How to submit a newly created Blog to Google search console

How to submit a newly created Blog to Google search console

Do you know it is very easy to submit your newly created blog to Google search console? What most bloggers find hard is how they submit their blogs and their content to the Google search console, although this is very simple and easy. If you want to know how to get blog posts, pages, etc. in the Google search console, then this article is written for you.

Read carefully to understand the advantages of submitting sitemaps of your website in Google Search Console.

1.1 What is Google Search Console?

Google Search Console is a free tool for Google webmasters that allows bloggers to submit their sitemap to the Google search engine so that google web crawler can search for new blog content to index and update information on Google sites. In fact, it does not need to be included in the search results.

1.2 What is a sitemap?

A sitemap is a file that provides all the information (pages, posts, videos, files and other information) of your website and the links between them so that search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo can read that file and further crawl your website. efficiently and accurately.

2.1 How to Submit a Blog to Blogger on Google Search Console

Step 1

Go to settings on your blogger dashboard.

Step 2

Scroll down and go to the Indexing and crawler section and click on Google Search Console

Step 3

Click the menu bar.

Step 4

Click Add Property

Step 5

Enter your blog link/url without adding https, http or www, for example

Steps 6

Now you are done, click Go to Properties or Done.

2.2 Benefits of Submitting a Blog to Google Search Console

You may be wondering what if my blog is already doing well do I have to submit my sitemap to Google search console and what are the benefits of doing so.

  1. Fast indexing of page content (pages, posts and information) on Google
  2. There is little or no need to manually index your website when it is running properly.
  3. Automatic indexing of page content
  4. Google insights on organic traffic and search clicks.
  5. You will have the opportunity to learn how your website ranks on Google and how you can improve it.