Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization and Marketing' started by SamuelKumar, Mar 21, 2017.
How to submit a site for google indexing?
You don't, Google finds your pages because search engines index URLs (aka pages) NOT 'sites'.
You get USEFUL links and Google will 'follow' those links.
1.Add your URL – Submit your website for inclusion in Google's index.
2.App crawling – Get your app indexed by Google.
3.Search Console – Submit a Sitemap of your website to Google.
4.Structured data – Label your structured content to help users find pages relevant to their search.
Place a unique content in blogger and text share the url in the web master
Add the url in the add property
Next, copy the meta tag and place in the blogger web master access section
Save and Update the blogger.
1. Does nothing at all.
2. What if there is no App???
3. Also may not help; see 1 and 4 for why not
4. Won't help if search engines are not even crawling the URLs
Any particular 'meta tag' there are hundreds of them.
Other than that;
WHAT ARE YOU talking about???
Update the blogger??? Which 'blogger'???? There are hundreds of thousands of 'bloggers' and that's only on wordpress.com
You can try google webmaster tools
You can submit your sitemap and check how your site is being indexed
You don't need to submit your web pages for indexing. Once you are finish with the web development process create an XML sitemap of the website. Create an account on Google search console and add your website there. Add XML sitemap of your website to Google search console. You are done. Google will crawl and index your pages. Google will index your web-pages if you don't follow the above process but it can take more time.
By using the webmaster tool submit your website HTML code and then submit the HTML meta tag information of the website.
One can only assume that you did not understand the question.
Normally Google crawler finds your website and indexes it. But this can take some time. If you want to speed up this process use fetch tool provided by webmaster tools
The 'fetch tool' does NOT add the URL to the crawl schedule, Google are quite specific in telling you what the tool actually does and what it does not do.
you want to submit your website to the google webmasters then i will show the way for you
create website and then go to google search console
add your properties
select alternative option in that choose html code and copy that to your website html code then it will approve
That is NOT the question that was asked.
Separate names with a comma.