Google index checker

Check pages in bulk

The Essential Google Index Checker Tool for SEOs
to Check if Any Page is Indexed by Google.

Try with 50 free credits
1 credit = 1 check

Know when your new content gets indexed

Pages may take time to be indexed and are virtually invisible until then. Use IndexCheckr to track when your new content gets indexed.


Monitor your indexed pages for any change

Pages may get deindexed due to inadvertent changes, such as incorrect robot meta tags. This can significantly impact your site. Our index checker tool helps you monitor your pages to prevent such issues.


Check if your backlinks are indexed

Verify that your links are on indexed pages. Links on pages that are not indexed have no SEO value. User IndexCheckr to easily double check a page is indexed before placing a link.

Mads Singers - Seo Mastery Summit host

Screenshot of a project's pages with their indexing status
SEO expert Helvijs Smotek

It's a great tool that works incredibly well.

I had issues with Screaming Frog and other tools, while this one gets the job done.

I highly recommend to add IndexCheckr to your SEO toolkit.

Helvijs Smoteks
SEO expert, Founder MarketMeGood

Why Use Our Page Index Checker?

No subscription

Buy credits as you need. No recurring costs. Manage your spending easily. 1 check = 1 credit.

Domain index check

If a page is not indexed, the tool checks if its domain is indexed, at no extra cost. Backlinks from non-indexed domains are potentially harmful.

Connect with indexers

Connect with your favorite indexer and submit pages for indexation directly from IndexCheckr.

Recurring checks

Schedule regular checks of your pages at fixed intervals. Receive email reports for any changes in their indexing status.

Checks history

Each check is recorded, allowing you to see precisely when a page was indexed, or de-indexed (which may indicate low content quality).

Export all data

Export all statistics from your projects, or the indexing status of all pages within a project, to a CSV file.

Bulk page checking

Easily check large numbers of pages in bulk by pasting URLs, importing from CSV files, or using XML sitemaps.

Each URL undergoes two different checks for optimal accuracy.


Recurring checks

Set up recurring checks to receive email notifications for any changes.

Robot meta tag changes or other factors can inadvertently de-index pages, hurting your website's performance. Pages can also be de-indexed due to low-quality content, highlighting the need for a thorough review.

Our index checker tool lets you proactively monitor your pages and minimize these risks.

Submit pages for indexing

Connect IndexCheckr to your favorite indexer tool and directly submit non-indexed pages.

You can submit a specific page, or all non-indexed pages of a project with a single click.

We integrate with IndexMeNow, Omega Indexer, SpeedLinks, Links Indexer, and more to come.


Check history

Keep tabs on your pages' Google indexing status with time-stamped logs.

Our check history lets you track when your pages are indexed, showing how long it took, or if they are de-indexed, helping you identify potential content quality issues.


Export all data to CSV

You can export all your account data to CSV, including:

  • Global statistics across all projects, perfect for presentations.
  • All pages within a project, complete with status, date added, last check, and more.
  • All non-indexed pages, ideal for sharing with your content team to improve.
  • A specific set of pages selected manually.


  • 2 000 credits
  • $0.0075 per check
  • 10 000 credits
  • $0.0040 per check
  • 50 000 credits
  • $0.0025 per check
  • 200 000 credits
  • $0.0015 per check
Jean Luc L.

Very easy to use SEO tool. Very good price/service ratio.

Jean Luc L.Founder, SEO

(source Capterra)

Marek M.

Huge time saver. Very cost-effective way to check indexed links.

Marek M.Lead Generation Specialist

(source Capterra)

Paul W.

We are using this tool daily to check the indexing of new pages.

Paul W.Founder, Marketer

(source Capterra)

Try with 50 free credits
1 credit = 1 check

Common questions about IndexCheckr

The Fundamentals of Google Indexing

Google explores millions of websites daily, creating an 'index' for pages that catch its interest. However, not every website is automatically indexed. Google seeks out relevant content and topics to enhance the Search Engine Results Page (SERP) returned in response to users' queries.

This process can leave website owners and webmasters feeling anxious about whether their pages will be indexed on Google. This is where a Google index checker tool becomes invaluable. It enables users to check the indexing status of their pages or backlinks.

By using our tool, you can instantly determine if your pages are indexed by Google. Our tool empowers you to stay informed about your page's indexing status and conveniently schedule future checks, especially after making updates.

Take control of the indexing process with IndexCheckr and be sure your pages are ready for the digital spotlight.

How to Check Indexing Status in Google with IndexCheckr

Our process is quite simple, and the tool’s interface is beginner-friendly, so you’ll have no trouble navigating through it.

Once you sign up, you’ll see a left panel dashboard, and on the right side you’ll have insights into your projects.

IndexCheckr Dashoboard

To add a project, click on the ‘Add Project’ button at the top right of the dashboard and then follow the prompts:

  • Name - enter the name of the project
  • Description - add a description of the project (optional)
  • Add Pages - the bulk index checker field allows you to manually add specific pages, choose to import via a CSV file or via your own Sitemap
  • Recheck Period - choose the period if you want recurring checks
  • Email Notification - check the box if you wish to receive an email notification when the added pages are checked

When you fill in all details, just hit the ‘Create’ button, and the project will be visible in your dashboard with scheduled checks for all pages you’ve listed.

New Project

Google Page Index Checker Results

To check the status of each page you’ve listed in the project, just click on the project, and a full list of URL items will appear with the following data:

  • Creation Date - the date when you added the URL
  • Last Check Date - the last time IndexCheckr checked the URL
  • Re-Check Period - daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly re-checking cycles (if the option is turned on)
  • Status - the status of the URL
  • Actions - three types of options you can choose to do

When you conduct a Google index test for your project, the most important data here is Status’. The tool will check the URLs and report the following status:

  • Indexed - page is indexed
  • Not Indexed - page is not indexed, but other pages on the same domain are
  • Domain Not Indexed - no pages on the same domain are indexed

IndexCheckr Page Index Status

Next Steps after Checking your Pages

After reviewing the URLs of your projects and identifying those not indexed, the next step is to uncover the reasons behind Google's decision. In some cases, the culprit may be poor backlinks leading to your pages, while in others, it could be a lack of optimization with the right keywords and relevance.

In the latter situation, a thorough analysis of your pages is necessary for optimization. However, if the issue lies with poor backlinks, we have a solution. Utilize our bulk Google index checker tool to create a dedicated project. Input all the backlinks you've received and conduct a comprehensive check to identify backlinks that aren't indexed. It's crucial to ensure that the pages linking back to your website are indexed.

How to get Google Index your Pages

So you’ve checked which pages are not indexed, optimized them accordingly, and now it’s time to ask Google to make them visible.

For this step, you’d need the Google Search Console tool where your website is added and verified. Once you’re there, take your URLs and add them in the ‘inspect any URL in’ field at the top of your screen.

GSC inspect an URL

The Google indexed pages checker tool will then conduct its own scan and provide you with data about its status. Upon doing so, you will need to click on the ‘Request Indexing’ button.

GSC request indexing of a page

After that, once another scan is finished, a message will prompt stating ‘your URL is added to a priority crawl queue’.

GSC indexing of page requested

However, do note that it’s not advisable to do this often and with too many pages on your website. The best practices here are to fix any potential issue with your page or backlinks and then leave it up to Google to re-crawl and index itself.

Is Google indexing free?

Yes, adding pages to be indexed by Google is free, although you’d need to use the Google Search Console tool.

With Google Search Console, you can request indexing for the pages you wish to make visible. However, note that you'll need to do this individually, as the tool doesn't support bulk requests.

How do you check if a page is indexed in Google?

You can check the indexing status of a page by using IndexCheckr to see if it is visible in Google’s SERPs. Our tool allows you to check your website’s pages in bulk to see if they’re indexed, enables you to receive email notifications, and gives you the option to conduct recurring checks.

Furthermore, if you want to analyze your competitors' websites or verify whether the pages linking back to you are indexed, you can achieve this using our Google index checker tool. Simply create new projects to efficiently keep track of the data.