May
01

How to get a page crawled by Google

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SEO: Google Page Crawling

Search Engine Optimization, now has changes a lot than the traditional SEO process. In present scenario majority of websites that are indexed by Google are not submitted manually, they are automatically added when crawler crawls a web page. Search engines uses software or we can say a program called as crawler or spider to crawl a web page and add the pages into their index.

If you have added a page on website, or have changed the content of an existing page and want that page to get crawled by search engine then you may ask search engine to crawl the page following below process:

  1. Open the website for which you want the page crawl request from Google webmaster tool home page.
  2. On the Dashboard, click on Diagnostics, then click Fetch as Googlebot (Google Crawler).
  3. Type the name of the request page in the text box.
  4. In the dropdown list, select Web. (You can select another type of page, but currently we only accept submissions for our Web Search index.)

 

5. Click Fetch. Google will fetch the URL you requested. It may take up to 10 or 15 minutes for Fetch status to be updated.

6. Once you see a Fetch status of “Successful”, click Submit to Index, and then click one of the following:

  •     To submit the individual URL to Google’s index, select URL and click Submit. You can submit up to 50 URLs a week in this way.
  •     To submit the URL and all pages linked from it, click URL and all linked pages. You can submit up to 10 of these requests a month.

 

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