Hi everybody,

i have been working pretty solidly the past few month just getting content out.


I looked back at some of my older posts and realised that there were quite a few that did not have enough words, videos, internal links, externat links etc.

I have updated a few already but have not kept a list of which posts I have been working on.


Is it possible to ask Google to revisit all my individual posts and look at changes or do I have to ask Google to visit the posts individually?

Thank you in advance.

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PMindra Premium
Hi, Catherine.
You know who from where.

Did you get the answer you were looking for?

I write for Google and also their bots.
I am uncertain that this is the right thing to do, but I do it.

I'm not sure if this helps, but it is always refreshing to see you.

Kindest regards.

Paul.

P>S>
I have to make more of a presence on the platform also.
Remain Awesome.
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davehayes Premium
I'm in the process of doing this myself and I always submit manually to both Google and Bing

If it helps I do video first then blog posts adding the videos to the blog
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Aussiemuso Premium
Always worth checking the URL individually on your Google Console and asking to be reindexed.

Lily 😁
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ecocatherine Premium
Thank you!
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TheCatherine Premium
This post explains why doing just that is a GREAT idea
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ecocatherine Premium
Thank you!
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EdwinBernard Premium
Enter the post URL in the URL Site Inspection window in Google Search Console.

Cheers.

Edwin
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ecocatherine Premium
Where can I find this?
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Timotheus Premium
On the Google Search Console, at the top, there is a field box for you to enter a url. Copy and paste your url here. And submit for indexing.

For new url - Google will index
For existing url - Google will update index

* When Google will do this - one never knows because Google will say it will take time, and they also say that submitting does not guarantee url being indexed. No worries. They usually do. This is just their disclaimer.
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EdwinBernard Premium
You must create a Search Console account. There are trainings here on WA. Here’s one by Kyle that includes a video: Hope this helps.

Edwin
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