Google’s a search engine that index web pages for its search result mainly by following ordinary links. The more reliable and notable sources link to yo website, the faster it will be indexed. But don’t worry; there are many tools you have to improve your chances and smooth out the process while you’re waiting for that to happen.
1. Enter your URL on Google’s URL submission page.
When you create a new website or add a new page to your website, visit Google’s Submit URL’s Page. It’s as simple as typing in the URL, visit there now! It’s as easy as ABC but you’re also advised to using the HTML site map and the XML.
2. Link to new content from a blog.
The sooner you can get links to new content, the sooner Google will index it for you freely! Google’s search bots tend to crawl blog content more often than regular websites. Use this to your advantage by creating a simple blog to announce new content on the site.
3. Give visitors the opportunity to share your contents.
Social networking icons encourages your users to link back to your website. This is an easy way to create back-links, front-links and to engage visitors, a win-win situation.
4. Verify your website with Google Search Console.
Log-in to Google Search Console ( formally known as the webmaster tools) with your google account, if you have one already or if you don’t just create one (Google console sign-up). Verify your site to prove your ownership of the site.
5. Verify alternate domains.
Google treats http://www.(your-site) and http://(your-site) as separate pages. Merge this into single results
- Repeat the verification process with the other version of your URL (with or without the “www.”)
- Click the “Site Settings” page represented by the gear icon.
- Under “Preferred Domain,” select the options you prefer
6. Use Google Search Console to track your website.
Google’s recommendation is logging in about once a month to see if there’s any surprising error or dips in traffic. This site also provides a variety of indexing-related tools. For instance, you can confirm that Google can access your pages (“Fetch as Google”), notify Google of a domain change (“change of Address”), and issue urgent block on your content, should encase, you need to take off your site. (“Remove URLs”).