Adding a website to Google Search Engine is highly important for every website. Why? This is the only way for your website to be seen by all Google's users. There are few ways to do it.
How it works
There are few methods that can be used to do it. Some of them are based on waiting until Google does it itself. Then it doesn't actively concern you, you don't have to do anything but wait until Google finds your website and adds it to the database (Google Public DNS). Unfortunately you can lose precious time. It can take up to 30 days till your page will be recognized. Can you afford it?
You can speed up the procedure a little bit by including links to the newly created page in posts on social network forums. It will hasten the whole process.
Adding a Website to Google Search Engine Independently
If you have no time to waste you can do it yourself instead of giving your interests in someone else’s hands. And it is super easy. Another method is to use the tools offered by Google, like the form, which is a part of Google Webmaster Tools.
It is available free of charge to anyone who owns Google account, uses Gmail or YouTube. All Google services are interconnected, so you only need one active service in order to benefit from Google's additional tools. As you can see above the form is easy to fill up. Just the url address of the website is needed and confirmation that you are not a robot. That's it. It works quickly. Usually in the matter of seconds you receive Google answer that the website was added (if everything went ok). Congratulations! It means that your website is now out there in the Internet available to be seen and waiting to be found.
Something went wrong
Of course Google informs us that the procedure may take some time. As I said above usually it doesn't take long but it doesn't mean that it will always happens without any problems. Google protects it's right to refuse any motion. It is written that not all url addresses will be added and it may take some time. You have to be aware of that there is a chance that the process will fail.
Tell me if you find it useful. Maybe you have other experiences with procedure described above?