How Many of My Website Pages has Google Indexed?

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The Google search engine may copy your website pages to store for quick reference. Find out how many…

And how do you find out?

Google (and other search engines), are constantly out on the internet looking at your pages and making copies of them on their own servers, so the results come up very quickly for their users.

How many pages are indexed?

As a web site owner or manager it is very important for you to know just how many pages they have indexed as obviously the more the better. If not many or no page have been indexed, you need to find out why so you can do something about it.

Use my fully interactive Tutorial to find out

I’ve written a fully interactive Tutorial to show you a simple step-by-step method to find out how many of you page are indexed by the main search engines.

You’ll also be able to find how how often Google is coming back and look at the version of your page they have stored.

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How Many of My Website Pages has Google Indexed? — 3 Comments

  1. As per your comment:
    “You also can append ‘&start=990&filter=0? to the site command and google will begin its search at page 990.”
    I tried using this but it shows:
    “Sorry, Google does not serve more than 1000 results for any query. (You asked for results starting from 990.)”

    m i doing something wrong here, kindly guide..thanks

    Cheers
    Neha

  2. While the site command will provide the # indexed paqes & list for a URL top-level domain, it is at best an estimate.

    The most accurate way to determine any gap in indexed pages is to generate a XML sitemap and compare it to what you find through the site command.

    You also can append ‘&start=990&filter=0′ to the site command and google will begin its search at page 990.

    This added search parameter should be performed on a second site command search and compared with the original site command for the variance.

    Good article!

    • Hi Al,
      Many thanks for your comments, and top-up to the information I had given. I agree that the site command information is a bit of an estimate but a useful guide. Your append point is very useful. Many thanks.

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