A new submit url to the Google index option rolls out for webmasters to place new pages directly in the core of the Google search engine results page…
Search giant Google now lets webmasters directly submit new pages to the index with the ‘submit url to Google’ option. Webmasters can simply go to the submit URL to Google page, which displays a box, equipped with reCAPTCHA.
‘Submit Url to Google’ Tool for Direct Inclusion on the SERP Appears on the Web
The new feature closely resembles the submit URL form function. However, this tool sports a smart interactive feature right on the search engine results page for the query “submit to google,” as pictured below:
The new tool allows site owners to submit any URL to the Google index for inclusion. But, this doesn’t guarantee the URL will index and/or show up on the SERP. It also does not guarantee any ranking benefit or SEO boost. AndroiWide founder Naman Dwivedi first spotted this new option.
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