After Google’s spiders crawl a website, the next step is to index it. Indexing entails processing each page and compiling an index of the words and key content tags and attributes. An indexed page is any page that Google has processed in that way. In other words, it’s a page that has been read and understood by Google, has been added to Google’s searchable index, and now may be found via search. With Google Search Console, you can tell Google to index specific URLs.