Get Google to Index your page faster
€3 – €2.000
This product and information are intended for websites that are already indexable. The reason is that if this page you want to index fast is on a fresh new website, the website itself might not be indexable, and we might not be able to help you out without doing some other services first.
If you just published your new page or post, you will notice that you will not find it in google, as google bots must index it first. In this article, you can learn more about how indexing works and how much time it might take your new post to be indexed by default: How long does it take to start seeing SEO results?
How Do I Check If Google Has Indexed My Site?
Firstly let’s make sure that part of your website was indexed first. As I said before, we want to make sure your website is indexable first to use this service of a fast index. You are looking to see a minimum of 4 to 10 pages indexed, which will ensure that your website is crawlable at the very least.
Basically, even if you have problems with your website, a few pages will still be indexed, pages like your main URL page and contact page. So we are not looking for them, so make sure you have other pages indexed as well before you request this index fast service.
Checking your website indexability, you can do it following the steps:
1. How to check on google if your website is indexed:
- Go to Google’s search engine.
- In the Google search bar, type in “site:example.com.”
- When you look under the search bar, right before the pages listings, you’ll see an estimate of how many of your pages Google has indexed.
- If zero results show up, the website is not indexed.
- If you have results and it’s more than 10, you can proceed and add this product to the cart.
2. How to check on Google Search Console if your website is indexed:
- Log into your Google Search Console.
- Click on “Index.”
- Click on “Coverage.”
- You’ll see the number of valid pages indexed.
- If the number of valid pages is zero, Google has not indexed your website.
3. How to check if a specific page was indexed
You can start with Step 1, but instead of typing “site:example.com” you can type “site:example.com/my-specific-page” and see if you have any results.
You can also follow Step 2 with the Search Console to check whether specific pages are indexed. Just paste the URL into the URL Inspection Tool. If the page is indexed, you’ll receive the message “URL is on Google.”
How can you do this service by yourself
You do not need to buy this service; you can do it yourself! You can follow the process if you have just a few links and the required time.
However, I do offer this service because if you have a lot of links to index fast, you might not have the time for it, as it takes about 2-3 minutes per link, and you also have to get back in 24 hours to make sure it was indexed and in some cases takes 48hours, so multiple checks are needed. When we find it indexed, we mark it in excel that will be available for you in real-time to follow and see the index progress.
All you have to do is to log into Search Console. Just paste the URL into the URL Inspection Tool. If the page is not indexed already, you’ll receive the message “URL is not on Google,” and in the popup, you will see a button called “REQUEST INDEXING.”
After you press that button, a new popup will appear, saying, “Testing if live URL can be indexed.” Then you have to wait a minute or two until you get a response popup with its title called “Indexing requested.”
Now the URL was added to a priority crawl queue. Submitting a page multiple times will not change its queue position or priority. Learn more.
After a few hours, you can start checking using Steps 1-2. If you don’t see it index just yet, no worries, you were added in the priority queue, and you have to wait up to 48 hours until your turn comes to be indexed.