Google has announced another way to help website owners request to crawl web pages. Only a “Fetch as Googlebot” feature in Webmaster Tools is available. But now, site owners can submit new or updated URLs for indexing. This process is simple and does not require the user to start from scratch. After fetching the URL, if the fetch succeeds, you’ll see the option to send the URL to Google’s index.
Regular URLs are indexed within a day. This does not mean that all submitted URLs will be indexed. When a page is crawled, Google will evaluate whether the URL is in the index. As with any kind of discovery, such as XML sitemaps, internal and external links, RSS feeds, etc. Google takes steps to determine whether pages are indexed. You can also use a free backlinks submitter for backlink submission.
This is a great function to use if you recently launched a new site, added a new page to your site, or updated sensitive or sensitive content on existing pages. You will no longer need to wait for Google to discover this type of page. Please note that you will limit your submission of URLs up to 50 times per week. And delivery is limited to 10 times a month when submitting a URL with links on that page to other pages.
In addition to this update, Google has updated the “Add your URL to Google” form publicly. This is now called a “crawl URL pattern,” and does not need to be verified by the owner, but is still limited to submitting a URL 50 times a week.
SEO professionals who use this tool to send backlinks and indexes faster will face the heat while they are present, with no choice other than waiting for their links to be collected. Incorporate data by Google
URL submission is possible even for users who do not need to sign in. Google may detect webmasters using this service to add a large number of URLs for indexing, which may cause them to stop working.
“We have to release the public transit feature. However, we still welcome your submissions using the regular tools in Search Console and directly through the sitemap. “Google announced through its official Twitter account.
We need to place a public transit feature. However, we’re happy to receive your submission using the regular tools in Search Console and directly through the sitemap.
The Submit URL option was added to Google Search in 2008 and was subsequently added to the classic webmaster account in 2012. There was a slight change in design. Since then, this feature is part of Google Webmasters and later Search Console.
Bringing the submit URL feature out of Google Search Console is valid worldwide. This page now displays the message “To submit a URL to Google’s index, submit a sitemap, or use our new URL verification tool.”