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How can I see what pages are indexed in Google?

Discussion in 'Local SEO' started by oorjaclinic, Jun 2, 2017.

  1. oorjaclinic

    oorjaclinic Newbie

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    Hello every one please ask me how can I see what pages are indexed in Google?
     
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    Go to google searchbox and type site:yourdomain.com
     
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    It's easy oorjaclinic. You can use google search console or the command site: your url
     
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    Use Google search console or you can search on the Google url:your site.
     
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    1. Enter your URL in the Google indexed pages checker.
     
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    You can use Google index tool.
     
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    Like these guys said you can use simple google operators

    go to google and type site:yoururl

    if you have lot of urls i would suggest scrapebox.
     
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    Depending on the amount of URLs you can

    - use google search console for large amount of URLs

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    - google -> site:url for smaller amount of URLs


    Google Search Console has more insights so I would recommend to register and use this solution.
     
  9. buysoundcloudlikes

    buysoundcloudlikes Registered Member

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    You can put "domain.com" in the Google search bar.
     
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    type in the google search bar --> Site: Domain.com

    replace the domain.com with your actual domain you want to search up.
     
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    Try Site : yourdomain.com

    Or take a quick look on GSC
     
  12. Initial Effort

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    1. In Google Search Box, you can type in the command with your domain name. Example "site:domain.com"
    2. Through Google Webmaster tools