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
“Why say goodbye? Well, the URLs received are by far too low quality to be trustable, and webmasters preferring having more ownership of the URLs for their site.” … [Read more...] about Bing is Removing its Public URL Submission Tool
One big limitation One big limitation in submitting URLs via the Google Search Console is that webmasters will only be able to submit URLs for websites that they have verified ownership of. In other words, they won’t be able to submit URLs for websites that they don’t personally own (and have verified their ownership of). … [Read more...] about Google has removed the public version of its URL submission tool
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• If you removed the entire page – rather than use NOINDEX and NOFOLLOW to effectively remove it without deleting the content – it can take longer for Google to verify that the page is intentionally gone and not accidentally missing. This problem is exacerbated if you still have live internal links pointing to the content as though it still exists.You removed the page from the index entirely using the Google URL Removal tool. This tool is not to be used lightly; it is more of a scorched earth tool. It’s used mostly for removing pages you want no association with, such as pages that were created when your site was hacked. It’s also used to quickly remove confidential information from the index. It should never be used on a page you intend to put back up.Bad or broken code can cause errors with the Google bot, leading to its inability to parse your site. If it can’t read your pages, it won’t index them. Be careful to test each page when you make … [Read more...] about How Long Does It Take for Google to Reindex a Site?