Check if a Web Page Has Been Indexed (Google Tool)

Checking if a web page has been indexed is easy. What you’ll need to do:

  1. Copy the URL
  2. Paste the URL in the form field
  3. View Results

You can check if a page has been indexed using the form field below.

When a page has been indexed

You’ll see this message:

This is Google’s cache of URL HERE. It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on DATE GMT. The current page could have changed in the meantime.

Indexing a Web Page is Important

Getting a web page on your site indexed is important. This happens automatically if you’re building your website correctly.

It’s also important to ensure your directory listings and other web properties (like business directories) are also being indexed (to take advantage of as many ranking signals you can).

Check if Your Webpage is Currently Indexed

  • Do not include http:// in your URL
  • Do not include https:// in your URL

Getting Your Links Indexed

It’s important to not let your unindexed pages remain unindexed… Here’s the best method to get your links indexed in minutes.

2 Comments on “Check if a Web Page Has Been Indexed (Tool)

  1. Britanica

    I recently started looking into doing stuff like this and had no idea there was such a simple tool to check the index of my pages. I am going to use this and make sure everything on my blog is working as it should. Bookmarking this as well. I could always use simple tools like this to double check things for me.

  2. Brit Myers

    Great tool! I was just reading and article about indexing pages and their impotence on a a business blog I follow. He explained everything you did but did not include how to do it easier. I really appreciate that. Anything that can save time is worth investing in I always say!


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