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How To Index Blog Post In Google Immediately After Publishing

(Last Updated On: June 23, 2017)

You don’t have to wait for Google bots to index blog post for you. Do you know you can crawl your blog post by yourself immediately after publishing and Google will index it immediately?

If you are waiting for Google – it may take days, weeks, or even months, before they will crawl and index each of your blog post. There is also tendency of them not to index some of your post at all – even after years.

After you have crawled your blog post, Google will index it and it will start displaying on Google search immediately. This is the best SEO you can perform for each of your online content.

This is very important for news and entertainment bloggers, their contents needs to be crawled and indexed immediately after publishing it – then when people are still searching for that very information. If they wait for Google the index it then their competitors will be ahead of them. Maybe after Google will index it – it will then be an old news which no one will be searching for.

I just dropped a post 5 minutes ago on this blog, the post URL is – I searched for the post on Google search immediately – opening and closing the URL with double quotation mark – and got a result saying ” No result found“.

See image below:

Google console

Now the big question is how do i make this appear on Google search immediately?

On this article we will learn how to index our blog post in Google Search immediately after publishing it with Google webmaster (Google Console) tool called “Fetch as Google

How To Index Blog Post Immediately After Publishing

1. You must have verified your Blog, Forum or whatever kind of website you manage on Google webmaster.
If you have not verified your site click How to verify your blog on Google Webmaster – to first verify your site.

2. Visit Google Webmaster Tool and login with you Google credential (the same you used to verify your site)

3. Click on “Search Console

Google console

4. On the next page select your website which you want to index its page

Google console

5. The next page will look like image below

Google console

6. On your left click on “Crawl” and select “Fetch as Google

Google console

7. Enter the Post URL extension you want to index, select either “Desktop” or “Mobile” and click “FETCH” or “FETCH AND RENDER“. Mine is”how-to-install-wordpress-plugins-3-methods-explained/

See image below:

Google console

8. After fetching your URL click on “Request indexing

See image below:

Google console

9. After which you will get a pop-up. Choose either to “Crawl only this URL” or “Crawl this URL and its direct links” and click on “Go

For “Crawl only this URL” you have a maximum of 50 per month, and for “Crawl this URL and its direct links” you have a maximum of 10 per month. This means that you can actually index 60 of your blog post by yourself every month.

10. In the next page which is the final page – ensure that your status is shown as “Complete” if you picked the FETCH option for your URL – or “Partial” if you choosed FETCH AND RENDER option.

See image below:

Google console

If successful then Congratulation you have indexed your post on Google Search.

Now let’s double quotation mark open and close our post URL as we search for it on Google search.

Wow! It worked, Google saw it.

See image below

Google search

Hope you can see the post time on the image above, its 27 mins ago, that what is took me to get the snapshots for this post. If you are fast enough you can hit it in less than 2 mins.

Hope this post was helpful? I tried to explain it step by step with images, to make it easy for newbies to accomplish.

If you encounter any issue crawling your post please state it in the comment box, and you will receive a solution immediately.



Ikeji Alvan

Ikeji Ebuka is a web developer with good knowledge of PHP, MySQL, HTML and CSS. Also a WordPress expert, who can customize all kinds of web applications with the platform, excellent in using the Magento and SMF framework, and have full passion for technology.

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