Google Search : How to Check Which Pages of your Website or Blog Have Been Crawled and Indexed - The Simple Way To Do It !

Jasper B. from Quezon City DM'd TP this query via Twitter yesterday:
"TechPinas, regarding Google Search: How do I know which pages of my blog are already being included in search results and how do I know when Google last crawled my site and indexed new pages of my blog?"

Hi Jasper!

There are several ways to do that. But here's what I do to check which pages of TP have been indexed by Google Search. It's quite simple a process, really.

1. Go to

2. On the search box, type in site:(your site's URL without www) - e.g.

3. The results show all the pages from your site or blog that have already been crawled and indexed by Google Search.

4. To know which of your most recent entries have already been crawled, click on first link below the search box to open search options:

5. Choose the timeframe you think would have given Google enough time to crawl your most recent posts. If the post you're checking on is included in the results, it's obviously been crawled and indexed by Google Search.

Easy, right?

Thanks for the inquiry!

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  2. ^

    Thanks for checking out TP. :)

    I'm glad you like this post.

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