How to Update Google Search Results for Your Website

How to Update Google Search Results for Your Website

When you make any changes to your website, they will not be effective immediately. The web page will be updated, but a snippet in Google will still contain the old data for some time.

That happens because search engines cache the data and don’t update it straight away.

Don’t worry. You can update the cache by asking to reindex the web page that you’ve changed. Below, we’ll explain how to do it in Google Search.

How to make Google reindex your page

Follow these steps to make Google update its cache and reindex a new version of the changed web page:

1. Make sure you have connected Google Analytics to your website on Weblium platform.

2. Go to Google Search Console and add your website to a new property.

How to Update Google Search Results for Your Website

 

3. Use an alternate verification method with Google Analytics.
How to Update Google Search Results for Your Website

 

4. After you’ve verified your website, follow the instruction provided by Google to recrawl and reindex the web page.

If you’ve done everything according to the instruction, Google will mark your website as the one that needs reindexing and will soon update the data shown in search results.

Note: Reindexing a web page in Google will not be immediate and may take up to several days after you’ve requested it.

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Beauty
Beauty
Jun 17, 2020 2:14 pm

The Google core update did shake most of all the sites. The commotion it caused alone not to mention the panic of content creators, website owners bloggers and SEO managers Now that it has fully rolled out, a lot of persons still find their sites struggling to rank back to where they were before. I also want to thank the writer of this article for the tips here, some of which I had no idea.