Perform a fetch (or fetch and render) request for a URL using Fetch as Google.Click “Request indexing” next to the fetch in the fetch history table.Select whether to crawl only that single URL, or that URL plus its direct links.Click “Submit” to queue your request.Google allows site owners to submit up to 10 individual URLs per day. … [Read more...] about Google Removes Public URL Submission Tool
Google public url removal tool
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Use Fetch as Google to perform a fetch request for a URL. Click “Request Indexing” in the fetch history table. Choose whether to crawl the URL or the URL plus its direct links. Click “Submit” to initiate the request. It is important to remember that are allowed to submit up to 10 individual URLs per day. And it may take several days for a request to be successfully processed. … [Read more...] about Google has removed the public version of its URL submission tool
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On the other hand, consider the long end. You make a change just after Google has crawled your page. It’s a major change, involving over half of the content of the page, including back end code. Google doesn’t find it right away, and when it does, it notes the changes but makes a note to crawl again later to make sure it wasn’t just a read error on the part of the bot. After a few days have passed, the Google bot crawls again, notes that the changes are still there, and verifies them in Google’s processes. The total time from making the change to it being reflected in the index could stretch as long as four or more weeks. … [Read more...] about How Long Does It Take for Google to Reindex a Site?