How do you know if you're blog has been indexed by Google?

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  1. GiJoe

    GiJoe Newbie

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    Just curious is anyone knows, I'm not sure.

    Thanks.
     
  2. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Regular Member

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    Search "yourblogurl.com" on Google in quotes just like that and see if your domain comes up.

    Or search site:yourblogurl.com and see if it comes up then.
     
  3. Virus1

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    search as follows.

    site:yoursitename.com

    if you do this
    site:www.yoursitename.com I believe you will not be shown subdomains.

    with the www-- does not show you subdomains indexed
    without www --- shows everything including subdomains
     
  4. SyZygy

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    So let's say that you are the owner of a new domain called "blackhatworld.com", the first thing which you could do to see if the pages are indexed or not is to enter this in to Google:

    site:blackhatworld.com

    Google will then show you how many pages are indexed, those pages which will not show in the results are still not indexed and should take a few weeks to do so.

    If you would like that all your pages index faster, then try to interlink them. In other words, in Post A mention the Post B and link to it using it's keyword. If google will crawl Post A he will see that you linked to Post B and crawl him also, thus help you in indexing the pages faster.
     
  5. raven123

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    just write your domain name in google. If it comes up - congratulations. If not - you should wait a couple of more days. But if it's taking over a week - that usually means you have a problem. If that happens - Try indexing it over at indexkings and pinging it at pingfarm. Also improve your on-page seo. Thepiratebay is loaded with free reasorses, and BHW even more!
     
  6. boy_ayrots

    boy_ayrots Newbie

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    To add to that, just build a few basic links back to it on popular sites and you'll be picked up in no time.
     
  8. im phnz

    im phnz Registered Member

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    You simply need to type: site:yourwebsite on Google