Checking If Your Site is Indexed by Search Engines

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To see if search engines like Google and Bing have indexed your site, enter "site:" followed by the URL of your domain. For example, "".
By default, your homepage is indexed without the part after the "/" (known as the slug).
The results show all of your site's pages that have been indexed, and the current Meta Tags saved in the search engine's index. If none of your pages appear, it means that your site has not been indexed yet. 
If your site or page is not indexed, you can try the steps in this troubleshooting article.

Helping search engines crawl your site

It can take some time for search engines to crawl your site. This waiting period is the same for all websites, not just those created using Wix.
You can help search engines crawl and categorize your site by submitting your sitemap directly to Google or submitting individual pages.

Improving your ranking after your site is indexed

Once your site has been crawled and indexed, getting a higher ranking is the next big step. This is something that takes time and consistent effort, even for the most experienced SEO experts.
Some things you can do to improve your ranking are: 
Want to learn more about getting a higher ranking?
Read our article about SEO best practices.

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