I cordially invite you to analyse together the basic terms in the field of SEO, i.e. search engine optimization.
- Index – Google stores all web pages that it knows about in its index. The index entry for each page describes the content and location (URL) of that page. To index is when Google fetches a page, reads it, and adds it to the index: Google indexed several pages on my site today.
- Crawl – The process of looking for new or updated web pages. Google discovers URLs by following links, by reading sitemaps, and by many other means. Google crawls the web, looking for new pages, then indexes them (when appropriate).
- Crawler – Automated software that crawls (fetches) pages from the web and indexes them.
- Googlebot – The generic name of Google’s crawler. Googlebot crawls the web constantly.
- SEO – Search engine optimization: the process of making your site better for search engines. Also the job title of a person who does this for a living: We just hired a new SEO to improve our presence on the web.
Start by determining whether your site is in the Google index, to do this, search for the home URL of your site in Google.
If you see any results, it can only mean one thing, namely that you are in the index. For example, searching for “site: wikipedia.org” will show this result: [these results] (https://www.google.com/search?q=site:wikipedia.org) 2.
It may also be so, but it happens extremely rarely that your site is not on Google, it has been omitted although it indexes billions of pages, it is inevitable that some pages are not in these rankings of the most popular Google search engine.
What are they skipping her for? let’s think about it because it is a very important question .. It usually happens for the following reasons:
- The site is not well connected to other sites on the network
- You just launched a new site and Google didn’t have time to crawl it
- Website design makes it difficult for Google to successfully index content
- Google received an error while trying to crawl your site
- Your policies are blocking Google from crawling your site
How do they appear in Google indexes?
Appearing in Google indexes is very easy, you don’t even have to submit your site to Google. The search engine is fully automated and it uses indexing robots to constantly browse the web, as I wrote in an earlier article https://diframe.pl/?p=22023.
These are special programs that automatically search the web and which, after finding any site, add it to the Google index. For this reason, the vast majority of sites that appear in Google indexes are not manually included in the indexes.
Find out how Google discovers, indexes and maintains websites. (Https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/70897)
Google offers its help to webmasters https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/35769 to build Google-Friendly, their search engine friendly site. following these tips should help you rank your site in their search results.
Google Search Console provides tools to help you send your content to Google and monitor your search engine activity.
If you like, Search Console can even send alerts about critical issues that Google faces on your site. Sign up for Google Search Console https://search.google.com/search-console.
Before you start sailing into the deeper waters of SEO, ask yourself these first few questions:
- Does my site appear on Google?
- Do I provide high quality content to users?
- Does my local business appear on Google?
- Is my content fast and easily available on all devices?
- Is my site secure?Additional information about the beginnings of the positioning adventure can be found at http://g.co/webmasters6
Does your company need an SEO expert? *
Make a decision to invest in Seo expert, which can potentially improve your website and save time.
SEO agencies and other consultants provide useful services for website owners, including:
- Overview of the content or structure of the site
- Content development
- Online business development campaign management
- keyword research
- SEO training
- Specialization in specific markets and geographical areas
We recommend in particular reading our articles and also reviewing these resources:
- [Google 101: How Google indexes, indexes and supports the network] (https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/70897)
- [Google Webmaster Guidelines] (https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/35769) 9
- [How to hire SEO] (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=piSvFxV_M04)