How to Index Your New Site On Google Really Quickly?

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October 16, 2019

The first thing you probably want to happen after launching a blog or website is getting it indexed by Google. If you don’t index your site on Google, you won’t get any traffic from it even if you create content.

Not indexing a site on Google is one of the biggest mistakes most new bloggers make.

If you are also one among them and want to index your site on Google really quickly, this tutorial is for you where you will discover few quick ways to index your new site on Google search results.

The very first thing you need to remember is: it’s free to index your new sites on Google. You don’t have to pay anything. I have started a lot of blogs on WordPress over the last couple of years and I know how easy it is to index a new site on Google.

So without much ado, let’s talk about the details.

4 Simple Steps to Index Your New Website on Google

index site on google

1. Submit your website’s URL to Google via Webmaster Account

If you want to show your website content on Google, you must submit your URL to Google. For that, you need to create a free account on webmaster tools using your Google account.

Step 1: Click here to create an account for free on Google webmaster tools.

Step 2: Once you’ve an account, log into it and you’ll see a search console page where you can add a new site by clicking on “Add a property”.

add A New Site: Google Webmaster Tools

Step 3: Verify your domain ownership by using the Recommended Method or Alternate Methods that are available:

Verify Website Ownership in Webmaster Account

Step 4: Once the above step is done, use Fetch As Google feature under Crawl to Submit your home and internal pages for Google Indexing.

Use Fatch as Google Under Crawl from Webmaster Account

Suppose first you want to index your website or blog home page on Google. How is how you can submit it for Google indexing:

Use Fetch as Google Bot Feature

As shown above keep the text box area blank & Click Fetch button.

Step 5: As last step, You need to Click Submit to index button as shown below to submit your home page for Google crawling & indexing:

Submit Home Page for Google Crawling & Indexing

That’s all you need to do from your end for your website home page indexing on Google. You can follow the same process to submit your website internal pages as well for Google Indexing as shown below:

Submitting Website Internal Pages for Google Crawling & Indexing

2. A XML Sitemap of Your Site is Essential

The next thing to do after submitting your new site to Google is to create a sitemap.

A sitemap is essentially an XML file that stores all the pages and links of your site and it helps Google crawlers to quickly crawl your whole website whenever you update or create something on your blog or site.

How to create a sitemap of your site then?

Here’s where WordPress users are lucky. There’s a plugin called XML sitemaps (free) which allows you to create a sitemap of your site really fast.

Once you’ve the XML Sitemap ready, go to your Search Console (from webmaster tools show in the above step), click on Sitemaps under Crawl section as shown below.

Use Sitemaps feature Under Crawl Section

Add the link for your XML Sitemap, Click Submit Button and you’re done.

Use Sitemaps Feature to Submit Your XML Sitemap File

Quick note: If you are not on WordPress, you can use this tool to create a sitemap of your site.

3. Submit Your Site to Blog Directories

One of the fastest ways to get your site indexed on Google search results is to submit your site to blog directories. Most blog directories usually allow you to submit your site’s content for free and they also give you traffic and links.

If you are wondering about the blog directories to submit your site, have a look at this post. It’s included 20 of the highest domain authority blog directory sites where you can submit your site for free.

Also make sure to create social media profiles for your newly launched website or blog.

Use sites like Pinterest, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn etc to create pages for your own sites and submit your new posts across those sites regularly. Although all the links from social media sites are nofollow but because of their domain authority (usually over 80+) they help you index your new site on Google really fast.

4. Create A Robots.txt File

robots.txt file helps search engine spiders to stop crawling certain pages of your websites. For instance, you don’t want to show few of your pages (privacy page or terms & conditions page) on search results. Then, you can use the robots.txt file to stop search crawlers to crawling it.

So how to create a robot.txt file?

Here’s a great tutorial on how to create and configure a robots.txt file for maximum SEO benefits.. And it’s a MUST while indexing your new site to stop showing unwanted pages of your sites on Google.

Why index your site on Google?

Indexing your website or blog on Google has the following benefits.

  • You can make others quickly find your new content
  • You can get more traffic
  • You can increase your sales (if your site content gets indexed on Google instantly) and a lot more

How much time does it usually take to get your site indexed on Google?

The short answer is: within 24 hours. Google has spiders that crawl the search information all over the web. The more contents you have on your website the more time it usually takes to get indexed on Google. That being said as soon as they find your site’s sitemap, they will start crawling and indexing your new site content on Google search results.

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Final thoughts on indexing your new site on Google fast

Search engine crawlers are really faster and smarter. But if you don’t have a sitemap of your sites it gets really difficult for the search crawlers to crawl your site.

The only way to get faster search rankings with your content is to making your site indexed on Google really fast. All the above 4 simple steps mentioned in this tutorial can help you index your new site on Google really quickly.

If you liked this article, make sure to share it with your friends so they can benefit. Have you indexed your site on Google? Do you have any questions? Feel free to share in the comments.

Anil Agarwal

Anil Agarwal who owns, is a full-time blogger and SEO expert who has been helping people build profitable websites for over a decade. Bloggers Passion has been featured on premium online sites like, Huffingtonpost, SEMrush, Problogger, Crazy Egg, The Next Web and so on.


  1. vikrant says:

    Thank you sir I was really confused about how to Index my new site on google and you have cleared my all the confusions. You show me the right and quick path .This article is a very helpful for me . Thank you very much .You saved my time. The way you described each and everything is really great.

  2. vivek joshi says:

    As Usual Anil Sir Great Post

  3. Puja says:

    Thanks for the info, I am pretty new to SEO and finding out lots of new information all the time, and its quite overwhelming.
    Should I just index one page of my blog or should I submit each new page of the blog for indexing?

  4. Abhilash PS says:

    An informative tutorial for Webmaster beginners. I think you included all needy details for indexing a new site quickly. Best way is to submit the sitemap rather than submitting each and every URL separate. Thank You

  5. Manoranjan Sahu says:

    Hello Anil,

    Thanks for sharing this info. This is the basic thing to do when the site is launched. After that good content helps and submission to social sites helps get site crawled by google.

  6. Android Lovers says:

    Another tip that works well is to put a NON SPAMMY link to your new site on an existing high traffic (and frequently Googlebot-visited) site.

    For instance simply doing a short blog post on one of the other sites you manage. Something like “Hey as you know I have been working on Well we launched it today and you can get the new whatever here: NEW WHATEVER (link).”

    To me this is secondary only to submitting a sitemap in webmaster tools.

    Here’s another pro tip – I wouldn’t even bother posting to Reddit or Delicious unless your content is epic and your title is catchy.

  7. Rohit Singh says:

    I think that faster indexing is most important if the site is regularly update than naturally it will be indexed fast but if it’s not regularly updated then fetch as google bot is really a great option.

  8. viraltard says:

    This is great information for someone who is new to blogging. It is great that you included images in the tutorial.

  9. Nirmala says:

    Hi Anil,

    Making the Google index our new site is an art and has to be done with care. I mostly follow all the tips that you have listed in this post but I’m making use of the blog directories to submit my blog. I’ll check the list and add my blog to few directories under relevant categories.

    I completely agree with your viewpoints that submitting our fresh blog to GA & GWT would help a lot and yes, it is essential to create a custom robots.txt file for better SEO.

    Thanks for crafting this amazing post for the newbies, keep your good work.

  10. Nisha Sharma says:

    Amazing tips, I m new in blogging and I have a new blog. So I want to my post index fastly. This post really helps me to solve my problem.

  11. Vishnu Sahasranamam says:

    Hi Anil,

    As usual, great info and tips. I am no tech pro, and I successfully managed to register our sitemap with Google, and it has helped. Keep on producing great content!

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