How to get my website (fast) indexed after change from noindex to index?

by june.crooks , in category: SEO , 4 months ago

How to get my website (fast) indexed after change from noindex to index?

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by naomi_cronin , 4 months ago

@june.crooks 

If you have recently changed your website from noindex to index in order to make it visible to search engines, you can follow these steps to encourage a faster indexing process:

  1. Verify website ownership: Make sure you have verified ownership of your website with Google Search Console (formerly known as Webmaster Tools) or any other relevant search engine webmaster tools.
  2. Generate a sitemap: Create or update your website's XML sitemap. Include all the URLs you want search engines to crawl and index. This helps search engines discover new and updated pages quickly.
  3. Submit your sitemap: Log in to Google Search Console and submit your sitemap. This will notify Google about your updated website structure and content.
  4. Fetch and Render: In Google Search Console, use the "Fetch as Google" feature to submit your website's updated URLs for indexing. This allows Google to crawl and index the pages. After the fetch process, click on "Request Indexing" to expedite the indexing process.
  5. Update internal links: Make sure you have updated all internal links on your website to reflect the change from noindex to index. This will ensure search engine spiders can navigate and index your pages properly.
  6. Build external links: Promote your website and its new indexable status by building external backlinks. This will encourage search engine bots to crawl and index your pages faster.
  7. Update content regularly: Keep adding new, unique, and relevant content to your website. Fresh content signals to search engines that your site is active and encourages them to crawl and index your website more frequently.
  8. Use social media: Share your website's URLs and content on social media platforms to increase visibility and attract traffic. Social media signals can indirectly influence search engine crawling and indexing.
  9. Be patient: After making the necessary changes and optimizations, it's important to be patient as search engines take their time to index websites. It can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks for search engines to fully crawl and index your website.


Remember that search engines have their own algorithms and systems, so while these steps can help speed up the indexing process, it's still subject to their own process and timeline.