If you need more organic search traffic to your site, then I’m willing to give you the answer is yes – “we can do”
Step 1: Is my site indexed already?
Step 2: Install and set up Google Analytics & Search Console
Step 3: Create a content marketing strategy
Step 4: Start blogging
Step 5: Use internal links on your website
Step 6: Promote social sharing of your content
Step 7: Add a sitemap plugin to get Google to index your site
Step 8: Submit a sitemap to Search Console
Step 9: Create social media channels
Step 10: Use robots.txt
Step 11: Index your site with other search engines
Step 12: Share your content on aggregators
Step 13: Share your website link everywhere
Step 14: Set up an RSS feed
Step 15: Submit your website to directories
Step 16: Check for Google crawl errors frequently Step
17: The pages that shouldn’t be indexed and how to prevent them from being crawled BONUS!
Step 18: Make a plan for updating old content
The spider’s job is to look for new stuff on the web and update the already indexed version of your site. That “new stuff” can be a new page on an existing site, a change to an existing page, or an entirely new site or blog.
Once the spider finds a new site or page, it needs to figure out what that new site or page is about.
Way back in the Wild Wild West of the early web, search engine spiders weren’t nearly as smart as they are today. You could force a spider to index and rank your page based on nothing more than how many times a particular search phrase (“keyword”) appeared on the page.
Now Come to the point…..
First go to the Google Search Console
then add a new property where your website link is a new add property . Then click continue and its verify automatically .
After then you also make a sitemap of your website . Go to the sitemap box and insert there this format your website link/sitemap.xml
Now your website property sucessfully add on google. About 3-4 days neeed for fully indexed your site.
You also do this, when you publish a post then copy the link and add it in the google search console Url Inspection box
Now Enjoy your self….