Tag: Google Indexing API
Google Indexing API is a free resource or method provided by Google to its users. It allows users or website owners to immediately notify Google about the addition, update, or deletion of any page. This allows Google to schedule pages for a fresh crawl or instant indexing, which can lead to higher quality user traffic. According to Google, this method can only be used to crawl pages with either JobPosting or BroadcastEvent embedded in a VideoObject. But it’s working 100% perfectly with other types of websites also.
In order to use Google Indexing API for your website, you need to have some programming background. Sacred? Don’t worry I have a solution for you. In this article, I will demonstrate how to use the Google Indexing API in Blogger or WordPress or in any website for instant indexing for free without writing a single line of code.
WordPress allows the users to use various plugins to increase the functionality and user experience but on the other hand, Blogger does not support these kinds of features and you can only use what Google has offered. For example, RankMath provides a plugin Instant Indexing for WordPress users.
We will see the complete step-by-step process on how we can use Google Colab to use Google Indexing API and can notify Google of any changes in our web pages for instant crawling.
- Get the API access key
- Add Service Account ID as an Owner in Google Search Console
- Use Google Colab and send the crawl requests for Instant Indexing