Google now allows you to submit URLs to their index directly in the Google search results page. You should have to simply search for "submit URL to Google" and Google will show a box at the top of the search results that enables you to submit a URL to Google's index.
Previously, you needed to submit URLs to Google inside the Google Search Console or at the submit URL form, but now you can do it within the results with little exertion. With the help of this tool, you can now submit any URL you need to the Google index. Google will then survey and check whether they need to list the URL and show it in their indexed lists. Obviously, submitting a URL to Google for consideration in their search index does not mean it will be incorporated into the index, and it will be appeared in their rankings.
This tool will help you submit any URL you need, yet it doesn't ensure that you will really get it through. Google still needs to audit the URL and check whether they need to record it and show it in the query items. In this manner, just submitting it, in the search results box or by means of the regular submission forms, does not mean your link will be added into the index or it will be appeared in the rankings.
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