Now Google Allows You to Submit URL to Index its Search Results

Search Engine Giant Google Now Allows you to Submit URLs to Indexing to its Search Results. Thus, it is always taking its most-used solutions and integrating them directly into the core search engine experience. Following along the same lines, it is now adding the capability to submit website URLs for indexing directly into Google’s search results page.

First spotted by Search Engine Land, the Mountain View-based tech giant has enhanced the search experience for when your query is exactly this — ‘submit URL to Google’ or something along the same lines such as ‘URL submission Google.’ This displays the dedicated URL submission box, obviously with the reCAPTHCA box, right within the search results.

Submit Your URL Directly

There is currently no official word on the same from Google, so we’re not completely sure for how long the feature has been available in the search results. Its appearance in the search results has been discovered just recently. The process is traditional and is known to SEO (search engine optimisation) experts/newbies.

You just have to copy and paste the link you want Google to index in the text box and then press the Submit button after proving your humanity by checking the ‘I’m not a robot’ box. But, as you must already be aware that the submission of a link doesn’t mean that Big G will surely index your page or shown in page rankings. All submissions are reviewed before inclusion in the search engine’s index.

This feature is steadily being rolled out globally, so it may or not be available for you right this instant. But, the URL submission form will definitely make its way to your Google search results in the coming weeks. This further simplifies the process of submitting pages to the search engine for indexing — which can usually take from four days to four weeks. We contacted Google for more information and will update you once we hear back.

As for those unaware of indexing, it is simply the process of adding web pages to Google’s massive storage space for displaying search results. This is usually done automatically by web crawlers, which are programs which sift through your website’s code to read “meta” tags and index the same. WordPress pages and links are added to the index automatically.



Latest On Page SEO Checklist for 2017

The Updated and advanced On Page SEO Checklist in 2017 Will help and boost your website presence,visibility,ranking,and conversion on major search engines such as Google,Bing..etc On page SEO is the one of the major focus in Search Engine optimization and also it is very key concepts of to optimize the websites as best one for major search engines.

Latest On Page SEO Checklist for 2017

No.of On Page SEO Checklist Points For 2017

1 Use the SSL – HTTPS Instead of HTTP
2 Title Tags, Meta Description, Meta Keywords
3 Check Site is Stored in Cache?
4 keyword density & Keyword in Body
5 Check all Images are Optimized?
6 Competitors Site Search & backlinks
7 Check keywords are used in – URL’s of inner pages
8 Check URL Structure / URL re-writing
9 Give Internal Links/Anchor Text to the keywords
10 Page Load Speed Under 2 Seconds
11 Check 301 redirection
12 Validate HTML and CSS
13 Check 302 redirection
14 Check 404 redirection
15 Create Google analytics account
16 Generate Google analytics Tracking code
17 Create Google webmaster account
18 Verify your website to Google & Bing webmasters
19 Generate Robots.txt & upload on Site
20 Submit Robots.txt to webmasters
21 Create & Upload the XML & HTML Sitemap on Server / on site
22 For WordPress – Use Yoast / All in SEO Plugin
23 Check it on different browser or Browser compatibility
24 Proper Use of H Tags Including H1
25 Create Social Networking pages & Profiles
26 Check W3C Validity
27 underscores in the url
28 Check Mobile rendering
29 meta viewport tags are present?
30 Check Site is Responsive or Not?
31 Is Your Website User Friendly?
32 watch the User Reviews / Blog Comments
33 Use Limited Reciprocal Links
34 Use Videos Whenever Possible
35 Build the Backlinks from High Quality .edu and .gov Sites
36 No Duplicate Content is allowed
37 Links from Google News Articles
38 Check Domain Age of website
39 Paramalinks/ Internal links working properly?
40 User Generated – Spammy Content on site?
41 Use the Updated Content on Site.
42 Use Favicon icon
43 Use – Structured data
44 og tags for linkedin
45 og tags for google+
46 og tags for twitter
47 og tags for
48 google maps account
49 geo position
50 geo.placename
51 geo.region
52 Copyright
53 Author
54 Language
55 rss feeds
56 Check IP Canonicalization
58 404 page presence

To use this latest 2017’s on page SEO Checklist and make your business website visible and get ranked well as soon as possible.

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Fun with robots.txt

One of the most boring topics in technical SEO is robots.txt. Rarely is there an interesting problem needing to be solved in the file, and most errors come from not understanding the directives or from typos. The general purpose of a robots.txt file is simply to suggest to crawlers where they can and cannot go.


Basic parts of the robots.txt file

  • User-agent — specifies which robot.
  • Disallow — suggests the robots not crawl this area.
  • Allow — allows robots to crawl this area.
  • Crawl-delay — tells robots to wait a certain number of seconds before continuing the crawl.
  • Sitemap — specifies the sitemap location.
  • Noindex — tells Google to remove pages from the index.
  • # — comments out a line so it will not be read.
  • * — match any text.
  • $ — the URL must end here.

Other things you should know about robots.txt

  • Robots.txt must be in the main folder, i.e.,
  • Each subdomain needs its own robots.txt — is not the same as
  • Crawlers can ignore robots.txt.
  • URLs and the robots.txt file are case-sensitive.
  • Disallow simply suggests crawlers not go to a location. Many people use this to try to de-index pages, but it won’t work. If someone links to a page externally, it will still be shown in the SERPs.
  • Crawl-delay is not honored by Google, but you can manage crawl settings in Google Search Console.
  • Allow CSS and JS, according to Google’s Gary Illyes:

User-Agent: Googlebot
Allow: .js
Allow: .css

  • Validate your robots.txt file in Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools.
  • Noindex will work, according to Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting, but Google Webmaster Trends Analyst John Mueller recommends against using it. It’s better to noindex via meta robots or x-robots.
  • Don’t block crawling to avoid duplicate content. Read more about how Google consolidates signals around duplicate content.
  • Don’t disallow pages which are redirected. The spiders won’t be able to follow the redirect.
  • Disallowing pages prevents previous versions from being shown in
  • You can search for older versions of robots.txt — just type in the URL, i.e.,
  • The max size for a robots.txt file is 500 KB.
  • Now for the fun stuff!

    Many companies have done creative things with their robots.txt files. Take a look at the following examples!

    ASCII art and job openings has a nice take on their slogan inside their robots.txt, “just crawl it” but they also included their logo.

    Nike robots.txt with ASCII artSeer also uses art and has a recruitment message.

    Seer robots.txt with ASCII art and job postingTripAdvisor has a recruitment message right in the robots.txt file.

    TripAdvisor job posting inside robots.txt

    Fun robots

    Yelp likes to remind the robots that Asimov’s Three Laws are in effect.

    Yelp Asimov's Three Laws in robots.txtAs does Asimov's Three Laws in robots.txtAccording to YouTube, we already lost the war to robots.

    YouTube war on robots in robots.txtPage One Power has a nice “Star Wars” reference in their robots.txt.

    Page One Power Star Wars in robots.txtGoogle wants to make sure Larry Page and Sergey Brin are safe from Terminators in their killer-robots.txt file.

    Google Terminator reference in killer-robots.txtWho can ignore the front page of the internet? Reddit references Bender from “Futurama” and Gort from “The Day The Earth Stood Still.”

    Reddit Bender and Gort references in robots.txt


    Humans.txt describes themselves as “an initiative for knowing the people behind a website. It’s a TXT file that contains information about the different people who have contributed to building the website.” I was surprised to see this more often than I would have thought when I tried on a few domains. Check out

    Just using robots.txt to mess with people at this point

    One of my favorite examples is from Oliver Mason, who disallows everything and bids his blog farewell, only to then allow every individual file again farther down in the file. As he comments at the bottom, he knows this is a bad idea. (Don’t just read the robots.txt here, seriously, go read this guy’s whole website.)

    On my personal website, I have a robots.txt file to mess with people as well. The file validates fine, even though at first glance it would look like I’m blocking all crawlers. robots.txt BOMThe reason is that I saved the file with a BOM (byte order mark) character at the beginning, which makes my first line invalid — as you can see when I go to verify in Google Search Console. With the first line invalid, the Disallow has no User-Agent reference, so it is also invalid.

    StoxSEO Google Search Console BOM

    Indexed pages that shouldn’t exist

    If you search for “World’s Greatest SEO,” you’ll find a page on Matt Cutts’ website that doesn’t actually exist. SEO Mofo chose a directory (/files) that is blocked by The only information Google has about this page is from the links that were built to the non-existent page. While the page 404s, Google still shows it in the search results with the anchor text from the links.

    World's Greatest SEO SERPs

    A whole freaking website inside robots.txt

    Thought up by Alec Bertram, this amazing feat is chronicled where else but his robots.txt file. He has the how, the source and even a menu to guide you.

    This was also used on to embed an entire game into the file. Head over to and play Robots Robots Revolution!


What is Google Rankbrain algorithm? How does it work?

All SEO Webmasters are aware of the fact that Google uses some complex algorithms for ranking a website. These are Panda, Penguin, Pigeon, Hummingbird etc. These algorithms determine how a webpage ranks on the resultant page. In October 2015 Google introduced a new intelligent algorithm that works typically different from other algorithms. It’s called Google Rankbrain. It’s a machine learning technology. Machine learning technology means a computer teaches itself how to do something. Before this algorithm, Google Engineers used a high-class mathematical process for determining a result, but that is past now. Now Rankbrain, the Artificial Intelligence (AI) system does the big job. According to Google, Rankbrain uses the best signals like keywords, page speed, mobile-friendliness, backlinks, anchor text etc for determining a result that appears in SERP. Users now search something compiling with multiple words or long tail keywords. Rankbrain has that ability to perceive that multiple words and how they are related to each other. It searches the similar meaning and outputs the suitable result in a great way.

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How it affects SEO:

Always keep in mind that what a user wants the search result to be is wanted by Google also.SEO is going tough gradually. It’s not those old days when only link building was the best process to rank high in search engine. After some big revolutions in algorithm update by google, those processes are gone.

Keywords are too important for ranking. Natural contents with super information that quenches the thirst of the users are the most important factor right now. We don’t know what are the keywords any user uses for a particular result. Users like natural language and proper result what they search for. So we have to put content considering this matter. User satisfaction is the most important factor.

Latest seo tips 2016

SEO is a dynamic industry and 2015 was no exception. Having said that couple of things you should focus in 2016 are:

1. Mobile SEO

Mobile has been a prime focus for Google and we have seen that in a recent mobile-friendly update and app indexing. Looking at the latest annual mobility report (gathered from around 100 carriers globally) published from Ericsson, there will be 6.1B smartphone users globally and 80 percent of mobile data traffic will be from smartphones by the end of 2020.

2. Technical SEO

Google updated its technical guidelines about a year ago to allow Googlebot to crawl your site’s CSS and/or JavaScript files. Their objective is to ensure Googlebots are crawling websites correctly and in the most effective manner possible.


3. Google’s real time Penguin update

Google’s next penguin update which is supposed to update in real time moving forward. So ensure you are not doing any link building activities that are violating Google guidelines.

4. High quality content is still king

Did you read Google’s recent 160 page content assessment guide? This clearly shows how Google assesses the quality of a content from a user experience standpoint. So make sure the content that you write meets the optimum content quality.

5. Fast-loading pages using the AMP format may get ranking boost

Relatively new but you should definitely look into this. Google recently said it will begin sending search traffic to AMP pages beginning in late February. So that’s one major change you can expect in 2016. Wondering why Google is focusing on AMP? Because AMP pages load four times faster and use eight times less data than traditional mobile-optimized pages. For more about AMP, see the AMP Project site.