Is Google Indexing My Website
How do I know if my website is being indexed by Google?
If your website is not in the Google “index”, people will have a hard time finding your website. Google provides a simple way to find out quickly. To determine whether your site is currently included in Google’s index. All you have to do is do a site search for your website’s URL like this:
Open Google.com, in the search box you type “site: https://mysite.com” and hit ENTER (of course replacing “mysite.com” with your actual site full URL). If your site is indexed it will return a list of the pages on your site. If it is not, then no results will be returned and you have some SEO work to do. Stop and submit your website to the Google index. You will need to login with your Google account to get to this utility. If you do not have a Google account, it is worth creating one just for this tool.
To Have your site Indexed use Google’s ADD URL utility here. (Google login required)
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About Google’s regular crawling of the web
Google’s spiders regularly crawl the web to rebuild our index. Crawls are based on many factors such as PageRank, links to a page, and crawling constraints such as the number of parameters in a URL. Any number of factors can affect the crawl frequency of individual sites. Google is really honing down to find sites with high quality content and learning how to avoid ‘fake’ sites, redirects etc.
Google’s crawl process is algorithmic; computer programs determine which sites to crawl, how often, and how many pages to fetch from each site.