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Jul 31, 2022
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You have two options here. Option 1. Submit your sitemap in Google Search Console Log in to Google Search Console Go to the right property Click “Sitemaps” on the left menu Paste in your sitemap URL Click “Submit” This is arguably the best method because Google Search Console alerts you to sitemap errors in the future. It also provides insights into your site’s health, including why certain pages may not be indexed. Option 2. Submit your sitemap by pinging Google Google operates a “ping” service where you can request a fresh crawl of your sitemap. Just type this into your browser, replacing the end part with your sitemap URL: http://www.google.com/ping?sitemap=<complete_url_of_sitemap> For example, if your sitemap is located at yourwebsite.com/sitemap.xml, you’d navigate to: http://www.google.com/ping?sitemap=https://yourwebsite.com/sitemap.xml You should then see the “sitemap notification received” page. The workload like this whatsapp number list allows both the vendor and the affiliate to focus on. Clicks are the number of clicks coming to your website’s URL from organic search results. Google says you should only use this service with new or updated sitemaps. Don’t repeatedly submit or ping unchanged sitemaps multiple times. How to submit URLs to Google Generally speaking, there’s no need to submit each new page to Google. As long as the new URLs are in a sitemap that you already submitted to Google, they’ll be discovered eventually. However, there are two ways you can potentially speed up this process. Option 1. Ping Google Make sure the new pages are in your sitemap, then use the instructions in the previous section to ping Google and prompt them to re-check your sitemap. This isn’t totally necessary if you’re using WordPress with Yoast, Rank Math, or The SEO Framework because these plugins all ping Google automatically. Option 2. Use Google’s URL Inspection Tool It’s possible to add URLs to Google even if they’re not in your sitemap (although they should be) using the URL Inspection Tool in Google Search Console. Log in to Google Search Console Go to the right property Click “URL Inspection” on the left menu Paste in the URL of your new page Hit return Click “Request indexing”
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