#Google stores web pages by index. The index for each page should describe the content properly.
# List the name of your website and important information in the title of your homepage.
#Crawler – Automated software that fetches pages from the web and indexes them. It refers to the action of looking for new pages or updated web pages by following links or sitemaps.
#SEO – Search engine optimization: make your site better for search engines.
Get your site on Google
Sign up for Search Console
Help Google find your content
1) Submit a sitemap.
2) Google finds pages through links. A detailed catalog or classifications of your site will help readers to discover your site more easily.
# Avoid lengthy titles
Titles can be short and informative. A few words or a phrase is perfect for a page’s title. Create accurate page titles. A <title> tag tells both users and search engines what the topic of a particular page is. The <title> tag should be placed within the <head> element of the HTML document.
#Utilize meta tag
A page’s description meta tag gives Google and other search engines a summary of what the page is all about. A page’s description meta tag can be a few sentences or even a short paragraph. The description meta tag is placed within the <head> element of your HTML document.
Google might use meta tags as snippets for your pages. Also, Google may choose to use a relevant section of your page’s visible text if it matches up with readers’s searching results.