How to Index the Changes Made to Your Site on Google in 1 Minute
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How to Index the Changes Made to Your Site on Google in 1 Minute


Before I start with the topic, let me know when is the last time you have made the changes to your website? a week? a month? six months? or an year? If you answer is a week or a month your site should be under ranked since last time. Because Google considers showing websites or blogs that are Not Under Construction in search results. If you keep on doing changes to your website or blog so frequently, Google considers it under construction and would be pushed down in rankings. No backlinks acquisition is even helpful in such a case.

 

Making changes to your site is necessary but not so frequently. You should not change your site’s layout, or internal code more than once in a quarter year as Google updates page ranks for every 3 months. If you want to make major changes to the blog/website and wanted a fresh version to be indexed on Google, don’t mind the page rank till next 3 months.

 

If you made a little modification to your site like adding new title, description or design, you should worry about quick indexing. Google spiders crawl the web so often based on the site ranking. Sites with high PR will be index more quickly than the sites with low PR. Quickly doesn’t mean in seconds. It does take an hour or two at least to crawl the changes from a high PR site.

 

So how can I make Google index quickly in 1 minute?

The well known way to notify Google about the change is pinging. Pinging invites search engine bots to re-crawl the website once again in the interval. People generally use online free pinging tools to update their site’s index status. But there are a bunch of tools at our nose end yet we can’t smell. They ping quickly and help to crawl the site faster than any other tool. They are Google Webmaster tools.

  1. Log in to your Webmaster tools account and click on the website you made changes to.
  2. Now click on ‘Crawl’ to expand from the site’s dashboard.
  3. Click on ‘Fetch as Google’ from the expanded options.
  4. Do not enter any extension to the URL in the field and click ‘Fetch’. (As we are expecting the whole site to be indexed, we should fetch the homepage itself. If the changes are to be deflected to a individual page, the extension field must be filled with respective page URL.)
  5. fetch as google

You can see the status of the fetched URL in the below pane. Click on ‘Submit’ button to submit the URL to Google. Choose if you just wanted to the site to be refreshed alone in Google index base or along with the entire pages linked to it.

 

indexing linked pages


It shows success when done! Check you site on Google by typing ‘site:yoursite.com’. Amazed? share your experience in comments below.




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