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After creating a website and publishing blogs or your products on sites now you wait for your search engine to crawl your web pages and rank your pages so that search engine results page show your web page in the results. For any search engine to crawl your web page, your web page must satisfy some conditions to get featured on the search engine results page. Some of them are proper usage of keywords, correct meta tags specifying about the content, adequate utilisation of backlinks on your web pages etc., A search engine, for example, Google also indexes your website for crawling.
Google indexes only those websites which have proper usage of keywords, content related to the topic, and if not found so, it does not index those pages. The other factor that any search engine such as Google does focus on is the traffic on the website, and if you publish quality content on your website and the content is original and plagiarism free, then there are chances of your website to get indexed.
If Google takes time to index your website, you can ping Google using the online ping website tool and register your website so that Google indexes your pages. Before that, you need to improve the content of your website. And also focus on keywords used on your website so that you can get some traffic on your website which would automatically send a message to Google to index your site. Google anyhow works round the clock to index websites and if qualified, display them in the search engine results page. You can use original links on your web pages in spite of going for paid links as Google recognises the paid links and then your website might not get indexed, or there are fewer chances of getting indexed.
Google Index Checker is one of the essential SEO tools. Using it is a piece of cake. You need to search for it, go to the website and then enter the URL of the web page or the website and then click "CHECK". This gives the complete information about how many webpages of your website are indexed and how many are remaining. Now how is this helpful to you? It helps you to understand which web pages are yet to be indexed and the reason why they didn't get indexed. Now you can resolve these errors and then the next time Google indexes these pages, and there might be an increase in the traffic on your website. It might also increase the ranking of your pages and SEO of your website.
You can also make the indexing faster of your webpages by creating a sitemap of your website. You can create it by using any of the online XML Sitemap generators and then attach the site to Google Webmasters to get indexed quickly.
Getting your website indexed is an easy task, and it won't take long once you have everything to your side, i.e., once you have done everything right. But if you have managed to do anything wrong its time to improve it because if your website does not get indexed, you might lose your audience and then the ranking of your page might also decrease.