Learn how to submit your website to the Google search engine and help it show up in the top results.
SEO stands for search engine optimization, which is the process of getting your website to show up naturally on search engines results without having to pay for it.
Submitting your website to Google
Add a web page to the web directory WebsiteURL.org
There are basics that need to be taken care of before you share your website with the world. Make sure you have added page descriptions and images since this is essential for all sharing related — Google and, for lack of a better example, Facebook are displaying that info along with your web links.
If you’re good to go, submit your domain to Google Search Console URL Crawler. Google adds new sites to their index, and updates existing ones, every time they crawl the web. If you have a new URL, tell them about it through the previous link.
Note that they won’t add all submitted URLs to their index, and we can’t make predictions or guarantees about when or if submitted URLs will appear in their index.
Google also asks for your website sitemap. This is necessary so that the Google robots can scan your site structure and index it in the search engine.