How To Submit Content To Google
Properly Submitting your website to the search engines is a critical part of any successful Internet footprint. Each has their own particular procedure. Each procedure to submit your website is demystified below.
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Submit Your Website to GOOGLE
The first step is to set up a FREE Google account. Once the account is ready, point your web browser to Google webmaster central and click (Sign in to Webmaster Tools). Follow the instructions to verify your website (file upload or meta tag). Verification gives you access to a wide range of helpful information about your website like; Pages with external links, Top search queries, What Googlebot sees, and Web crawl. Set your preferences under Settings and choose; target users in the US or worldwide, display your domain with the www, and include your website images in Google Image Labeler.
Once your preferences are set it is time to upload your sitemap. Your sitemap.xml should contain a weighted and formatted list of every page. After the sitemap is compiled and uploaded, return to Google and enter the path to it. If the sitemap upload location is the root of your website, then this will be yourdomain (www.example.com/sitemap.xml) , or yourdomain (www.example.com/sitemap_index.xml) (if located elsewhere, enter that). Be sure the check the status of your sitemap and correct any errors. Updating is done via the Resubmit Sitemap feature on the Webmaster Tools sitemap page.
There is one additional file to create and upload so that we are prepared for when the search bots visit your website. Point your web browser to Generating a robots.txt file or Manually creating a robots.txt file and follow the instructions. The purpose of the robots.txt file is to tell the search bots what portions of your website “Allow” or “Disallow” the indexing of content. Google is now aware of your content.