What does get indexed?
Search engines keep a cache of every web page in its index.
In English, this means search engines make a copy of each site you visit and put on their records ... ummm, I think that's what I mean.
When using a search engine pages list relevant to your search results, usually ten results per page.
Each result includes a live "link" to the page, and a "cache" or "snapshot" of the page, saw the last time the spider visits the page, sometime in the past.
If you want to get a website indexed, you should first have a website ... preferably a real one that you own, not a "free" a Geocities website, etc.
It only costs about $ 8 to register a domain name, and about $ 5 a month for accommodation, while $ 10 a month will give you very good quality accommodation.
For fast indexing, I recommend starting a blog on your site. This can be with any blog software, but I think WordPress is the best ...
If you get a good quality accommodation include cPanel and Fantastico scripts. In the fantastic scripts are about 50 scripts that can automatically install on the server with a single click ... and WordPress is one of them. The alternative is to manually install wordpress itself.
Once you have built the basic barebones website (home page, ½ dozen pages of content, and a map that unites them is the time for indexing in search engines.
You can "submit" your site to search engines if you wish, but is too slow.
This is where the blog comes into play ... publish articles or posts on your blog daily and never miss a day during the first few weeks at least. The posts must be interesting and relevant to your site.
Set your blog to automaticlly "ping" in the blog directories every time you publish a new post.
This is what happens ... Google, Yahoo, MSN and other search engines are always looking for new content to serve its visitors and customers search, and a place to find a new blog content. Search engines love blogs because they are dynamic - updated regularly by their owners - as attached to normal web pages remains largely static - unchanged for months.
If you update your blog every day by adding new articles or other content, search engines will notice, and will soon visit your blog every day like clockwork.
I can include a link to my site regularly, adding a link to my page, or map in the sidebar (menu) on my blog.
The best search engines second love after new content is "links" ... Link to literally die, and if they find a link anywhere you have not seen before, make a record of it, then follow them wherever they may lead ... and if they find is the link to your blog, make sure they have youbetter the site map to your website. Double check that you do, by clicking on it after making
Yahoo and MSN will list web pages as soon as they visit, and usually indexed within days. As soon as they are indexed, people can be found in search results.
And that's how easy it is to get indexed quickly.