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To submit your website to Google, you can either add an updated sitemap to your Google account, or submit an indexing request for the desired URL through Fetch as Google. Both processes require site owners to register with Google Search Console.

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There are two options. The first (and better) one is using the Fetch as Google option in Webmaster Tools. Here are detailed instructions:

  1. Go to: Google Search Console and log in
  2. If you haven't already, add and verify the site with the "Add a Site" button
  3. Click on the site name for the one you want to manage
  4. Click Crawl -> Fetch as Google
  5. Optional: if you want to do a specific page only, type in the URL
  6. Click Fetch
  7. Click Submit to Index
  8. Select either "URL" or "URL and its direct links"
  9. Click OK and you're done.

With the option above, as long as every page can be reached from some link on the initial page or a page that it links to, Google should re crawl the whole thing. If you want to explicitly tell it a list of pages to crawl on the domain, you can follow the directions to submit a sitemap.

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Follow these simple process to submit your website to Google:

1.   Go to webmasters.google.com
2.   Sign in to Webmasters with any google account
3.   Enter the URL and click on continue
4.   Google webmaster will now verify the URL
5.   Now Just download the .html file and upload it inside public_html in your domain to verify.
6.   Now after uploading the .html file inside your domain click on the verify button
7.   Hence Ownership verified!!!   

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Here Are the Steps for Submitting your Site to Google's index

-Log in to Google Search Console
-Enter Your Email Address
-Enter Your Password
-Select Your Website URL
-Copy Your Webpage URL into the Inspector Box
-Wait Patiently While Google Tests Your URL
-Get Confirmation that you Requested Indexing

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