If you think beyond the nofollow attribute in the timelines of social networking sites,
-post something someone else found interesting or thought differently about
-said person either writes a glowing review of your link or writes a counter idea to your topic on their own blog/website with a link to your site
-bots crawl said site and discovers your article/post/site
Quick way to get discovered - maybe not, depends on how often the other site gets crawled or it could turn into a bunch of traffic (anyone smell link bait). Granted this isn't very likely to happen to someone under the radar of a VIP but there are ways to get VIP's attention.
Bots could also read the text portion of the RSS feed of your social media account, see the http, know it represents a link, then go and investigate. Don't say this idea won't work. A perfect example of bots reading text and following is when Google through up a bunch of 404 reports in people's Webmaster Tools because it picked up the truncated text on a page instead of the proper link. Happened with some perfectly legit references by other people to my pages.
Pay attention to what matters!
Google will find your website and they will rank your website without you having to do anything. Build yourself a Facebook page and let your friends and family know about the new site with a link.
From there it would depend on the site. But why play games with Google if they’ll find you while you are playing on the social sites? And when they find you they will not just index you but they will rank you.
I think your method is a waste of valuable time in my humble opinion.
how do you feel that this post, the one I am commenting on. The one that you like to post. Of what value does it add to the forum?
Last edited by weegillis; 06-24-2012 at 04:18 PM. Reason: merged for continuity / removed repeated quote
Telling the OP to ignore the basics is to do him a disservice.
All of the indices used as input to the SERP algorithm are created and populated by the indexing engine when it indexes a page. SERP rank is determined in real time based on the user's query string and the values in said indices.
Being discovered and indexed prior to the discovery of any IBL, followed by the discovery of an IBL, has no inherent disadvantage compared to not being discovered and indexed until an IBL is first discovered.