Updating google search results
Once you have the relevant property listed in your Webmaster Tools account, you can then ‘perform a fetch’ on any URL related to that property.
If your site is fetchable (you can also check if it is displaying correctly) you can then submit for it to be added to Google’s index.
Within seconds our story was the number one search result tied to the Chino Hills Earthquake. If you have a local business, with low search volume, your indexing rate will be slower – sometimes painfully slow. Let’s start with what the Googlebot is, plus the difference between indexing and crawling.
When I worked, in the publishing industry, our site would stream out new content, like a fire hose, and Google would quickly crawl it and index it almost instantaneously.
Our typical content outflow was over 100,000 words a month tied to new and unique articles.
You can also use Add URL with just a Google account, rather than adding and verifying a property to Webmaster Tools.
Simply add your URL and click to assure the service you aren’t a robot!