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How do I find out how many pages google has indexed in my site

Discussion in 'Google' started by Ckrismoney, Apr 27, 2010.

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    I was checking my site in google but it only shows a few pages, than it shows my digg submissions and other sites with my site name in them.

    How do I find out how many url's google has indexed in my site!

    Thanks in advance!
    SEMrush
     
    Ckrismoney, Apr 27, 2010 IP
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  2. sadeeqbao

    sadeeqbao Peon

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    I think you may find it on googlec.com/webmastertools
     
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    Whatever Google shows on index:domain.com command and in Webmaster Tool, that's all we have, Google just limit showing them..
     
    WishBone, Apr 27, 2010 IP
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    To check how many pages indexed by Google is site:Your URL
    EXP: site:www.google.com
     
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    Sxperm Notable Member

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    Respectfully I think the correct command is site:domain.com not index:domain.com. As WishBone already said you can also view indexed page through Google Webmaster Tools. I would recommend you refer to number in GWT instead of number showing in site: command.
     
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    yeah you could see all the pages that has been index on your google webmaster tools. You could also submit your sitemap there
     
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    You can just use the firefox addon - seoquake, it shows the total number of pages being indexed
    However, if you want to check the indexed link individually, then search with Site:URL
     
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