How do I index more than 200 pages per day?

Boost your indexing journey by choosing a Pricing plan with a higher indexing limit. Whether you're managing numerous websites or dealing with one massive site with an abundance of pages, having a higher quota is the key to expedited progress.

With every batch of 200 quota, we provide you with a dedicated service account. This service account acts on your behalf within Google Search Console to index pages. Each service account comes with its unique email address, which can be seamlessly added as a user for any site property you choose to utilize it on.

Now, you may wonder how multiple tokens impact your daily auto indexing.

We've devised a smart distribution system that automatically allocates your available quota across the sites that have access to each individual service account. This means you have the flexibility to assign the service account to any properties you desire, and we'll handle the rest.

It's important to note that you don't need to add each account to every site. Our user-friendly access tool on the manage sites page allows you to cherry-pick where you want to deploy them.

For instance, if you have a daily quota of 400 pages, which equates to 2 service accounts, you can allocate them strategically. You might choose to assign one service account exclusively to a particular site, while the other service account can be spread across four other sites you own. In this scenario, one site would receive a daily quota of 200, while the remaining four would each receive 50.

Ultimately, the distribution of accounts is entirely up to you, but do keep in mind that each account has a quota of 200 pages. Your indexing efficiency is in your hands.

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