How to Instantly Index Your Site in Google

Is your site indexed in Google? If not, you’re probably missing out on valuable traffic opportunities. After all, if people search Google and don’t find you, it makes sense that they’ll go elsewhere to buy your product or service – meaning you miss out on potential revenue opportunities, right? Fortunately, there are some easy steps that you can take to ensure Google instantly indexes your website and that your site will come up in the top results when people search for your keywords and other relevant terms. Let’s look at how to make that happen today!

The More Anchor Text, The Better

  • Step 1: Go to the top right of a Google search page and click on ‘Search Tools.’
  • Step 2: Select the More tab in the box that says Customize.
  • Step 3: Check off Use as the home page.
  • Step 4: Click Apply, then click Change Home Page again and then click Done.
  • Step 5: Type in a title for your website so it shows up at the top of your browser window, and add a short description of what you offer or who you are if you’re not selling anything on this site yet, then click Save Changes at the bottom of the screen.
  • Step 6: Add links to other sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram by clicking Add link (which looks like an upside-down triangle) in the left column next to the Search bar.
  • Step 7: After you save these changes, go back to the home page and click on each link under Your Links just once; wait 10 seconds between clicks, so they don’t get all load at once.
  • Step 8: Hit Enter after adding each one to create a text link next to it–and when you’re done adding them all (you should have three), close that tab with Your Links in it by clicking the Close tab just above Add Link.
  • Step 9: Return to Search Tools – Customize – more – Edit Preferences and turn off Use as home page by unchecking that box.
  • Step 10: When done, ensure that you Save all the changes

Add A Noindex Meta Tag

A noindex meta tag is a no index, followed HTML attribute that can be added to a page to tell search engines not to index it. The noindex meta tag is placed on the page’s HTML head section and points towards an individual URL or set of URLs. This is also referred to as a robot’s exclusion or meta robots.

A noindex meta tag will not remove the page from the search engine’s cache, but it tells the crawlers not to use the links and information on that page when creating new pages. If you are trying to remove all traces of a webpage from being crawled by Google, then this technique will not help you.

Generate a Sitemap

A sitemap is a list of all of the pages on a website. It can be used for web crawling or making it easier for people to find certain pages. A sitemap is generated by filling out a form and submitting it through the robots.txt page. You will need to provide the sitemap’s address, contact email, URL, and name. Once you have completed filling out these fields, click submit, and you will see a confirmation message that says Thank you! Your request has been submitted. This is when you are done generating your sitemap.

Remove Duplicate Pages from Robots.Txt

The robots.txt file is a text file you can create and upload to the root directory of your website. This will specify which pages are allowed or not allowed by search engine crawlers. There are a few ways you can check if the robots.txt file on your website is configured correctly, but one easy way is by entering robots.txt into the search bar on Google and seeing if it’s indexed. If it doesn’t show up as an option, then the file does not exist. Or it needs to be configured differently so crawlers can crawl it (more about this below).

Avoid Hotlinking from Other Sites

When people link to other sites, sometimes they link directly to a file on the server. This is called hotlinking. If you’re using a tool like WordPress or Joomla, this probably won’t happen because of how they handle files. But if you’re hosting your site on something like Apache or IIS (which many people do), there’s a chance that when someone links to an image hosted on your server, it will show up as a broken image if you don’t have a .htaccess file. That’s because Apache and IIS make all requests for images from the same directory as the HTML page.

Avoid JS, CSS Redirects, and Browser Cache Issues

When publishing a site, it’s essential to keep in mind the technical aspects of SEO. Redirects can confuse search engines and cause indexing delays. So, if you want to publish quickly, use URL shortening services like Bitly or go through a CDN service like MaxCDN. If all else fails and you need to publish something on the fly, follow these quick steps:

  • Include keywords in the title tag
  • Add a meta description (if the page doesn’t have one)
  • Don’t forget about ALT tags for images
  • Use descriptive URLs
  • Optimize for fast load time

Learn about XML Sitemaps

In order to get higher rankings on search engine results pages, it’s important that you tell the engines about your website. One way is by filling out an XML Sitemaps with all the URLs of your site’s pages. You can do this with a simple HTML form. It’s easy and quick!

Parting Shot on How to instantly index your site in Google

The key is getting high-quality and relevant backlinks to your content. The best way is through guest posts on relevant blogs.

Let’s say you want a post about how to make oatmeal cookies indexed as high as possible, find blogs on the topic, and write a guest post for them. Remember that when you submit a guest post, be sure to link back to your site at least once or twice in the body of the text.

It’s also essential not only that you get backlinks but also to follow up with them occasionally, so they don’t forget about you. Even if they forget, it’s still beneficial because they’ll be more inclined to remember when they see an email from you than if they didn’t hear from you.