Indexing is the process by which search engines organize and store information about webpages in their databases, making it possible to retrieve relevant results for user queries. Once search engine crawlers have discovered and crawled webpages, the information collected is analyzed and indexed based on various factors such as keywords, content, meta tags, and relevance to specific search queries. Indexed pages are then ranked and displayed in search engine results pages (SERPs) when users enter related search queries.

During the indexing process, search engines analyze the content and structure of webpages to determine their relevance and importance for specific search queries. Factors such as keyword relevance, content quality, user experience, and backlink profile influence how pages are indexed and ranked in search results. Website owners can optimize their webpages for indexing by creating high-quality, relevant content, optimizing on-page elements such as title tags and meta descriptions, and building a strong backlink profile to improve authority and credibility. By ensuring that their webpages are properly indexed and optimized, website owners can improve their visibility and ranking in search engine results and attract more organic traffic to their website.

Also see: Organic traffic, Paid search, Pay-per-click (PPC), Google Analytics, Google Search Console, Bing Webmaster Tools, Schema markup, Rich snippets