Hey, guys today I want to show you how to index your blog posts on Google immediately after you just hit the publish button.
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Instead of you to wait for Google to index your new blog posts naturally.
You can either way bypass that and get your new blog posts index on Google within seconds.
And the good part of it all is that it doesn’t have any side effect in your site SEO.
And then it boosts your site ranking and traffic as well.
- No Paid Ads
- No Technical knowledge required
- No buying of Backlinks
- You don’t have to be a pro to do this
- 100% Google Safe
Since I have been using this little trick, in conjunction with my profile creation in SEO tricks.
These are the hikes in organic traffic I have been receiving.
So with this my little trick here, you are going to learn how to index your blog posts on Google immediately after publishing for it to rank.
So follow my lead as we proceed, and don’t forget to share this article with as many bloggers as possible.
But before then we will first of all talk about search engine crawlers, what they are, and how they work.
This is because If your blog is not accessible by Google bot or other search engine crawlers
You will find it difficult to get your blog post index by Google after publishing.
So there are Six things we are going to look into today, and they are.
- Search engines crawlers
- Robots.txt setups
- How to index your website or blog.
- Create a sitemap and submit to search console
- How to confirm your website or blog is an index.
- How to index your blog post immediately after publishing.
Meanwhile, not to beat around the Bush, let go into the subject matters of today proper.
Search Engine Crawlers
The leading search engines, such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo!, use crawlers to find the pages for their algorithmic search results.
Pages that are linked from other search engine indexed pages do not need to be submitted because they are found automatically.
Search engine crawlers may look at several different factors when crawling a site.
Not every page is indexed by the search engines.
The distance of pages from the root directory of a site may also be a factor in whether or not pages get crawled.
Points to Note
- You should be careful to keep the following points in mind to ensure your brand is well positioned on search engines −
- Search engines want to do their jobs as best as possible by referring users to websites and content that is most relevant to what the user is looking for. This is determined by the site content, how fast your site loads, how often your site is linked to from other credible online resources, and user experience, including design, navigation, and bounce rate.
- The items that the search engines don’t want are keyword stuffing, buying links, and poor user experience (too many ads and high bounce rates).
- Domain naming is important to your overall branding. As a best practice, use sub-directory root domains (example.com/events) versus sub-domains (events.example.com). Other best practices with domain names are to use consistent domains and keywords in the URL.
- Optimize for different types of results. In addition to optimizing the desktop experience, focus on mobile and tablet optimization along with other media.
- Content on the site should have title tags and meta descriptions. Although meta tags aren’t as important as they used to be in the past; if you do use them, ensure they are formatted correctly.
After putting these points down, we can now proceed to the next phase.
Now, you also have to create and set up a robot.txt file for your site.
A robot.txt file is a text file that is created to instruct web crawlers (like Googlebot) to index or not to index your website, or part of it.
Well, it is a must that you create a robot.txt file for your blog.
Robot.txt file consists of two factors and they are.
User-agent: [user-agent name]Disallow: [URL string not to be crawled]
The Disallow will make Googlebot not to crawl, access, or index a particular webpage.
While the Allow gives Google bot and other search engine crawlers a Go ahead.
Well, let me not bore you with that so that newbie bloggers don’t get lost in the thin air while breezing through this article.
To cut the matter of Robot.txt file short do this.
Head of to robot.txt file generator and generate one for your blog.
After generating, download the file and upload it on your public HTML to make it active.
Here is an example of robot.txt file mitrobe.com/robot.txt
And for those who wish to have an in-depth knowledge of what robot.txt file is and how to tweak it should read this moz guide on robot.txt
With that said and done, let move over to the next subheading.
How to index your blog Posts on Google
Well, you have created your blog, either new or old blog.
The first thing for you to do after buying hosting, customizing your blog is to index in google.
Now, how do you index your website on Google?
Simply, you verify your website in Google search console.
So first you head over to Google search console and create an account.
You submit your site, and you choose from the available drop-down list of verification methods to verify your domain.
Thereafter verifying your domain, Google bot will index your site from time to time.
Now, for those that have their blog long ago, and are not sure If their blog is been index or not.
Let move over to the next subheading that shows us how to check if our blog is an index on Google or not.
How to check if your blog is an index on Google.
To confirm that your Googlebot is indexing your website over time.
- Copy this …site:yourdomain.com
- Add your domain name
- The paste is on Google and search.
Now, if the drop-down search terms are showing your site details as seen in the screenshot below.
Then Yes, your site is a successful index on google.
But if it shows you something like this below.
Then your site is not verified and not being index on Google.
Meanwhile, if you discover that your site is not index, then move over to Google search console and index it.
Create a sitemap and submit to search console
You may want to ask me, what does it take to index your blog?
It requires you to create a sitemap.xml and submit it to google search console.
What is sitemap.XML
In a jargon buster language, it is a file that shows the roadmap of al your website pages and of which enables Googlebot or other search engines to fully understand, access and crawl the important pages with the Allow Robot.txt command.
So, after verifying your Google search console.
What you have to do next is to head over to Sitemap generator tool. And generate a sitemap.XML file for your website.
You can use mine as an example Mitrobe.com/sitemap.XML
After creating it download it and also submit it via Google search console.
Once Google verifies it, your work is done Google bot will constantly access and crawl your website constantly.
Also, it is wise for you to create and submit a new sitemap monthly.
And if you want Bing or Handed search engine to also crawl your website or blog.
You have to repeat the same process of verification and sitemap submission on the Bing webmaster tool and Yandex webmaster tool.
Use Free Website Indexing software
Meanwhile, for the newbie/non-technical bloggers that get overwhelmed with webmaster setting.
I have also figured out another way to automatically run your website or blog indexing with just one click.
This tool enables you to submit an indexing request to several search engines, and web directories at once.
Fill in your details and click done.
Now, select all the search engine you wish to send an indexing request and click submit.
Wait and see your site get index on a minute.
Now, let move to the big show for today which is indexing your new blog post immediately after publishing.
How to index your blog posts immediately after publishing
Is this magic or what?
If you are among those bloggers that always publish the article and wait for Google to index it manually.
You are losing traffic and at the same time ranking.
For instance, you are in the music niche and a popular musician drops a new song.
Well, all the music bloggers will love to have it On their site for fans to download their favorite artist’s new release.
Imagine you where the first to write an article about it and publish it.
But your article didn’t get index on Google instantly, and then your competitor now posts later on and got instant index.
- Who do you think Google will rank higher? and
- Who do you think will drive more traffic to their blog before the keyword fade of?
Of course your competitors, and you don’t want that to happen.
So what do you do to tackle this problem?
Just do this.
- After publishing your new blog post copy the article live link and head over to the search console.
- Click on performance and paste your URL in the search bar, then click Request indexing.
Now, after you have a request for Google to index your site.
The battle is not yet over, you are one step away.
- Click on Test LIve URL.
This test lives yours gives your new blog post to be able to have an index version immediately after you publish your blog post.
After, you have the Test Live URL for your new blog post.
It is 100% automatically available and accessible via Google.
Meanwhile, it is not yet fully index, but for those that can write a fully optimized article.
They will be able to outrank their competitors, especially when the keyword is a longtail keyword.
Moreover, when Googlebot now fully index the site properly, they will still rank higher an gain more traffic.
These are the simple tricks that I use anytime I just publish a new blog post.
And I ensure I track 90% of all my blog post position in SERPs ( search engine result pages).
To justify what works and what needs improvement.
Blogging is a full-time job, and you have to keep finding to keep progressing.
The moment you relent, your blog also relent.
But If you are active steady, Google will have no choice but to fall in love with your blog.
Hey, stop asking HOW TO INDEX YOUR BLOG POSTS ON GOOGLE?
With this few tricks of mine, you can now be able to index your new blog posts on Google immediately after publishing Without having to wait for Google anymore to do Job.
You are now the Boss of your new article am and focused keyword.
Note; You have to repeat this process for every new blog post that you publish.
Tada, have a nice day and don’t forget to share