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Common web pages and Conventional websites in the world

common web pages

Of all the websites in the world, there have many web pages.  Different web pages contain different types of topics. Authors write content under those topics. And web pages have no value without content.

Now I will mention some common web pages that are generally on the website. And I will clearly describe what topics should be on a particular webpage. So let’s start the discussion.

Overview of common web pages

There are many common web pages among conventional websites. I will mention the names, identities of some common web pages. And I will set the title for them. At the same time, I will briefly tell you what topics should be in it.


The homepage is the main page of the website. It contains a summary of what services the website owner or company provides. Some websites describe its content elaborately and some websites mention it briefly.

The home page contains a variety of topics. And not all website topics are ever the same. So it is not possible to say in one word what topic it contains. As different websites have different topics on the homepage.

About page

It is a very common page on the website that mentions the identity of the owner or company, their work, and experience of the officers and employees and their services and other things.

There are 6 common topics on it:

  • Identity
  • Work
  • Location
  • Starting time
  • Why started
  • How started

Contact page

It is a very important and the most common page that mentions the ways to communicate with the owner or company.  

There are 6 common topics on it. These are:

  • Phone Numbers
  • Emails
  • Live Chat
  • Location
  • Contact Form
  • Call Center Hours

Disclaimer Page

This is a serious page. It mentions specific topics that let everyone know that they are not responsible for any damage. Common topics are:

  • External links
  • Error and omission
  • Fair use
  • Views expressed
  • Confidentiality
  • Warranty
  • Copyright
  • No responsibility
  • FAQ, Investment
  • Use at your own risk
  • Affiliate
  • Testimonial disclaimer 

Terms & Conditions page

This is a page that describes the various terms of the company. It stipulates which conditions are applicable to all and which are general conditions that do not lead to strict action and which matters must be complied with. Its common topics are:

  • Rule and conditions
  • Copyright
  • Access
  • Policy additions and changes
  • Termination
  • Payment details clause 
  • Third-party sites and services 
  • Law
  • Jurisdiction.

Privacy policy page

This is a page that contains the owner or company’s privacy policy. Its inside topics are:

  • Introduction
  • Data collection 
  • Reason it
  • action with it
  • privacy and security
  • personal information
  • Complaint and Opinion

FAQs page

The whole sentence is a frequently asked question. This page includes a list of questions and answers about the company’s products, services,  and other issues. There are no fixed topics. The FAQ page of each website contains different topics. It is not possible to say which specific topics are in it.

Careers page

This is a page that usually contains a job offer from the company. This page explains to recruit experienced people. These usually include categories, location, experience, skills, conditions.

Company page

This is a page that contains various information about the company. Its common topics are ambition, skills, leadership, research, innovation and quality, sponsorship, mission, and vision.

Portfolio page

This is a page that contains samples of various works that have been done on this website. Its topics are not specific. As different websites have different portfolio topics.

Testimonials page

This page contains testimonials from trustworthy people or organizations. These usually include Quote, Peer, Social, Success story, Documentary series, and other testimonials.

Blog page

It is a page on which essays on various topics are published. Its topics are not specific too. As different websites create blogs on different topics.   

Write for Us page

This page is made to receive various content from the authors usually. People employed on the website receive it from the authors in exchange for money. They publish it on their own website. Some companies accept content for free. It includes some common topics. Those are

  • Types Of Articles
  • Writing Guidelines
  • How To Submit Articles
  • Who do we allow to publish 
  • Submit form 
  • Publishing time

Product/Services page

This page contains details of what products or services the company provides. On it, common topics are name, description, features, price, customer reviews, terms.

Forums page

This is a page that discusses various topics. Where students, teachers, and other persons get together and communicate and solve various problems. Subjects, Post count, The latest poster, Freshness, General forum, Login are common on this page.

Features page

This is a page that contains features of various topics related to the website. This usually includes navigation, Trendy, user experience, Relevant, authoritative website content, Value, review, descriptions.

Person page

This is a page that contains details of different people. The most used topic of these is Gender, Role, Age, Bio, Experience, Locations, Contact.

Remember, there are many more web pages that will make the description much longer. So I didn’t mention them to summarize the discussion.

conventional websites

Types of Conventional websites and their common web pages

Now I will mention the names of some common websites, and I will briefly describe what common web pages are in them. Wherein everyone can easily remember the names of the websites, their common pages.

Small-Medium Business

(Home, About,  Blog, Contact,  Privacy Policy, Terms Of Condition, Services, Location, FAQs, Careers, Product, Company)


(We Offer, Portfolio, Services, Join Us, Careers, Pricing, Sitemap, FAQ, Gallery, Categories, Features, Home, About,  Blog, Contact,  Privacy Policy, Terms Of Condition)

Landing Page Or Single Page

(Features, Pricing, Pages, Blog, Testimonials, Programs, Service, FAQ, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(Shop, Features, Blog, Help & FAQ, Service, Products, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(Blog, Service, Work, Terms & Conditions, Testimonials, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)

News & Magazine

(Breaking News, Popular, Terms & Conditions, Categories, Gallery, FAQ, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(Courses, Blog, Admissions, Programs, Teachers, Testimonials, Support, Terms Of Use,  Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(Home, Articles, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, Contact)


(Home, About, Packages, Blog, Contact, Offers, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions)

Medical and Healthcare

(Home, About us, Services, News, Contact, Doctors, Department, Privacy policy, Terms & conditions)


(People, Blog, Famous, Terms Of Use,  Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(Account, Help Center, Advertise With Us, Terms Of Use, Category, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(Terms Of Use, Advertise, Sitemap, Help Center, Events, Category, FAQ, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(State Government, Terms & Conditions, News & Alerts, Help Center, Sitemap, Service Sectors, FAQ, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)


(News & Media, Our Work, Join Us, FAQ, Team, Terms Of Use, Home, About, Contact, Privacy Policy)

Web Portal

(Login, FAQ, Service, Home, Disclaimers, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, Team, Location, Contact)

Community Forums

(Home, Forums, FAQ, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, Contact)

Catalog Or Brochure

(Home, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, News, Service, Contact)


(Home, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, Team, Contact, Help & Support, Feed)

Search Engine

(Home, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, FAQ, Contact)

Knowledgebase / Wiki

(Home, Blog, Forum, About, Contact, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, Help Center)

Business Directory

(Home, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, Blog, Regester, Contact, FAQ, Log In)

Review Site

(Home, Services, Site Map, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, About, FAQ, Help Center, Reviews)

Question And Answer

(Home, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions, Disclaimer, Advertise With Us, FAQ, About, Help Center)

Job Boards

(Home, Find Jobs, Blog, Contact, Post A Job, About, Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions)

There are many more websites and there are countless web pages that will never end the discussion. Hopefully, you have gained a general idea about the type of website and webpage from this article. Many thanks to you for reading this article.

Basic knowledge about domain and hosting

domain and hosting

You must have domain and hosting if you want to own a website for yourself or someone else.  Some people among us don’t have a good idea about domain and hosting. If you rent them without knowing basic things, you’ll be in danger in the future. By the way, Now I will tell you some things that will help you to give an initial idea about them. And If you have no idea about them, you should not ignore every upcoming point. Now let’s start the points. 

What are domain and hosting?

Domain is a website name with an extension. For example,,,; So google, mp3quran, hunter are domain  and .com, .net, .io are extension.

And, when you visit a website, you will find text, images, videos, files, and more there. The place where these are stored is Hosting.

There are many important things in domain and hosting. Domain-related points I will mention under the domain. And Hosting-related subjects I will describe inside the hosting. I will let you know every necessary subject step by step. And try to give you basic knowledge about domain and hosting.

Domain and its related points

Here, I will discuss some topics that are associated with the domain. These are

  • Types of Domain
  •  Domain name idea
  • Things to do before buying a domain

I will try to present each of the above topics beautifully. I will explain the summary in such a way that there is no difficulty in understanding well. A long discussion is very boring for everyone.

Types of Domain

There are mainly two types of domains. 1. Root Domain, 2. Subdomain. A root domain is a domain that contains only names and extensions. You have seen it in the domain definition before. And a subdomain is a domain that contains some information and dot before the main domain name and extension.

For example,,,, etc. Consequently, blog, spider, theme are subdomains, and,, are the main domains.

Domain name idea

For that, you need a keyword. Specify your niche first to choose a keyword. There are many niches in your area like the education sector, healthcare sector, real estate, technology, etc. Then select a specific segment. For example, your niche is technology. There are so many things in technology. So you selected ‘laptop which is a specific segment of technology. Suppose now you found your keyword. That is ‘laptop.

Then you will go to domain name generator sites. Thereafter, enter your keyword on the search box. Then you will find many results for your domain name idea. I know 3 sites about it. These are,,; You can check them.

Things to do before buying a domain

Select the best extension: Select the best extension: I suggest you prefer the .com extension. That is best for google ranking. Although other extensions also rank. But .com extension websites rank higher. If you can’t accept the .com, Try to take the .net. Then .org. 

Short name: Make your domain name shorter and do that good meaningful. It should be 7 characters or less then. That is easy to read and remember.

Choose the right character: Use in your domain name lowercase character. Don’t take a special character, number, uncommon letter. 

Avoid trademarked terms: That is, Avoid domain names used by the largest companies worldwide. And  Don’t take domain names that registered different industries already. For example, You kept your domain name ‘, or; If Yahoo company or GoDaddy company notice that you used their name in your domain, They will report to your domain company against you. Then they will bane your that domain name.  

Social link availability: Check your domain name is available on the social link or not. For example, your domain name is ‘laptop. So it will in the Facebook link. And it will be in the YouTube link.

For checking it, you will go to a site. Its name is Then enter your keyword on the search box and press the enter on your keyboard. Now crawl down and look at usernames results. View the below picture for identity.

If your preferred domain name is available on the social link, you will find a green icon. And if it is unavailable, you will find a red icon. Such as you saw in the picture above.

Hosting and its related subjects

Here, I will mention a few things that are related to hosting. These are

  • Types of Hosting
  • Advantage and difficulty of those
  • Things to do before take to rent hosting

I will describe the above things simply way. And I will not go to a long discussion. My goal is only to mention these issues in short clearly. 

Types of Hosting

There are mainly two types of Hosting. 1. Local Hosting, 2. Live Hosting. 

Local hosting is the place of content, audio, files, and more things on your website. That is not always connected to the website. As long as you keep it connected to the website, it stays connected to it, and when you go offline, it also automatically disconnects from the website, despite your reluctance.

Live hosting is hosting that is always connected with your website. Even if you are offline, it does not disconnect from your website if you follow the rules.

Just as you rent a house, shop, etc., you need to rent live hosting. Those who provide rent hosting are called hosting providers. They always keep the hosting attached to your website because you pay them. And if you don’t pay them, they will disconnect the hosting from your website. 

Types of live hosting

There are usually four types of live hosting. Namely: 1. Shared hosting, 2. VPS hosting, 3. Dedicated hosting, 4. Cloud hosting.

Shared hosting is hosting whose main server resources are shared among many people. And everyone benefits from it together. For example, a lot of people rent a room, and everyone starts to benefit from it.

VPS hosting is hosting whose main server resources are split into virtual servers. And everyone is provided with an individual server. Suppose, You have rented a VIP room from within a house. Only you have the right to that room. No one else has the right to it without you. So VPS hosting is like a VIP room. 

Dedicated hosting is hosting whose main server resources are not shared between multiple people. Rather, it is given to only one person. For example, You have rented a whole house alone. You have no partners in there.

Cloud hosting is hosting that uses different multiple remote servers. And provides server resources to multiple people in proportion to their needs. It is like VPS hosting as a new update version. 

Advantage and difficulty

Just as everything has its advantages and disadvantages, so does hosting have its advantages and disadvantages. So I will briefly mention the advantages and disadvantages of each hosting so that you can easily remember it. I will mention the heading for each hosting. Then I will describe its advantages and disadvantages.

Local hosting

The advantage of local hosting is- 

  • You can use it for free. 
  • Very helpful for practice and learning. 
  • It works like live hosting. 

The difficulty of local hosting is- 

  • If you connected it to the website, it stays connected to it, and when you go offline, it also automatically disconnects from the website, 
  • If you do not connect it to the website while you are online, it will not connect automatically. 
  • It does not provide services like live hosting. 
Shared hosting

The advantage of Shared hosting is- 

  • There is a low monthly rental package. 
  • Best for the beginner person. 
  • Everyone can set up a website easily. 

The difficulty of Shared hosting is- 

  • As traffic to one’s website increases, another’s website becomes slower. 
  • Website performance will not be under your control. 
  • Server resources are shared with every person.
VPS hosting

The advantage of VPS hosting is- 

  • The monthly rent is lower than dedicated hosting.
  • Faster page loading speed. 
  • You will be able to custom configuration in your server.

The difficulty of VPS hosting is- 

  • Set Up a website is not easy as shared hosting.  
  • Limitation in control. 
  • The monthly rent is higher than shared hosting. 
Dedicated hosting

The advantage of Dedicated hosting is- 

  • High security and super-fast loading
  • Server resources are just for you. It will not share with other persons.  
  • Everything will be under your control. 

The difficulty of Dedicated hosting is- 

  • The monthly rent is very big-budget and expensive.  
  • You must have technical knowledge.  
  • Every responsibility of hosting is on you. 
Cloud hosting

The advantage of Cloud hosting is- 

  • The monthly rent is lower than VPS hosting. 
  • You can use resources according to your demand. 
  • Unexpected downtime is much less. 

The difficulty of Cloud hosting is- 

  • The monthly rent is not fixed all time. 
  • More bills could come in any month. It depends on your visitors.  
  • Customization is limited.

Things to do before taking to rent hosting

You will rent the hosting by sorting the verification. And try to take the domain and hosting from one place. Because of You don’t have to carry any problem separately. Here are a few things to keep in mind before taking to rent hosting. 

SSL/TLS certificate: Look for companies that offer hosting, Whether they give SSL/TLS certificates. If they give it easily, That is good; Otherwise, take hosting from the company that gives a permanent SSL/TLS certificate. 

User friendly: Verify whether the c-panel is attached to the hosting. Some companies do not attach it. As a result, you will get in trouble. Again You will need to rent a new c-panel. 

Storage: Initially, you can take 5 to 10 GB of space in the hosting. But don’t take less than 100k inode storage.  

Bandwidth: Make sure your bandwidth is at least 50GB. If your bandwidth is low and your traffic is high, The amount of bandwidth may run out quickly. As a result, your website will go down. 

24/7 support: You must receive hosting from a hosting company that will always support you. They are always active 24 hours in 7 day to serve the customer.  If your hosting is down, you’ll be able to let them know your problem quickly, and they’ll help you immediately.

Auto backup: You can also take hosting from hosting companies that offer auto backup. That is very important for websites. If the hosting company of your choice does not provide the auto backup service, you will have to make arrangements to back up the website yourself.  

The advice of experienced persons

It will be safer and more beneficial for you to consult with people who are well versed in the domain, hosting, websites, internet, and technology before taking up hosting. They know things that may be unknown to you. They will be able to understand your needs and tell you what kind of hosting is suitable for you. 

Hopefully, from the above discussion, you have got some basic knowledge about domain and hosting. And you may have realized What you to do to get a domain and hosting. You can read various blogs on the internet for more details on each topic. Thank you so much for reading this article.

An easy way to backup and restore a WordPress website

backup and restore

The value of his website is much higher for the website owner. Every human being preserves his valuables well to protect them from harm. Similarly, every website owner needs to keep a backup of his valuable website in order to take good care of it, so that it does not suffer major losses due to unwanted errors and he can restart it quickly.

So now I will mention all the things that you can easily backup your WordPress website if you keep in mind. And you can do active it if it suddenly stops working and can restore it quickly if it ever crashed due to an error.

What is a website backup?

Website backup is to leave a copy of the website. If the website ever crashed, the website owner can replace that copy on it.

The website manager will set a backup of the website immediately after launching it. It is not desirable to ignore it at all. Since adding and subtracting a lot of things on the website can cause problems due to some errors. So to have a backup is very helpful to get rid of any website-related problem easily. This will save both time and labor.

How to backup a WordPress website? 

There are many plugins to backup WordPress websites. One of them is the plugin UpdraftPlus WordPress Backup Plugin. Now I will explain to you how you can easily backup your WordPress website using it.

First, install and activate the Updraft plus plugin. Thereafter go to its settings. There you will definitely find 5 options. These are 1. Backup / Restore, 2. Migrate / Clone, 3. Settings, 4. Advanced Tools and 5. Premium / Extensions. Now click on the Settings option. There you will find two texts. These are the Files backup schedule and Database backup schedule. There are 2 boxes with each. There are 4 boxes in total.

Set weekly in the first two boxes and set 5 in the second box. This means that your website will be automatically backed up 1 time per week, and a total of 5 backups from the last 5 weeks will be stored in your storage.

Then when you crawl down, you will see another text. That is ‘Choose your remote storage (tap on an icon to select or unselect)‘ and Now select the remote storage in which you want to keep your backup files. For example, you want to keep your backup files in Google Drive. Then click him. It will highlight in blue color. 

Then you crawl down a little. You will get 4 options to mark in the Include in files backup. The 4 options are Plugins, Themes, Uploads, and Any other directories found inside wp-content. Mark these 4 options.

Final step 

Then crawl down again. If you want to know about your backup via email, mark the box next to the email text, and if you do not want to know via email, you do not need to mark the box next to the email text. Now click on the Save changes button.

UpdraftPlus will then provide you with a link to connect it to the remote storage. Once the UpdraftPlus is connected to your remote storage, an orange color window will show you. Now you click on the complete setup option. Notice the image below to see what the orange color windows will look like.

complete setup

UpdraftPlus will take you to its dashboard after clicking on the complete setup option. Now you click on the Backup Now button.  Then you will get some options. Of these, you must mark 3 options. The options are 1. Include your database in the backup, 2. Include your files in the backup and 3. Send this backup to remote storage. Thereafter, click on the Backup Now button below.

When your backup is complete, you will see 1 next to the Existing backups. This means that your website has become a backup. If you want, you can download your backup file from Google Drive and keep it in any of your local storage. If you accidentally clean all the data from Google Drive, you can re-upload your downloaded backup file to Google Drive. This way, you do not have to worry about the website backup. 

What is restoration?

In a word, Restore is the recovery of lost things. If your backed-up WordPress website doesn’t work for some reason and you can log in to your WordPress admin panel, don’t worry. You will be able to restore your site easily.

How to restore a WordPress website?

All you have to do is go to the Backup / Restore option of your updraft plugin first. Then go down, and see a function called Existing backups. You will see the restore button there. If your website has a lot of backups, then you will get a lot of restore buttons. From there, click the Restore button on the date you want to set the backup to.

Then you will get a chance to mark 5 boxes. Mark all the boxes from there. Then click the Restore button below. Wait a while right now. Then if the restore is successful, you will go to your WordPress dashboard. Now you give your site a refresh / reload. So you will see that your site is fine again.

How to recover crashed WordPress website

If your website crashes in such a way that your website is no longer working, and you can’t even access your own WordPress admin panel, you need to do three things to get your website up and running.

  1. Remove crashed website from hosting
  2. Install WordPress properly on the same domain
  3. Restore backup files from remote storage

I will describe each of the above issues step by step. And I will set the title for each.

Remove crashed website from hosting

First, you go to the hosting Cpanel. Then click on WordPress. Then you go down and click on the Remove option. Notice the image below to recognize it. 


Click on the cross option. A new window will open. Then crawl down and click on Remove installation. Wait some time for it to be removed. Now your old website has been removed. And keep in mind that not all hosting companies are the same. Different hosting has different methods to remove it. So there is nothing to worry about. You can easily remove it with a little research.

Install WordPress properly on the same domain

To install WordPress with the domain of the website that crashed is very easy. I will mention it briefly. 

Set the latest version in the choose the version you want to install option, Put HTTPS in choose Protocol, Enter the name of your crashed website in choose domain. The Directory must be left blank. There is no need to write anything. Then unmark the Enable multisite (WPMU) option. Then enter the Admin User name as you like, enter the strong password in the Admin Password, and always input your practical email in the Admin email.  And remember your admin name and password seriously. If necessary, write it down and save it.

Then set English to Select Language, then unmark the Select Plugins. Skip the Advanced options. There is no need to select any one of the Select Themes. Enter your previous email in the box next to the Email installation details option. Finally, click on the blue color install button. If WordPress is successfully installed, you will be given 2 links. 1 for your WordPress admin panel and another to show the status of the front of your website. 

Restore backup files from remote storage

To restore your backup files from remote storage, install and activate the UpdraftPlus plugin now. Then connect it to your remote storage, which has the backup files of your website.  And the method of connecting I have already described. Once fully connected, you will go on the Existing Backup option in the UpdraftPlus. 

There are usually three options. Namely: Upload backup filesRescan local folder for new backup sets, and Rescan remote storage. So you click on Rescan remote storage. And wait for a while. Then you will see below that updraft has got the backup files in your remote storage. Now you restore it. After the success of the restore, refresh your website again. Now you will see that your crashed website is working nicely.

I hope that with what you have learned from this article, you can back up your and other websites, and you can easily restore the backed-up website if it does not work or crashes. Thank you for reading this article slowly.

How to index a website on Google?


index a website
After launching a website, We think about how to index it in Google and other search engines. There are many things that if you do them right, Google and another search engine will easily index a website. So I will describe them step by step so that you can easily understand what to do.

And I will not avoid mentioning things that are very helpful to you for search engine optimization. Now let’s start the discussion.

Why need to index a website?

The most important is indexing your website on Google and another search engine. There is no value for any website without it. And every online person can not know any service If search engines do not index a website. There are many search engines in the world. Google, Bing, and Yahoo are very familiar among them.

I will discuss just the google indexing process. If you can do this, other search engine processes will be easier for you to do. And don’t forget Google is the most popular search engine. It is better if it indexed automatically on Google. But if it is not, then you have to do some work seriously. If you are a beginner, don’t forget to do it.

What things to do for indexing a website?

There are several important works to index a website on Google after launching it. Do not ignore those at all. Always pay attention to do those tasks. Initially, these tasks are very effective in indexing a website on Google. Those are:

  • SSL/TLS certificate setup
  • Update sitemap and robots.txt file
  • SEO friendly theme install
  • Connect website to Google search console and Google analytics
  • Unique content
  • Regular post
  • Specific time 
  • Internal linking
  • Identify the technical issue
  • Social Submission
  • URL Inspection

So now I am going to explain the above works continuously. I will describe it in such a way that you can understand everything clearly. Then you can know what to do for indexing a website.

SSL/TLS certificate setup

You must set up an SSL/TLS certificate on your website. Without it, your website is not safe for anyone. Any hacker can hack information from your website if you do not set up that certificate. And without it, the value of your website will be much lower, and it may take a long time to get indexed by Google and other search engines.

Update sitemap and robots.txt file

Update your sitemap and ‘robots.txt file of your website thoroughly. These contribute the most to the indexing and ranking of websites in search engines. You pay attention to do this seriously and take help from the expert person about it.

At the same time, Remove unnecessary things from the sitemap. Some people keep unnecessary things on their sitemaps. For example, categories, tags, formats, author archives, etc. But it is not important to have them on it. It can have a bad effect on your website. So Be careful about it and remove them from your sitemaps. Otherwise, you would get problems with your google search console.

And after submitting the sitemap on the Google search console, you will see there ‘Couldn’t fetch’ in red color. Don’t worry; It will fix in a few hours or a few days. It depends on your website updating. And don’t forget your website is new and there may be some things missing. When these problems are solved, you will see ‘success’ in green color.

SEO friendly theme install

You must install SEO friendly theme for your website. There are many themes those slow down the website. Pick a theme by selecting Verification. Don’t hurry for that. You can use paid themes. And if you want to use free themes, then use themes by checking and selecting from the themes that are inside WordPress.

Generally, SEO-friendly themes load faster, and additional programming language is less. As a result, Google can easily crawl and index a website of this type of theme. Never use the crack version paid theme. Otherwise, your website will be hacked in the future and will definitely crash at some point.

Connect website Google search console and Google analytics

Connect your website well with Google search console and Google analytics. If you do not, Google will not be able to identify your website easily. For this case, It may take a long time for your site to be indexed.

You can better monitor the interior of your website with the Google search console. And with Google Analytics, you can verify your external status. You can use these two for free, and you don’t have to spend any money on the two.

Unique content

You must publish as much error-free content as possible. Do not publish any content by copying from someone. You will create audio, video, images, and other things for the website yourself. If necessary, create content without copying with the help of others.

And you will try very hard to improve its quality. If you publish duplicate content from someone, you will be in big trouble in the future. And if your content is of high quality, there is a 100% guarantee that it will be indexed.

Regular posts

Try to post regularly or on specific days. Don’t do this; You posted today, then you didn’t post for 2 days. Or don’t do this too; You posted today, then posted a week later, then posted a month later. If you are busy, Determine a day for posting. For example, Post every week on Monday, then on Thursday. Or post on the 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th of every month.

Specific times

Post at specific times and remember it. For example, You posted at 9.00 am. Now post another day at the same time. And Remember that time. Time table is very responsive to the Google bot. It comes at that time and leaves your website at its appointed time. So schedule a time for the post and keep it on your mind and memory.

Regular posts and Specific times help to index a website immediately. And they invite the google bot to come to your website quickly.

Internal linking

Keep your post link on a page that was previously indexed. If there is an error in your internal link and outbound link, please fix it quickly. Don’t ignore that. Because when Googlebot comes to your indexed page, it will crawl your page and enter the link to your post. Then it will identify your post and take it.

Identify technical issue

Check your Post URL carefully and appropriately. Fix the issue if you find it there. Perfect your URL from any critical problem. Don’t hurry to resolve the problem and Do work at ease. Every problem must have a solution. Try to solve the problem yourself if you know about it. Otherwise, Take refuge in an experienced person seriously.

Social Submission

Share your perfect URL on your social media first. Mention 4 things in your social post. 1. Post-title, 2. Post-meta description, 3. Post-URL, and 4. Post-feature image.

Don’t share your URL in every space on social media. If you share it in inapplicable spaces, it will be harmful to your website. Therefore share it carefully in a safe place. Don’t forget to check the places and apply strategies.

URL Inspection

After updating the sitemap, Copy your website URL. Then you will go to GSC (Google search console) and click URL Inspection. And paste your website URL in there. Press the Enter button on your keyboard. Then maybe GSC can tell you, that the URL is not on Google. Don’t worry; It tells every new URL like this.

So you will find two options. 1. REQUEST INDEXING, 2. TEST LIVE URL. Now you click on the TEST LIVE URL. So here, wait a while. Thereafter, GSC will show you a massage. That is, the URL is available to Google. I mean, your URL is submitted to Google successfully.

Then click on REQUEST INDEXING. Wait a while too. Then it will show you a popup. In which is written Indexing requested. Now click on GOT IT. Now you wait 4 days to 4 weeks.

Even after doing the above tasks well, if your website is not indexed and there are no errors in your content, you will not be disappointed. Do post consistently and Follow the correct rules policy. Suddenly you will see your website is indexed. So work regularly and be patient for a long time.

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