Website owners can now get their content indexed faster with the Bing search engine as it now allows “submitting of up to 10,000 URLs per day.”
This is a significant increase in the URLs submission with Bing is now crawling and indexing users content immediately.
With this change in place, site will now notfiy about the new pages, content changes, new outbound URLs directly to the Bing, instead of Bing frequently crawling, monitoring RSS, or other feeds.
“We believe that enabling this change will trigger a fundamental shift in the way that search engines, such as Bing, retrieve and are notified of new and updated content across the web,” Bing said.
Though, URLs will still be submitted via Bing Webmaster Tools and or through the Bing Webmaster Tools API.
Now, there will be no throttling like previously when sites were limited to submit 10 URLs per day and a maximum of 50 URLs per month.
The exact daily quota for a site will be based on the following factors:
- Site verified age in Bing Webmaster tool
- Site impressions
- “Other” signals from the Bing.
According to Bing, the longer a site is verified with Bing Webmaster Tools, the more URLs they are allowed to submit.
See the site verified age diagram below:
However, Bing says, site verified age is not the only signal used for determining the daily URL quota per site.
Webmasters can see their revised quota in the Bing Webmaster Tools under “Submit URLs.”
Within, this section, site owners will also be able to see the latest 1,000 URLs submitted.
Here is a screenshot of Bing Webmaster Tools adaptive URL submit option:
Alternately, site owners can also use “Get URL submission quota API” to see a daily URL submission limit for their sites.
Bing says, sites that are mapped to a sub-domain should note that the “daily URL quota is for them is allocated at the domain level and not at sub-domain level.”
Those, who need to submit over 10,000 URLs per day can contact Bing, who will then adjust the quoita as needed by them.
To submit URLs, site owners can now get started by logging into their Bing Webmaster Tools account, or alternately integrate Bing Webmaster APIs in their Content Management Systems.