URL inspection with Google for better SEO

Google offers a URL inspection tool to have your webpage indexed on the Google Search engine. This will ensure that Google knows about your new or existing webpage. The Google URL Inspection tool can be found here: Open Google URL Inspection Tool.  There may be obvious benefits to having your page visible by Google.


You may want to inspect a url on your website when there are changes or if you have a new web page.

This is from Google (https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9012289#enhancements):

URL Inspection Tool

About the URL Inspection tool

The URL Inspection tool provides information about Google’s indexed version of a specific page. Information includes AMP errors, structured data errors, and indexing issues.

Common tasks:

  • See the current index status of a URL: Retrieve information about Google’s indexed version of your page. See why Google could or couldn’t index your page.
  • Inspect a live URL: Test whether a page on your site is able to be indexed.
  • Request indexing for a URL: You can request that an URL be crawled (or recrawled) by Google.
  • View a rendered version of the page: See a screenshot of how Googlebot sees the page.
  • View loaded resources list, JavaScript output, and other information: See a list of resources, page code, and more information by clicking the more information link on the page verdict card.