If you have already been following the steps of getting your Squidoo lenses listed in Google, then you are going to love this next tip. Everyone wants to see results for their efforts once they have created a lens and fast.
One of the most common questions that I get asked is “how do I get my Squidoo lens listed in Google fast?” It’s a question that comes up time and time again and although no one can give you an exact way of getting your lens showing up in the search results (it’s totally out of our control) there are a LOT of things that you can do to help the process.
Do you know that your lens has an RSS feed? (If you want to read more about RSS feeds then I strongly recommend that you read Seth Godin’s ‘What’s RSS Feed?’ post to get a better understanding of it.) Every Squidoo lens has their own feed and this can be a great tool in getting your Squidoo lens listed in Google very quickly by using Google’s blog search.
You can let Google know about your RSS feed by using their ping service – this is simply letting them know that there is something to go and see and they will in turn crawl your lens.
I personally use this each time I build a lens, update a lens or add something new to my lenses and it works fast. It’s not unusual to see a lens show up within a day or two using this method.
To find your lenses RSS feed, simply view your lens and in your navigation bar you will see the RSS image that is linked to your lens. Just add this to Google’s ping service and away you go – it’s that simple 😀
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