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What Search Engine Databases am I in?

Discussion in 'All Other Search Engines' started by Such Great Heights, Jul 13, 2004.

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    What is the easiest way to check/tell if you are in a certain search engine's database?

    I know Google you can just type in the URL, but what about all the other search engines.

    Lets say I wanted to show a client that a certain page ( ie. www.domain.com/page1.php ) is in as many search engine databases as you can be.
    OR
    Lets say a client wanted to know how many search engine databases their press release page ( www.domian.com/pressrelease1.php ) is available in.
    SEMrush
    Is there a tool that checks all the databases?
    Is there a manual way I can do it?
    searching just the URL doesn't always seem to work.

    Thanks in advance for your help and advice.

    - Sean
     
    Such Great Heights, Jul 13, 2004 IP
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  2. Such Great Heights

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    nobody knows the answer, or at least a suggestion? :(
     
    Such Great Heights, Jul 14, 2004 IP
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    I would always do a phrase search for something that's going to be reasonably unique to the page or combine a phrase search with a company/author name. That generally narrows the results sufficiently to check if you're listed easily.

    Mick
     
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    I was thinking maybe if I could get a listing of all the spiders/robots that visited a certain URL I could then determine which databases that URL would be in.

    I was hoping I wouldn't have to manually go to every search engine and check though.

    That link popularity tool isn't exactly the greatest answer for this, but I guess it does check with the major search engines.

    I've used it before, but didn't think to use it for this purpose.

    Thanks for the suggestions. Any others?
     
    Such Great Heights, Jul 15, 2004 IP
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    Do you have access to your server logs?
     
    l0cke, Jul 15, 2004 IP
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    In google you can check your whole site pages site:domain.com. You will find all your site page listed . If you want to search your site only you can do so by site:domain.dom keyword
     
    megri, Jul 15, 2004 IP