Free Search Engine Indexed Pages Checker

This tool checks both Google & Bing to determine the number of indexed pages.

How to Check Your Website’s Indexed Pages

You’ve worked hard to build a great website. But if no one can find it, your work is all for nothing. That’s why it’s important to know how many of your web pages are actually being indexed by search engines like Google and Bing. Here’s how you can find out exactly how many pages are showing up in Google or Bing’s index:

What is the Google index?

The Google index is the list of all the web pages that Google has crawled and indexed. It’s not a list of all the web pages on the internet, or even all relevant pages for your search.

The reason we say this is because sometimes you might think a page isn’t in your Google index but actually it’s just that it wasn’t crawled by Google yet!

How to get your pages indexed by search engines

  • Create a sitemap. A sitemap is a document that lists all of your site’s pages, as well as other important information about those pages. Search engines use this information to crawl your website and determine which pages are most relevant to their users’ queries.
  • Build backlinks to your pages (from high-quality sites). When other sites link back to yours, it tells Google that your content is relevant and useful–and makes those places more likely to show up in search results for related queries!
  • Put the important pages in the menu bar at or near the top of every page on your site (not just at the bottom). This ensures that people who visit will find what they want right away.

Make sure your content is accessible, readable and easy to navigate. This means using proper spelling and grammar, writing in a clear style that’s simple but not overly simplistic (avoid “textspeak”!), avoiding jargon and buzzwords, making sure images have alt text if they can’t be seen by screen readers etc.

Use Google Analytics to track your site’s traffic, conversions and other key metrics. This will help you understand what works, what doesn’t work, and why.

Make sure your site is mobile-friendly. Google now gives sites higher rankings if they’re mobile-friendly, making it easier for people to find what they’re looking for on their phones.

Keep your website’s design consistent across all devices. If you have a desktop site and a mobile site, make sure they’re both easy to use by anyone who visits them—and that they don’t look like two totally different sites!

How to check the number of indexed pages manually on Google

To check the number of indexed pages manually on Google, go to Google search and type “” in the search box.

This will show you how many pages are indexed on Google for your website. You can also check if an important page on your website is missing from the Google index, or the opposite: if there are pages which appear which you don’t want to show to your visitors.

Use Google Search Console to check your indexed pages

To check the indexed pages on your website, you’ll need to access Google Search Console.

Once you’re in Search Console, click “Pages” in the left-hand sidebar of your screen. This will show you a list of all of your site’s pages with information about when they’ve been crawled by Googlebot and whether or not they’ve been indexed by it. For the pages which are not indexed, Google shows you the specific reason, so you can look into it more and correct any possible mistakes.

Use Bing Webmaster Central to check the indexed pages

To check the indexed pages on Bing, you will need to use Bing Webmaster Central. The first step is to create an account on Bing Webmaster Central (it’s free).

Once you’ve logged in, click on “Search Performance” at the top of your screen and then select the site you want to check. This will bring up a page with a chart. The overview chart helps to track the trends in Clicks, Impressions, Average CTR (click-through rate), Average position, Crawl requests, Crawl errors and Indexed pages for your website for (up to) the past 6 months.

How to use our free indexed pages checker

To check the number of indexed pages on your website, follow these steps:

  • Enter your website URL in the box above.
  • Click “Submit.” The results will show how many indexed pages there are on Google and Bing.


Google and Bing are the two most popular search engines in the world, but they aren’t the only ones out there. It’s important to check your indexed pages on other search engines as well, so that you can make sure that your site is being seen by as many people as possible. The best way to do this is with our free tool–just enter your website address above!