In short: This bot checks if a set of URLs is indexed by Google, Bing, Yahoo and Yandex.
Click to view the demo output data file.
This bot that allows to quickly check a website’s indexation in several search systems: Google, Bing, Yandex and Yahoo. This tool grants SEO experts who simultaneously work with multiple websites a convenient way to check whether a certain website is currently indexed, singling out the resources that still require some refinement SEO-wise.
You can check up to 10 000 lines in one run.
Watch me show the tool in action:
How to check indexation on Google?
Just assign a name to the current task, input all URLs that you’d like to be checked and choose if you’d like to receive notifications via e-mail, Slack or Telegram.
After launching the bot and waiting for a little, you’ll receive a notification with the results. The results contain the website’s URL and a table that shows whether or not a website is indexed in
The bot will return true if a document is found on search and false if it's unindexed.
When entering data and evaluating your results, keep in mind that
are two different URLs (mind the trailing slash), which is why one of them may be index, while the other one may not.
The bot won't work with IP address-type URLs (e.g. http://220.127.116.11/)
View your data online or download it as an Excel, CSV or a JSON file.
Why is this useful?
Google Indexation Checker enables SEO experts to quickly scan through the websites they are working on, pinpointing the ones that haven’t been indexed by certain search systems. This highlights the areas which call for optimization, making this bot indispensable for carrying out SEO audits and keeping your websites touched up and SEO-relevant.
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