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Thursday, February 28, 2019

How to Get Google to Instantly Index Your New Website

Do you want more organic search traffic to your site?
I’m willing to bet the answer is yes – we all do!
Organic search traffic is critical for growing your website and business. In fact, it’s the source of over half of all site traffic, on average, as compared to just 5% from social media.
Some research claims around 33% of your site’s traffic can be attributed to organic search while others say it can be up to 64% of your traffic.

How do you get your new site or blog indexed by Google, Bing, and other search engines? Well, you’ve got two choices.
You can take the “tortoise” approach – just sit back and wait for it to happen naturally, but this can take weeks or months.
Or you can make it happen now, giving you more time and energy to put towards increasing your conversion rate, improving your social presence — and, of course, writing and promoting great and useful content.
I don’t know about you, but I’d rather get my sites indexed as quickly as possible because it gives me more time to build my audience.

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So what are the indexing factors that matter?
Step 1: Is my site indexed already?
Step 2: Install and set up Google Analytics & Search Console
Step 3: Create a content marketing strategy
Step 4: Start blogging
Step 5: Use internal links on your website
Step 6: Promote social sharing of your content
Step 7: Add a sitemap plugin to get Google to index your site
Step 8: Submit a sitemap to Search Console
Step 9: Create social media channels
Step 10: Use robots.txt
Step 11: Index your site with other search engines
Step 12: Share your content on aggregators
Step 13: Share your website link everywhere
Step 14: Set up an RSS feed
Step 15: Submit your website to directories
Step 16: Check for Google crawl errors frequently
[BONUS] Step 17: The pages that shouldn’t be indexed and how to prevent them from being crawled BONUS!
[BONUS] Step 18: Make a plan for updating old content

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