If your site does not index in Google, then your website will not be able to receive organic traffic. Organic traffic is very important for the success of your website.
However, Google takes a few days or months to index a new website. But there are some things you can do and get your pages indexed by Google quickly.
Today in this article, I will tell you how to get Google to instantly index your website.
So let’s get started…
How to Index a Website in Google Search Quickly
If you want to show your site in the search result, then the index is required. Here are some steps that can help to index a Website in Google Search fast.
But you have just launched your site and are not sure whether your website is indexed in Google or not, do not worry. You can check it easily. Just need to type site: yourdomain.com in Google search. If your site does not appear in the search result, then it clearly means that your site has not yet been indexed in Google. Below you can see the screenshots,
Now that your site is not indexed in Google, it’s time to follow the steps below and get your website indexed in Google search!
But your site is indexed in Google, but does not appear in search results, here’s a guide – 17 Reasons Why does My Website not Show Up in Google Search
Submit Your Site to Google Search Console
Google Search Console is a very good tool developed by Google. It tracks your website performance and tells for what reason Google is unable to crawl and index your site.
Its Index Coverage section tells you which pages of your site are indexed in Google. It also tells you about errors and warnings that prevent pages from being indexed.
Submit Sitemap For Your Website
Sitemap is a file containing the URLs of your website. It helps the search engine bots to crawl and index your site better.
If you have not created a Sitemap for your site, then create it now and submit to Google Search Console.
If you are already using Yoast SEO or Jetpack plugin on your site, you can easily create a sitemap with a single click.
Perform URL Inspection
The URL inspection tool allows you to check the specific URL of your website that how Google search sees that URL. This tool provides information about the detailed crawl, index, AMP error, last crawl date, etc.
After publishing your blog post, don’t forget to perform URL inspection. If it shows that your URL is not in Google, click on Request Indexing. Google bots will crawl your blog post instantly and your blog post will be indexed in Google in a few seconds.
Whenever you publish new content on your site or blog, run URL inspection and then click on Request Indexing. This helps to get your website indexed fast in Google search.
Use Internal Linking to Your Site
Internal links (linking to pages on your own website) is another great way to get indexed your pages quickly. In addition, your site will be able to get a good position in search results.
Internal linking makes your content more useful to visitors. Plus Google considers your content as quality content and provides a better rank in search result.
Create RSS Feed For Your Site
Create an RSS feed for your site. When you publish content on your site, those contents are automatically updated in RSS feeds. This is the easiest way to tell search engines, your site is updated.
You can use Feedburner to create RSS Feed. Feedburner is a very good RSS Management tool developed by Google. It helps Google notify that a new blog post or page has been published on your website or blog that is ready for crawl and index.
It helps notify Google that a new blog post or page has been published that is ready for crawl and index.
Share your site as much as you can. Create an account (for your site) on each social networking site and put your website link in the profile section.
This method helps your site get indexed quickly in Google search as well as get quality backlinks.
Ping Your Blog
You can ping your site at Ping-o-Matic and tell multiple search engines – your site has been updated. Just need to enter your blog name, homepage URL and RSS URL. Then click Send Pings. As you can see in the screenshot
Always Check Google Crawl Errors
If you have a lot of errors on your site, Google will slowly crawl your site. Because Google will understand that the owner of the website does not maintain the site properly. As a result, Google will reduce the crawling of your site. So try to fix Crawl Errors as soon as possible.
You can use the Google Search Console to check it. Just go to the Index Coverage section and click on the Error tab.
Currently no error on my site. If you get, fix them quickly.
That’s all! If you follow this article, then your site will be indexed very quickly in Google.
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