How to Use:
- Enter the URL you want to check.
- Click Continue to get your results.
Quickly check how many pages you have indexed in Google with the Google Indexed Pages Checker.
What Are Indexed Pages?
Google is constantly scouring the Web for new content, new websites, and new pages on websites it already knows about. For each site, Google indexes each page that it crawls for future reference, and to be included in search results.
In order for a page to be listed in Google search results, it must first be indexed! When Google's bots crawl a website they create a cached copy of each page, and then adjust their indexes.
It is of course vitally important to have all of the content on your website indexed by Google in order to be included in their search results.
This tool will tell you exactly how many pages Google currently has indexed for your website. You can check a full domain or subdomain, and see how many pages have been included by Google.
If you have a large number of pages on your website, but Google is only reporting a few of them, it could signify a problem with your site that needs to be addresses. Ensuring that all of your content is properly crawled and indexed is absolutely vital to be listed in search results.