The how to index a website in Bing is key to help you allowing the world to find your website and content more easy.
For this reason and, when you maintain or develop your new website, you should spend some time to go thru this how to. You will get help to index your webpage in Microsoft Bing.com.
You would like to note that I wrote a similar how to called How To Index a Website in Google for getting your website indexed in Google. To do so, you would like to check out the How To Index a Website in Google too.
The good news is, its not difficult for you to get indexed your website into bing.com. Lets get started!
- Check whether Microsoft Bing.com knows the website
- How to Index A Website in Bing.com
- Additional Information to the How To Index A Website in Bing.com
Your first step is very simple. You simply click the following link to check whether your website is already indexed: Check whether a webpage is indexed in Bing.com. Check this out for your website by simply replacing “myhowto.blog” with your websites URL, e.g. site:YOUR-Website.whatever
If you cannot find your website indexed, then you get a result like the below picture. In this case, you should continue with this how to index a webpage in Microsoft Bing.com.
You love to read that this is not too difficult. Let’s get it done! You will like this simple 4 step how to index a website in Microsoft Bing.com that truly helps you.
You go to Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools
This how to assumes that you registered already with Google and it leverages on the How To Index a Website in Google. For this reason you also like to leverage on your existing Google account. Certainly you are free to choose a different option.
After you decided to leverage on your Google account, the Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools provides you with two options, to either leverage on the Google Search Console or to add your site manually. Both have advantages and disadvantages for you. You in this how to index a website into bing.com will leverage on Google Search Console as it is the most simple way for you.
Once you hit “Import”, Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools will be asking you to import your data into Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools. It will share with you what exactly you will import. Further Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools tells you how your data is being used. If you are OK with this, then you simply continue to follow the guidance of Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools.
You most likely need during the process to select your Google account and you potentially need to login. Finally, you need to grant access for Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools, by which of course you will grant access. If you dislike granting access, you only have the option of adding your website manually. I recommend you to read the “Google Account” and “share data safely” advices carefully before you only hit “Allow”. In the below example I did feel comfortable and I did hit “Allow”.
Now, once you clicked Allow, you need to follow Step 4.
Once you have done this successfully, Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools will tell you, that you imported the website successfully. You should see a picture that looks like the below one.
After you have this done, you like to “play” or “try and error” with the options you have in the Microsoft Bing.com Webmaster Tools. You will for sure find thousands of how to’s and advices in the world wide web that will help you to understand how you best to tune the settings.
If you found a great how to for tuning your website, then let me know. I am very open to post your links that you have identified.
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