Wix now supports IndexNow for Faster Content Indexing

We are excited to announce that Wix, the leading cloud-based web development platform, is now supporting IndexNow for all  millions of Premium Wix sites. Wix automatically notifies IndexNow of new, updated, and deleted URLs this means that Wix customers can now quickly reflect their latest content changes in search engines search results and allowing them to drive more customers to their sites. No further action necessary from SEOs or site owners.

“We’re excited to release the integration with IndexNow as part of our collaboration with Microsoft Bing,” said Einat Hoobian-Seybold, Product Lead at Wix. “This integration marks yet another step in our dedication to providing users with exceptional out-of-the-box SEO solutions, simplifying the process of promoting their websites quickly and effortlessly.”

IndexNow is an initiative by major search engines to provide a simple and standardized way for websites to notify them of their content change. Instead of relying on crawling or sitemaps, which can be slow or incomplete, websites can send a single HTTP request to the IndexNow API with the URL of the content they want to index. The search engines then process the request and update their indexes accordingly.

IndexNow adoption continues to gain momentum as more websites and platforms adopt the protocol. Today, more than 60 million websites are publishing over 1.4 billion URLs per day to the IndexNow API. Now 12% of all new URLs clicked in web search results are first discovered in IndexNow. By using IndexNow, you are able to efficiently share website updates with Bing, Yandex, Seznam.cz, and now Naver.com.

We are thrilled to welcome Wix to the IndexNow community and look forward to seeing how their customers leverage this powerful feature to grow their online presence and business. To learn more about IndexNow and how it works, visit https://www.indexnow.org/. To start using Wix with IndexNow, visit https://www.wix.com/.

Fabrice Canel
Principal Program Manager
Microsoft Bing