How Google Indexes Web Pages?
Google Indexing is the process where every web page is stored in an expansive database and Google tries to understand what the page is about after a page is discovered. Google peruses the content, systematize images and video files embedded on the page, and tries to understand the page.
Before indexing when most pages are crawled, at that time Google may index pages without access to their content (for example: when a robot blocked a page). How google index web pages are there in the following:
1.Deliver As Google: Google Search Console has a feature for Google to “Fetch” which allows you to input a URL. Googlebot will visit your page and index after submission.
2. Internal links used: Through HTML links search engines drag from page to page.
3. Low-quality pages blocked from Google’s index: For a high-quality website, the content is a fundament but the wrong content can be your decease. For too many low-quality pages the number of times Google crawls, indexes, and ranks your site decreased. Thus we want time to time “shape” our websites by removing the scrap pages.
4. The page included in your sitemap: Your sitemap guides to help search engines understand which pages are important on your site. If you have a page in your sitemap it does NOT guarantee indexation, but if there is a failure to include important pages, it will decrease indexation.WordPress running site is incredibly easy to set up and present a sitemap using a plugin (I like Yoast).
5. Share on Twitter: Twitter is a powerful network where Google crawls daily (they index Tweets, too).
6 “Ping” your website: Many sites are there to ping your websites. Sites like Ping-O-Matic sends “pings” to search engines where whether the blogs have been updated or not will notify.