Getting Your Site Indexed Before You Launch


 Getting Your Site Indexed Before You Launch

Google indexes and crawls websites (or portions of websites) to determine which ones are most relevant to particular keywords. When you create a site, the content is indexed gradually over time as Google finds it. The quicker your site gets indexed, the more likely it is that your site will rank higher in SERPs for longer periods of time. 

Here are a few basic steps you can take to make sure Google indexes your site as quickly and efficiently as possible:

- Check for duplicate content on your pages by using Google Search Console (formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools). This will help ensure that Google doesn't index duplicate items. If you find duplicates, take action on those items right away.

- If you've used a secure URL (https:// or https:// ) as your site's main homepage, the URL will be indexed quickly and easily. If you are not using a secure URL, add one now and make sure that URLs are correct and maintained so that they are not 404s or redirected pages.

- Change the canonical tag on your site to /index.php . For example: <link rel="canonical" href="" />  <meta name="msapplication-url" content="/index.php" />

- Use the rel="next" and rel="prev" tags to link your site's internal pages together.

- Create sitemaps for your website, and use the xml sitemap feature in Search Console to make sure Google is aware of them.

- Add your site to Google Webmaster Tools — this is the best way to let Google know how you want it indexed and which pages you want indexed.

Here are some links to more information on getting your site indexed:  (Backlink not available anymore.)
Note: This post is meant as a basic guide to getting your website indexed by Google as quickly as possible. For a more comprehensive understanding of indexing a website, look at the following:
" How to get your new WordPress site indexed by Google " wordpress blog is indexed  by google/"
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" Where is your website being indexed ?" http://dmoztools.

Conclusion: If you have questions or comments about how to make sure your WordPress site is indexed by Google, please feel free to leave them in the comments below. " The SEO Checklist , Andrew Bomford, Owner of SEO Expert Blog."

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