3 Easy Steps to Submit Your Site to Google and Get Indexed For SEO

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Want to rank high on Google? Well, the first step is getting indexed. Without that, you won’t even be found.
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Step #1: Sign up for Google Search Console – this allows you to see your website like how Google see’s your website (at least to some extent).

This allows you to see if Google has any issues which may cause your site to not be indexed.

Step #2: Create a sitemap – using the Yoast SEO plugin you can create a sitemap. If you don’t have a WordPress blog you may have to do this manually, but this one file is what search engines use to quickly index your whole site.

Step #3: Submit your sitemap – take that XML sitemap and submit it to Google Search Console.

Every time you update your website, Google will update their index on their end as they pull from your sitemap.

It’s that simple… follow those 3 steps and you will be indexed in Google.

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38 thoughts on “3 Easy Steps to Submit Your Site to Google and Get Indexed For SEO”

  1. Hi Neil! I would like to know if deleting a section/ sections in a blog post that has already been indexed is a major problem? I am trying to delete those sections only to make my content better and relevant to the search queries from the users and then submit for reindexing. Please do let me know what impact would it create when I delete and submit for reindexing. Many thanks in advance!

  2. Hi i love your videos ๐Ÿ’– im slowly improving i learned what is backlinks, how to submit sitemap, pick right keywords thats because of you man thank you ๐Ÿ™‚ … Can i ask? What are the requirements before i apply my blog to adsense? Aside from create pages like about us privacy policy and more… How many words is the minimum for my blog post?

  3. Hi Neil, I have one issue with my website SEO. I did on site optimisation for my website. My keyword is "Logo Design". I also submitted my website sitemap to Google and Bing 2 weeks ago but my website is not showing in serp. It shows when i type my website url. What should i do?

  4. Hey Neil, Does AMP Pages are required a Separate Sitemap to be submitted? Because, when I was checking Google Search Console the URL showed "Indexed, not submitted in sitemap" for AMP version of the Site. What should I do? Please Guide me

  5. Hi Neil, Great video; We always wanted people to find our website or blog. The explained how to re-crawl the webpages on google in a detailed manner. Inspite waiting the googlebots to crawl the website, we can submit it manually attract the Googlebot to your site by using all the amazing tips that you mentioned. Thank you for Sharing such a nice and informative video.

  6. Neil I am using blogger.. And I am a beginner I want to ask that I used a privacy.policy generator to create my site privacy policy is it safe?? I am talking about google adsense aproval and i am afraid of getting penalized

  7. Hi Neil, I follow your channel

    "Your homepage cannot be indexed by search engines. This is very bad for SEO and should be fixed"

    I am getting the error on my website. how to fix it?

  8. Hi Sir, how to make a web 2.0 link to index?. do you have any technique rather than creating google webmaster, wordpress yoast or sitemap. I am looking forward for you answer. Thanks for you suggestion. You are doing great job

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