This post will teach you how to get your website on google in 30 seconds. It usually takes around 30 seconds to have your website indexed using this technique, but sometimes this process can be faster or slower.
Don’t worry. This is not another black hat SEO technique that teaches you to create fake backlinks for your website. I also won’t try to sell you a “magic” ranking software.
It’s free, it’s fast, and it’s an approach 100% approved by Google.
Why to get your site on Google
Google is the most popular search engine and also the site with the highest volume of traffic in the world.
In the above screenshot, Alexa only shows the data from the main Google.com domain, but Google uses local domain extensions for every country (Google.ro, Google.in, Google.de, Google.co.uk, etc.).
I don’t have exact stats about how many won’t search queries Google processes, but according to searchengineland.com, in 2016, they estimate that Google handled at least 2 trillion searches per year.
I don’t love Google only because it helps me to find any site I’m looking for on the web, but also for the fact that it can send endless free traffic to my website from the search result.
Some people and bloggers have made millions online thanks to SEO and the free targeted traffic received from Google’s results.
Other people have seen a business opportunity in this, and they built companies that provide search engine optimization services.
Annually, companies are paying a lot of money for search engine optimization services because if they are in a very competitive niche and manage to reach on the first page of Google, these companies can make an incredible profit without spending money on paid traffic.
How to get your site indexed in Google fast
While most of the new bloggers struggle and wait weeks to get a brand-new post indexed by Google, I have discovered a way that allows me to get my posts in Google in no time. In fact, that’s extremely quick, and it only takes around 30 seconds until you can see your URL indexed in Google.
If you are an established blogger or a person with substantial SEO knowledge, you might already know about this method. If not, I’m just glad to share this with you for free because you are reading my blog.
This approach only works for your own website.
It doesn’t work for forum links, YouTube links, sites built with website builders or other free platforms that do not belong to you.
You will also need a Google account. Creating this account is free, and it’s very likely to have one already.
Once you have your Google account, you need to go to Google Webmasters (also known as Google Search Console). Click the “connect” link from the top-right side of the page. On the next page, you will see your websites list if you’ve already added your website.
If not, you will have to add your site to Google Console and confirm its ownership.
Once you have your site added and verified in Google Webmasters, click on its URL to gain access to more options.
On the main page, Google will provide a set of statistics if you had your website added by some time. If your site was just recently added, it will take some time till Google will collect some information about your website. Anyway, that’s not what interests us right now.
From the left menu, click on “Crawl“, then on “Fetch as Google” submenu.
Next, in the form from the center-top of the page, paste the slug of your post like in the screenshot below (do not include your domain name). If you have a brand new website and you want the home page to be indexed, just leave that field empty.
The next step is to click the “Fetch” button from the right side of the input field.
Your URL will appear in the list of submitted URLs but has not been submitted yet. To send the URL to the index, click on “Request indexing“.
Next, you should see the following window.
Check the captcha verification box and select “Crawl only this URL“. This will tell Google to only crawl the submitted URL, while the second option will tell Google to crawl the submitted URL and all the links found on that page.
Then, click on “Go” tu submit the URL to Google.
If everything is OK, you should see “URL Submitted to Index” message under the “Status“.
Don’t worry if you also see a “Redirected” message. Either the URL status is “Redirected” or “Completed“, your URL has been successfully submitted to Google and it should be indexed very soon.
Check if URL has been indexed in Google
To check if Google has indexed your website, open an incognito window/private window (CTRL+SHIFT+N for Google Chrome or CTRL+SHIFT+P for Mozilla Firefox) in your web browser.
If you open Google in an incognito/private window, the web browser will request Google to show an updated version of the search results instead of a cached version.
Type the following in Google’s search form to check if your URL has been indexed.
In my case, I have to type the following:
Of course, replace “antreno.com/how-to-get-your-website-on-google” with the URL of your post. Also, remove “http://” or “https://“from the URL.
In less than one minute, your URL will usually be indexed by Google. Sometimes, you might have to refresh the page a few times before the submitted URL is shown in the search results.
Before submitting my URL
In less than one minute from submitting the URL
Even if Google had this useful function for a long time, not many new website owners know about it.
Google Console is a service provided by Google itself and not a blackhat software or service that could get your site banned.
By using the approach described in this guide, you just help Google to find your site URLs faster. Instead of waiting days, weeks or months for your site to be visited by a Google crawler and to be indexed, you can now use this simple technique to get your website listed in Google’s search results almost instantly.
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