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Easiest way to check how many indexed pages for a domain?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ActionTaker, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    Hi,

    I have a list of domains where I'd like to sort them out so I remove the ones with less than 5k indexed pages. How do I do this the easiest rather than putting in site:domain.com a thousand times in google? Is scrapebox able to do this? I can't seem to find a function for sure.

    Good answers will be +repped.
     
  2. rugbyjack2005

    rugbyjack2005 Power Member

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    I don't fully follow the question? You can check indexed URLs in SB, just import and hit check indexed and select Google index. You can check domain or URL. You will need paid proxies though as otherwise you will get lots of failures.

    I don't know of a tool where you can just put a list of domain in and it will find all the backlinks and whether they are indexed or not though if that's what you mean
     
  3. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    I don't need to know if the page is indexed. I need to know how many pages are indexed per domain. I have a list of 2000 domains
     
  4. Smeems

    Smeems Regular Member

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    Other than the site: domain.com search, the SEOQuake Toolbar will tell you this on the page load.

    This is the Firefox version for BHW:

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    I: 407,000 - is the number of indexed pages.

    FF download: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/seoquake-seo-extension/
    Chrome download: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/seoquake/akdgnmcogleenhbclghghlkkdndkjdjc

    That's one way, but it would require you to open all of the domains. http://www.urlopener.com/index.php can help with this, if you can copy paste them in.

    Trying to think of an automated way, as in a task for a program. Will let you know if so.
     
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  5. ActionTaker

    ActionTaker Power Member

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    Thanks, Smeems. I repped you :)

    The best solution would just be to load the list of domains and then see the results.
     
  6. Smeems

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    You're very welcome.

    That's all I can think of now, but I'm sure there must be a program somewhere that can run this check for you. If it comes to mind, I'll let you know.
     
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  7. ActionTaker

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    I found out that SEOQuake toolbar can do it if you just ask it to compare a list of sites. Thanks a lot for the help!