How to Crawl and Submit to Index Blog Posts – A Guide Of 2018
Writing a post is a very hard work regarding your blog’s contents. If a search engine doesn’t crawl your posts and index them, all your hard work will go in vain. So it is very important to crawl and submit to index blog posts to a search console. Otherwise, your SEO posts won’t be shown in the search results. In this post, I will show you how to crawl and submit to index blog posts on Google Search Console.
When Google or any other search engine visits your website/blog for tracking purposes, it is crawling. Google search console aka Webmaster tool does that for you.
After crawling Google will put your post on google search, that’s indexing.
Now you know what crawling is, Let’s go through the steps. If you haven’t added your website to Google search console read: Add Website To Search Console.
How to Crawl and Submit to Index Blog Posts
Click on your added website from search console home.
Now, click on Fetch as Google, and you’ll get the option to add a Link to your blog post.
Now add your link into the box. For example, http://www.bloggertracks.com/add-your-website-google-search-console/ is a link of my blog post. If I want to google search console to crawl to it, I’ll simply write add-your-website-google-search-console/ in the box and click on FETCH. If you want Google to render your post for you, click on FETCH AND RENDER.
Click on Submit to Index. A pop-up box will appear where you’ll have to choose some criteria.
Click on I’m not a robot and select your crawling type. If your post has direct links that you want to crawl select the 2nd option but it’s limited to 10 posts a month. So I prefer selecting the 1st one. It won’t hamper your search ranks. Now click go and you’re done with crawling and submitting your blog post.
I hope this post will help you to crawl and submit to index blog posts on Google Search Engine. If you have any further questions or if you want to know more simply comment or send an email directly. We will reply as soon as possible.