Link Submission

Link Submission

What is Link Submission?

Google has removed the public version of its URL submission tool, which allowed users to submit any page to Google’s index. Google is now advising people to use Search Console’s Fetch & Submit tool. Alternatively, site owners can notify Google about new pages with a sitemap file.

Note that recrawling is not immediate or guaranteed. It also takes several days for a successful request to be granted. One of the limitations of submitting URLs via Search Console is that people will only be able to submit URLs from sites they have verified ownership of.

That could end up being a problem for people who want to notify Google of new URLs on sites they don’t personally own. Such as a blog article with a link pointing back to their site. A handful of SEOs have voiced their concerns on Twitter, but it seems like this change will not be an inconvenience for most.

URL submission is the action of submitting your URL to search engines, manually, for faster indexing. By doing so, you let search engines know that new information has been added to your website. After you submit the URL, it may take two to four weeks to get indexed. A page can be resubmitted if you’re not happy with its rank. This action is used for SEO purposes.

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