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We all know. It’s very important to keep our blog Update or Up-To-Date to drive more visitors and traffic, That is TURE!!!! But what when, if your Update Post is not in the Search engine Index at Right time.

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Suppose You are the owner of the “Dialyupdate Blog”

Your write a post “ABC University 2017 Examination Result out” and Update it. You know 80% student open the University website on the result out date.

If your post in not in the search Engine Index, That means you lose all the traffic of the day Because google doesn’t know about your post. And on the second day, you will get only 20% traffic.

In short, Post Indexed by the search engine at right time is important than Writing Frequently content.

So, Now the Question is, How you can get faster indexed by all Search Engine.

The clear Cut Answer is WordPress Ping list Service. 

In the article, I will cover all the important of the WordPress ping list service and its bad effect on WordPress.

What is Ping?

Ping is a way of telling the search engines and some other major website, blogs etc that you have published new blog posts or updated any Old Post on your blog. This will attract search engine and bots to crawl your blog right away.

Ping is an XML-RPC (Remote Procedure Call) based push mechanism Pinging is a good practice to extend your reach to major search engines

Why Ping your blog?

As I already explain you, When you published a new post, it’s important to ping your blog so that search engines will be notified that you have added new content on your site.

This ensures your new post is picked up by the search engines quickly so you don’t have to wait until the next time bots crawl your site for new content.

What is WordPress Ping List?  

A WordPress ping list is a list of Web Directories or Servers. WordPress informs these web directories or servers whenever you publish a new post, Update your old content, update your WordPress blog or website.

In the above lines, I just informed theoretically how it works,


WordPress creates an  XML-RPC ping each and whenever you create a post or update your site. It sends the ping to all ping services that you have listed on your WordPress ping list.

Benefits of WordPress Ping List

  • Index your site in major search engines and directories
  • Getting indexed faster by the search engines.
  • Increase your blog’s exposure and SEO benefits.
  • Submit your updated or changed content into search engines.

Best WordPress ping list in 2017

My list is a compilation of the XML-RPC Ping Services from, Vladimir’s Ping List, the founder of ManageWP, From Scraper Box and some other useful sources.

You can manually ping all search engine one by one or just copy the below WordPress ping list and past it in WordPress as explain below to automatically ping.

How To Add “WordPress Ping List” To WordPress

It is one of the fastest ways to get your new post indexed by the search engines.

  • Login Your website as an Admin and Go to Writing under Setting option.

  • Copy the above WordPress Ping list and Replace the default ping list.

WordPress’s Default Ping Settings Can Hurt Your Blog

As I’ve mentioned, WordPress will automatically ping your blog every time you publish a post or edit a post, this is a good thing. But it can hurt your!!!

If you edit posts a lot, especially within a short period of time.

Some people obsess over the smallest of errors or layout issues on their site, causing them to constantly edit their posts or page.

With each edit, WordPress sends a ping to the update services. Excessive pinging like this can get your site banned from the update services for being a spammer.

But what I do? If I have to change my content frequently within a short period of time.

Don’t worry there is a plugin called WordPress ping optimizer to control the activity of the WordPress ping list.

Plugin wordpress ping


Install this plugin and activate it.

  •  Now login your WordPress as an Admin and click on WordPress ping optimizer under setting
Setting the plugin wordpress ping optmizer


See in the screenshot, My all ping is Not Ping Excepted my new post. You can also use the feature “Ping Now” to ping whenever your want.

How Often Should you Ping your Blog

  • Ping your blog only when it’s updated;
  • Never ping your blog when it’s not updated;
  • Never do over ping. It’s a penalty;
  • Use plug-ins to avoid over pinging;
  • WordPress ping list or Pinging sites never boost your ranking.

Is there any Negative effect of Pinging too much?

What will happen if you ask the same question to one of your friends again and again in a single day? Obviously, he/she will get annoyed by you.

In the same way, it’s good to avoid pinging the same URL over and over within a short period of time.

You can use Ping list Service Online Tool to ping Your website also. here is a list of the Tool are,

Note: – Don’t ping a single URL with 10 ping tools or 10 times with the same ping tool. I recommend to ping an URL only once with a single ping tool and use up to 1 or 2 ping tools.

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WordPress ping list is very useful to extend your blog reach to major search engines. Whenever you publish, edit or modify a post, WordPress sends a ping to all the Ping services which are listed under your ping update service. You are easily indexed by the all major search engine.

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Harvinder Singh Sharry

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I'm Professional Blogger, SEO, and Digital marketing expert. I started my blog in 2016 with the aim to share my knowledge and experiences for the people associated with my field as well as for the general public.
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