Search engine traffic is the key to building any profitable blog. But here’s the thing: if Google doesn’t index your site, you will NOT get even a single visitor.
If you want Google to rank your pages, you need to index your site first. Whether you are looking for Google to index your new site or looking for PROVEN ways to quickly index your new blog posts, this post is for you.
The first thing you probably want to happen after launching a blog or website is getting it indexed by Google. If you don’t index your site on Google, you won’t get any traffic from it even if you create content.
Not indexing a site on Google is one of the biggest mistakes most new bloggers make.
If you are also one among them and want to index your site on Google really quickly, this tutorial is for you where you will discover few quick ways to index your new site on Google search results.
The very first thing you need to remember is: it’s free to index your new sites on Google. You don’t have to pay anything. But doing it for the first time is tricky.
So let’s make it simpler and discuss how you can get Google to index your site really quickly.
Here’s How to Get Google to Index Your Site Fast
Submit your website to Google
If you want to get Google to index your new site, you must submit your URL to Google from Google Search Console (GSC). For that, you need to create a free account on webmaster tools using your Google account.
Here’s a simple step by step tutorial on how to submit your site to Google so it starts getting indexed in Google search results.
Step 1: Click here to visit Google Search Console. Once you click on the link, you’ll be asked to select a property type.
Here’s how it looks like;
As you can see above, you’ll find two options. One is to enter a domain name or URL prefix.
For domain type, DNS (Domain Name Service) verification is required whereas, for URL prefix, you can find multiple verification methods.
Step 2: We recommend you to try their URL prefix as it allows you to verify your site’s ownership in multiple methods. Once you enter your site’s URL address, here’s what it shows.
This article was written by Anil Agarwal and originally published on BloggersPassion: Learn SEO Blogging with An Expert.