How to index a website in Google
Your site will be indexed by Google only when the Google crawler finds a link to your site in any other site that has already been indexed by it. It’s job is to index sites and it does it by going through each and every do-follow links that it finds in sites that it has already indexed. If your site’s link is not there in any indexed site, then its almost impossible to get it indexed. The reason is – it should find your site somehow and without a link to your site even in a single site – it won’t be even knowing whether there is such a site online or not.
But there is one more way to index your site. Google allows to submit sites that are not yet indexed. And these sites will be indexed manually by the professionals out there at Google. For that you’ll have to submit your site using the appropriate form that you will be finding online in their site. But I don’t think, your site will be indexed this way. I have already tried this method. And this is something that I hate to do. It will surely take months. And even then, there is no guarantee that the site will get indexed. Then why should we index sites this way? Not just that, using the other method that we have mentioned above, your site will get indexed in a day or two.
One of the easiest way to index a site is by submitting press releases. There are a lot of press release sites. These would be surely high authority sites and so even new pages of the sites will get indexed the same instant. If you are gonna submit a press release of your site, you’ll be able to put a link to your site there. Google crawler will be crawling these sites every now and then since these are sites where people submit press releases. If you are doing it this way, then there is a high chance for your site to get indexed in Google in the next 1-2 days.