new web sites Google, its uncommon for new sites to show up immediately in Googles results. Inexperienced site owners typically assume that the six to 12 month delay occurs because Google is backlogged with submissions. In reality, ......

Full article >>> in natural Google results. A study by Jupiter Media showed that 70 percent of Google users prefer natural listings over paid listing.

To minimize the consequences of age-delay when implementing a new site, consider the following strategies:

Plan ahead: Purchase domains early and post temporary pages as a placeholder for the upcoming site. Coming soon sites used to be a sig......

Full article >>> ins.com sell and broker premium domain names.

The extra $1000 you invest in a buying a premium web domain up front may save you thousands of dollars in additional Adword spending after the site is launched -- and the disappointment of releasing a site that Google visitors wont be able to find.

Anticipate the consequences of age delay to ensure a successful web site launch.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Troy Janisch 01/09/06


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