Google Index Checker

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About this bot

In short: This bulk Google indexer tool checks if a set of URLs is indexed by Google.

Click to view the demo output data file.

Video tutorial

Watch me show the bulk Google index checker tool in action:

Why check Google index status 

This Google indexed pages checker allows users to quickly check a website’s indexation in Google Search. Our smart Google indexing 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.

The Google index rank 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 that call for optimization, making this Google index tool indispensable for carrying out SEO audits and keeping your websites touched up and SEO-relevant.

The Google page index checker tool can easily grab the following details:

  • URL
  • Google index (true / false)

How to check if a website is indexed by Google

  • Sign up on Botster
  • Go to the bot's start page
  • Enter your links to websites. Each URL must go on a new line
  • Click the "Start this bot" button

That's it – the Google index page checker tool has started its crawl!


URL matching

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 indexed, while the other one may not.


The Google indexing checker won't work with IP address-type URLs (e.g.

Software walkthrough

1. Open the Launch bot form.

Click on the "Start bot" button on the right-hand side of this page to open the spider's form:

2. Enter the details.

Give your "Job" a meaningful title, and optionally specify (or create) a project folder:

3. Enter your links.

⚠️ Each URL must go on a new line:

4. Specify time settings.

Tick the checkbox if you want the bot to check Google indexing status of your links on a regular basis:

Once you’ve ticked the checkbox, the available options will appear. You can set the Google site index checker to run:

  • every day
  • twice a day
  • once a week
  • twice a week

If no longer needed, the job can be stopped either manually or at a certain date specified in advance:

Tick ‘Deliver new items only’ if you want the Google website index checker to send you updates only:

5. Set up notifications.

Specify if you would like to receive a notification when the grabber completes the crawl:

6. Start the bot!

Click the "Start this bot" button on the right-hand side:

That's it! You will be taken to your "Jobs" section. The Google index checker software is now working and will notify you once it's done. 

Data output

After the Google index pages checker completes the job you can download your data as an Excel (XLSX), CSV or JSON file.

To use this bot you need to register or log in first.

Frequently asked questions

Open the website Google index checker’s start page, enter your site link, and launch the bot. In the results, you will be able to see if your site is indexed or not.

Open the start page of the Google index checker, bulk import the desired pages (make sure that each of them goes on a new line), and launch the bot. You can check up to 10,000 pages simultaneously.

Open the Google index site checker’s start page, enter the link to your blog, and launch the bot. In the resulting table, you’ll see if your blog is indexed on Google.

Yes, you can. Once the bot is done scraping, open your job and click on the Excel logo. The file will be automatically saved to your computer. Other formats available for download include CSV, JSON and Google Sheets.

No, it isn’t free, but the pricing is very attractive: as of 2023, checking one URL will cost you just 1,5 cents.

Endpoint: POST

Request body:

input string or array of strings (required)
URL list

cron string (optional)
Set periodicity with which the process should execute. Use cron format.
Example: 0 8 * * * - run every day at 8AM

new_items_only boolean (optional)
The file will contain only the new items that appeared since the latest data crawl.

Version history

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