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How can I see what pages are indexed in Google?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by CorneliaAlan, Nov 22, 2018.

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    Hi, How can I see what pages are indexed in Google?
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    CorneliaAlan, Nov 22, 2018 IP
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  2. dcristo

    dcristo Illustrious Member

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    There is a number of ways you can check if a page has been indexed in Google.

    You can simply enter the URL in the Google search bar. If it's indexed the page will show in the search results.

    You can also enter a portion of text on the page with quote marks and if the page is indexed the page will show up.
     
    dcristo, Nov 23, 2018 IP
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    web2008 Active Member

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    just type in "site:yourdomain.com" and you´ll get a list of all indexed pages
     
    web2008, Nov 24, 2018 IP
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    dcristo Illustrious Member

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    You could do that and refine the search even more to find the exact page.
     
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    Use google search console, if you dont want type site:yoursite.com.
     
    isoft110, Nov 27, 2018 IP
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    If your website have limit number of pages, then you can check each page by using "cache" just like "cache:https://www.facebook.com"
    if you have large number of pages then you can check in your webmaster console under "coverage" then under "valid"
     
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    mmerlinn Notable Member

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    Say what?

     
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    Thank you all :)
     
    CorneliaAlan, Dec 6, 2018 IP
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    You can use below syntax for checking the indexing status of you site:-

    site:yoursite.com

    You will get the list of all pages of your site indexed by Google.

    Hope your query has been sorted out!

    Thanks!
     
    Shivani Shrivastav, Dec 6, 2018 IP
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    site:abc.com
     
    bradshaw, Dec 7, 2018 IP
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    Supposedly true. However when I do that Google only CLAIMS to have about 3,000 of my 13,000 pages indexed, but if I do a keyword search on Google, I find that Google has indexed most if not all 13,000 pages.
     
    mmerlinn, Dec 7, 2018 IP
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    MilesWeb Well-Known Member

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    For checking how many pages of your website are indexed in Google, you will need to use the Google indexed pages checker. It helps you to know which pages are currently being indexed by their bots crawlers. Below are the reasons for which your website needs to be indexed:
    • It is important for Google to find your website and create a cached or marked copy of each page of your website.
    • You website pages should be cached or indexed so that they can be included in Google’s search results.
    • If customers want to buy, they use Google search engines frequently prior to buying.
     
    MilesWeb, Dec 8, 2018 IP
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    Yes, you can type in 'site:yourdomain.com to get a list of all indexed pages. However, the result depends on what server the data is extracted from. Thus, the answer will vary ..
     
    Opa12, Dec 11, 2018 at 2:16 AM IP
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    Two ways are there. First way is site:your domain name. In this way any person check it. Second one is only site owners are checked. Reason is google webmaster not access to other persons.

    Google webmasters process.

    Go to webmasters -> Click on Website -> Google Index -> Index Status
     
    iprism, Dec 11, 2018 at 3:16 AM IP
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    A Google indexed pages checker can be used in the following way

    Enter your URL in the Google indexed pages checker
    The URL is the website that you are wishing to check about its ranking or webpage content value
    Click continue to receive the results of your scan
     
    Fahim Rah, Dec 11, 2018 at 2:53 PM IP
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    use info:www. domain .com and you will see if google has you listed and how it displays to users
     
    Winagain, Dec 11, 2018 at 4:18 PM IP
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    "site:yourdomain.com"
     
    Ian Murphy, Dec 12, 2018 at 3:07 AM IP
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    then she can use chrome browser or she can use seo quake chrome extension to see cached pages.
     
    arvindmjvind, Dec 12, 2018 at 11:06 PM IP