SEO stands for search engine optimization, which is the process of getting your website to show up naturally on search engines results without having to pay for it.
It is combined from the page titles, descriptions and content that you have added on the website.
Submitting your website to Google
Google Webmaster Tools, also known as the Google Search Console, is a free service offered by Google that helps you monitor and maintain your site's presence in Google Search results. Signing up can help you understand how Google views your site and optimize its performance in search results.
Before you proceed, we kindly suggest to go over the Webmaster Guidlines. They help you understand various specifics that will be useful down the line.Also, check out the instructions on how to use the Search Console tool with your website. It gives you answers on how to update your content on Google and advises how to work towards achieving the number one spot on the search results.
Copy the file name and paste it in your Voog console, in the Settings — General menu.You can add the verification code to your site in the 'Settings > General' and add it to the Google Webmaster Tools line.
Once you've done that, you should see a confirmation in the Google Webmaster Tools console in a little while.
What about other search engines, such as Bing?
There are multiple search engines out there, none as powerful as Google. However, if you have interest to join, for example, Bing search engine, it's a relatively similar process to the one described above. Check out the necessary steps here. Note that Voog doesn't support the XML verification method and we recommend the META-tag method.
I've recently updated my website but the search engine is still displaying old info. What to do?
If you've changed your website structure, deleted any pages or even added new ones, it's always good to ask Google to recrawl your website. It's a simple process and you can do it here. Check it out — it's a great tool because it keeps your website information updated in the search results.
You can read a more detailed guide in our blog entry here.