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How to Get Your Blog Indexed Quickly in the Search Engines

You want your blog to get noticed by the Internet community at large, don’t you? Believe it or not, your website doesn’t magically skyrocket to the top of Google the moment you decide to start blogging. The first and most important step of all is getting Google to “index” your site in the first place. New sites, which include blogs, oftentimes end up in what is known as the “sandbox” from Google and this can prevent these new sites from showing up in regular search engine results.
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