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    Test if your site has been indexed by searching for its exact URL or domain name with no other words (ex: http://www.yourdomain.com). If your site isn't appearing in Google search results, or it's performing more poorly than it once did, check your sites search performance in Google


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    Submit your site to Google.
    Lay a link trail.
    Choose the perfect keywords.
    Manage your meta tags.
    Optimize for mobile.
    Prove that you're a local.


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    If it has been less than a week when you built the back links, then allow console to fetch your links. It takes time and may be there within 15 days or so. However, if the link back website has a NOINDEX, then Google may not locate it.


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    Although it varies, it seems to take as little as 4 days and up to 6 months for a site to be crawled by Google and attribute authority to the domain. When you publish a new blog post, site page, or website in general, there are many factors that determine how quickly it will be indexed by Google.


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    Test if your site has been recorded via looking for its precise URL or area name with no different words (ex: http://www.yourdomain.com). On the off chance that your site isn't showing up in Google indexed lists, or it's performing more inadequately than it once checked, your locales search execution in Google.


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