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Google announced Wednesday a new way to submit individual URLs for Google search indexing. Submitting links through google's Webmaster Tools allows links to be crawled by Googlebot and submitted for inclusion into Google searches. This can help your site increase search engine rankings and is a must for any new website.

The Fetch as Googlebot Feature is a simple process in which you can submit a single URL or a URL and all its included links. Submission can now be done easily and up to 50 URLs a week. The following video demonstrates how easy it is too add links to Google with the Fetch as Googlebot feature.

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