How to make Google find your articles - indexing

k1111 By k1111, 26th Apr 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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This article will help you learn how you can make Google index your new contents easily

Writing Value

While it is very easy to write contents, there is one thing which many people tend to over look and which is the value of your contents. Many people think that when they decide to write, they are writing for search engine bots and which to me is wrong. The contents we write are meant for people and which means that one should focus on writing what people want since it doesn't matter to have contents indexed yet people don't look at them as having value.

Getting Indexed

Once you know that you have what people like, it is very important to ensure that your content is seen in search results. I know many people do depend on referral traffic which is good but not as legitimate as organic traffic. Having contents indexed means having organic traffic and which is what many aim for although the big question remains how to do it.

To get indexed, you need to play out a few things for example adding your site in webmaster tools, verifying it, submitting a site map and use the tool features more especially the fetch as Google BOT.

To make your contents seen in Google or indexed, do the following below.

1. Log in to webmaster tools account.

2. Select the site whose contents you want indexed assuming you added and verified it already.

3. Select Fetch as Google bot.

4. Enter the URL of your new post or posts and hit effect.

5. Once you are done fetching, click on submit to index.

Believe me you, even if your post had taken long without showing in search results, this option will help you to do it. This same option can be used to submit your posts in Bing and Yahoo index provided you know how it works.


Google, Google Index, Google Search, Google Webmaster Tools, Seo

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Am a self created guy who does freelancing online, and I do guest writing at <a rel="nofollow" href="" title="The Konsult Hub">The Konsult Hub</a>

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