Index a site or page on Google with Google Search Console

When you create a new website, or when you create content within it or you simply want to be sure that a specific page is present in the Google database, it is necessary to index the entire site or the specific page.

The means to do this is "Google Search Console", a useful Google tool to allow us to index our site or our contents.

The procedure is as follows:

1) Type "Google Search Console" in the Google search bar and access the relevant page

2) enter either the domain of your site or the URL of the page of interest to start indexing. In this step you will be asked to verify the ownership of the site you intend to index. The verification will take place by inserting some code strings into your site. Don't be alarmed because it's nothing complicated and the Google Search Console itself will explain how to do it step by step, obviously depending on the type of site you will have to check the steps to follow (you may have created your site with jimdo, wordpress or another way). 

It is very important to know that it is essential to log in with the reference email address of your site, since once ownership has been verified, that email address will be identified as the contact person for that domain.

Once the property has been verified, a screen will appear inviting us to go to the property.

3) Once inside we will have all the various functions available, all very useful and interesting, of Google Search Console. Those of interest to us, depending on your needs, are: 

URL check


URL check is used to verify the indexing of the single page, while sitemap is used to verify the indexing of our entire site. 

In both cases you need to enter the reference URL and Google will check if it is already present. If it is not already present, Google itself will ask us if we want it to request indexing.

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