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what does "Pages in URL" mean?

Discussion in 'Keyword Tracker' started by netprofits, Oct 21, 2004.

  1. #1
    under the backlinks section, what does the column for "pages in URL" stand for?
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    netprofits, Oct 21, 2004 IP
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  2. digitalpoint

    digitalpoint Overlord of no one Staff

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    It's the number of pages that Google knows about within your URL. For example www.digitalpoint.com would be the number of pages in that site that Google knows about.
     
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    Some of mine say 1 when i know google knows there are at least 15
     
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    It's only updated when back links show a new figure.
     
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    So if my link is in my sig, wouldn't my back links constantly change? Or don't those count. Either way, I should have more back links now. I've submitted the site into directories and such.
     
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    It only reports what Google reports with the link: operator.
     
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    Ok... my bad. It's the pages in URL that is screwed up with mine.
     
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    so after all of that, the pages in url means that is the number of pages Google has indexed fm the site?

    I have a site that for some reason only has 1 page in url, while other sites I do have all (ro near all) of them indexed. Anyone help out?

    If it helps, the url is free-flooring.com
     
    netprofits, Oct 22, 2004 IP
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    ahhhhh.... now it shows 0 pages in URL - does that mean the site is not indexed or dropped form the indexed? It still shows a Pagerank of 5 so I'm guessing the site cannot be banned... any help?
     
    netprofits, Oct 28, 2004 IP