What can I do to make Google index the URL faster: The SEO community has long been debating methods to speed up the indexing of new URLs in Google. This time, Jim Boykin, CEO of Internet Marketing Ninjas, and Ann Smarty, IMN Analyst, have put together a list of actionable ways to make this happen.
The first thing to do is to check the indexing of the page in Google. You can do this through the URL Inspection tool in Search Console, in search using the site: operator, or in the SERP cache. If it turns out that the URL is not indexed, this does not mean at all that something is wrong with the site. Google constantly reminds that indexing is a long process, and the system takes quite a lot of time.
Further, experts suggest acting like this (you can use it in any combination or use all at once):
- Open the desired page in the Google Chrome browser.
- Link to this page on Twitter.
- Add a link to it on the main page of your site.
- Post a new blog post and add a URL leading to the page.
- Get a link to this page from another similar site.
- Open a section of the site that was well and quickly indexed by Google in the past, and place a new URL there.
- Upload this page to the URL Inspection tool in Search Console and request indexing.
- Run the URL through the Mobile-Friendly Test tool.
- Add a sitemap to Google Search Console if it hasn’t already been done.
According to Search Engines , John Mueller previously said that external links are the best way to encourage Google to index new content.