If you really want your website to show up in the search engine results, you have to get it indexed. Since this is something that you will not want just once but regularly, you will need to learn how to index your website and maintain it as well.

Search engines, for instance, Google does not update its search results automatically. The search engine relies on spiders, they are little bits of computer code that Google search engine sends to carefully “crawl” the web. For your site to get indexed, you want an efficient and frequent crawl rate.

The job of Google’s spider is to keep looking for new stuff on the World Wide Web and update an already indexed version of your website. It could be a new page or additional content on an existing page, or an entirely new blog or website.

As soon as the spider finds a new website or page, the next task is to figure out what the new website or webpage is all about. Earlier use of relevant keywords could get your site ranked and indexed quickly but not anymore. Keyword and Meta tag stuffing can now get you penalized. If website owners are not careful they can also get their site kicked out of the Google index altogether, - this poses a huge risk and makes it even more difficult to rank your website through keywords.

With time, Google has become more concerned with the overall experience of the user on your website, as well as, their intention behind the search. Keywords still matter but there are also other factors that are also important for Google for indexing a website and they are about 200 of them. They include factors like quality inbound links; social signals, valid code on all webpages and much more.

But none of these factors will matter if the Google spider cannot tell the search engines why your webpages are there in the first place, which means those webpages will not show up in search results.

This is the reason why indexing is so important.

In simple words, indexing refers to the spider’s way of monitoring, gathering and processing all the data from weblages and websites during its regular crawls around the web.

Frequent indexing of your website will also improve your search results.

The spider during its regular crawls will notice new documents, as well as, changes on your website or webpages.The spider then adds them to the searchable index that Google maintains. But it must be remembered that these pages are only added to the search results when they contain quality content and not just there to trigger any alarms by keyword stuffing.

Whenever you make a change on your website, the spider will see the change and will process both the content (text) on the webpage as well as the locations of each page. It also carefully analyzes the title tags, Meta tags, and alt attributes on images.

If you need any more information on how to get your website indexed by search engine, stay tuned for more.

at 02/09/2017, 06:18am

Updated: at 02/09/2017, 06:19am

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