The first step in submitting a URL to google is determining your list of desired sites. These are the URLs that you want to submit for indexing and ranking purposes. Once you have determined this list, it’s time to start adding them one by one on google webmaster tools.
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How to submit site to Google
To get started register to google search console and submit site to google
Registering on Google Webmaster Tools is the first step in submitting your URL. It includes a variety of functions that can be used for monitoring and optimizing websites so that they are found more easily by search engines such as Google.
Quick 2 steps to submit your link to Google
In search console there are two different ways:
1. Request Crawl
Google has the ability to crawl and index a specific URL.
This is useful if you are publishing content or updating an existing page on your site, as it ensures that Google will have fresh information about this new or updated product for search engine users.
It’s also worth taking the time to submit a request with Google through their Fetch tool rather than relying solely on submitting XML sitemaps in order to make certain that any changes made go live quickly from day one of publishing them online!
2. Upload Sitemap
Google’s sitemap is the most common way to add multiple URLs to Google.
A site map compiles all (or most) of your website links and pages into a single XML file, which will usually feature key pieces such as contact information or core product page from the navigation bar for large sites with many items on it.
If you have an eCommerce store or a website with many pages, then there may be several different sitemaps.
How to upload sitemap to submit a list of URLs on Google
Use the Google Search Console to submit all your URLs using sitemap in three easy steps:
1. Login to Google Search Console
Logging into your Google Search Console account is an easy way to gain visibility for all of the work you’ve done on the SEO front.
Simply head over to the Search Console and log in with a Gmail address.
From there, select which website or property from among those associated with your company. If you don’t have any properties listed yet, visit the Google guide to register one.
After activating your Google account, you’ll be able to submit links for indexing.
2. Access Sitemap Report
Next, you need to access the Sitemaps report in Google Search Console. You can find the Sitemaps report in the sidebar menu, beneath the “Index” heading.
Click “Sitemaps” and Google Search Console will load the report.
The Sitemaps report will show your submitted sitemaps, as well as specific information for each of them. This includes;
- Type (sitemap)
- Submission date
- Last read date
- Number of URLs in the sitemap
Once you submit a sitemap to Google, the data will become invaluable.
3. Submit a New Sitemap in Google Search Console
In the Sitemaps report, you can submit your URLs to Google in a single step.
It’s simple. Just follow these steps:
- Copy your site map URL and paste it in the “Enter sitemap URL” field
- Hit submit, and Search Console will take care of the rest!
Google’s crawlers are notoriously slow to react, so you may have to wait a couple days before your site is indexed. It can take up one or two weeks for Googlebot and its army of spiders to review your sitemap and index any URLs it discovers from that map.
Luckily there’s an easy way to check if everything went according to plan:
- Go into Search Console
- Click Sitemaps on the left sidebar
- Click the submitted sitemap
- Click ‘See Index Coverage’
How to request crawl to submit URL to Google
To submit a single URL to Google, follow these steps:
1. Log in to Search Console
If you’re already logged into Google Search Console, then it’s time to start uploading your site with these simple steps. As a quick refresher for those of you who haven’t submitted URLs before: log in and select the property that houses the URL(s) that need to be uploaded.
2. Inspect your URL
Next, you want to access the “URL Inspection” report.
This is accessed on Google Search Console in a few ways: at the top of the sidebar menu under Overview and Performance or by accessing your URL via copy-and-paste into the Google Search Console search bar.
You will see an informational pop-up that says “Retrieving data from Google Index” before getting any results back about how many times it’s been indexed already.
If Google’s already crawled and indexed that page, your report will say that the URL is on Google.
A brand-new page should generate a similar report to let you know it hasn’t yet been crawled by them. However, if there are any errors in how they process or index this new URL then those findings will be indicated as well.
3. Request URL Indexing
You want to make sure you’ve done everything possible before launching your site.
This includes double-checking the page and content with “Test Live URL,” as well as submitting it straightaway for indexing by Google with their easy-to-use button.
The data is full of interesting insights, like the number of impressions on your page or how many times people have clicked.
The details in this report are sure to provide a treasure trove for marketers looking to improve their pages and encourage engagement with potential customers!
Have you submitted URLs to Google and still not ranking on the First Page?
You may be able to use the above Google’s webmaster guidelines and tools to submit your URLs.
The two-step process is relatively straightforward, but if you’re still having trouble with the URL submission process we can help!
Contact our team of experts for a consultation on how we can help you better optimize your website’s crawl rate in order to improve organic search engine results pages (SERPs).
We’ll work with you one-on-one or provide an audit report identifying any potential SEO issues that might have been affecting rankings – including not submitting sitemaps when they should’ve been submitted.