How to Index Your Website’s URL in the Google’s database rapidly

Google Webmaster Tool

Hello Friends! Welcome to the world of Vicky Tech. Today, we will discuss how to index your Website’s URL in the Google’s database rapidly. Most of us want to know about this process because we all know that designing a website is not enough until it will not index in the Google’s database. This is because; if our website is not index in the Google’s database then Google can’t respond to the user query from our website. This process is very easy so you don’t need to panic if your website is not indexed till now because you can index your website by following some simple steps. Firstly, you need to know how to check the status of your website in the search engine that it is indexed or not. You can check the status of your website by using the URL i.e., site: yoururl.com like site: http://www.vickytech.in/ and if you get the below result then your website is indexed in the Google successfully.

Google Results

If your website is not indexed in the Google’s database then you will get the below result-

Search Results

Step by Step process of fast Indexing Your Website’s URL in the Google’s Database-

  • The first process of indexing your website’s URL in the Google’s database is to optimize your website according to the search engine guidelines i.e., well on-page optimized website because if you optimize your website according to the search engine guidelines then Google and other search engines can crawl and index your website easily.
  • The second process of indexing your website’s URL in the Google’s database is to create the sitemap. The sitemap is a list of URLs of the website which help Google to crawl the website step-by-step. There are so many free online tools are available on the Google which helps you to create the sitemap. In order to use the sitemap on your website, you simply need to upload the created sitemap in the C-Panel of the website. After uploading the sitemap, you can check the status of uploaded sitemap by using the URL http://www.vickytech.in/sitemap.xml and if you get the below result then a sitemap is uploaded successfully.

Sitemap

  • The third process of indexing your website in the Google’s database by creating the robots.txt file which help us to tell the Google which page should be crawl and which page should not be crawl because there are some pages in the website which we don’t want to index in the Google for security purposes like payment page or admin page of the website then we can stop those pages to index in the Google SERP (Search engine result page). If you want to create the robots.txt file then you simply need to open notepad and copy the text of any robots.txt file in the notepad and save it to the name of robots.txt. In order to use the robots.txt file in your website, you simply need to upload that file in the C-Panel of the website and you can check the status of your robots.txt file by using the URL like http://www.vickytech.in/robots.txt and if you get the below result then the robots.txt file is uploaded successfully.

Robots.txt

You have to keep those URL in the Disallow section which you don’t want to crawl from the Google and if you use * in User-agent section then it means that you permit all the search engines to crawl your website and if you want to crawl the website in particular search engine then you have to use the name of the crawler of that search engine in user agent section like the name of the Google’s crawler is Googlebot so if you want to crawl your website in Google only then you have to use Googlebot in the place of *.

  • The last process of indexing your website in the Google is to sign up for Google search console (GSC). Google Search Console is a free service provided by Google which helps us to improve or track the search presence of the website, track the interest or behavior of the potential users, check the errors of the website and we can directly submit the unindexed URL to the Google through Fetch as Google link in GSC.

Google Search Console

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