Use Google to get index within a day?

So if you have a brand new website and you want to get it listed in Google or Yahoo, you can try this tip by an expert. I have taken this...

So if you have a brand new website and you want to get it listed in Google or Yahoo, you can try this tip by an expert.

I have taken this brilliant idea from the article:

To get your web pages quickly indexed or listed into Google and Yahoo, enter the index page URL of your site into the Google Search box. Next, click the Search Web button next to it, and Google will begin searching for your URL.This action will instantly call the Google Spiders to come search your web pages and immediately your site will get listed into Google… that’s it!”

Now you have it. The ultimate secret to get listed faster than having tons of expensive links pointing to your site. And it’s so simple as well. Why didn’t I think of that. Maybe if I keep on searching for my URL (like a million times per day), I will improve in rankings and search result positions as well! And I may be setting up an SEO firm which creates an automated software to do searches for URLs to improve rankings! Wow, this is definitely a goldmine for anyone quick enough to cash on it. And you get to laugh at those dumb webmasters spending hours and hours (and spending a truckload of cash) trying to get backlinks.

I am just wondering will this work with Yahoo? The article says it will. But he didn’t say he tested it. So this could be a grey area. But one Search Engine is enough for me if I can stop laughing for just a second.

What to eat?

Any of you guys living in Singapore? Or planning to come to Singapore anytime soon? If so, do you know what there is to eat? Singapore is well-known for it’s food and...

Any of you guys living in Singapore? Or planning to come to Singapore anytime soon? If so, do you know what there is to eat? Singapore is well-known for it’s food and it can be kind of confusing to search for good food here. I mean there are just too many varieties, from hawker food to bistros to restaurants and so on, from Western to Chinese to Middle Eastern cuisines. Ahhhh…….boogles the mind.

So basically what I do is to find the nearest food court and buy chicken rice. Whenever I am at work, I will most likely be eating chicken rice for lunch in that food court. The lady serving me must think that I am some kind of chicken rice freak. I bet you are wondering whether I get sick of eating the same food over and over again. Well, I guess so. But you know, habits die hard. And other food don’t seem to attract me anyway. But this is not just me, there are many others doing it as well. I have seen one old guy who goes to eat the same “Bak Kut Teh” (sort of like spiced meat) every evening at the same store. And he has been doing it for several years now! Amazing isn’t it?