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How many pages are listed for my site?

How can i check?

     
7:40 am on Apr 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Hello all, ok i tried a search but couldnt find anything...

I know there is a string that you can type into google search to see how many pages of a site are indexed by google.. Anyone know it?

Thanks

7:50 am on Apr 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

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-asdfgh site:www.domainname.com

This should do your work.
7:51 am on Apr 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Cheater,

There are several different ways to do it. One easy way is to mix inurl and site syntaxes. For example, if I wanted to find the count of pages indexed for Webmasterworld.com, I would do this:

site:webmasterworld.com inurl:webmasterworld

the syntax is:

site:[[domain.suffix]] inurl:[[domain]]

Make sense?

RBuzz

8:27 am on Apr 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Got it.. Thanks Guys!
8:33 am on Apr 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

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For large sites the pinpoint accuracy of these methods is suspect:

site:webmasterworld.com inurl:webmasterworld ...about 52,500

-asdfgh site:www.webmasterworld.com ...about 57,700
-qwertyasdfgzxcvb site:www.webmasterworld.com ...about 51,600
webmasterworld site:www.webmasterworld.com ...about 52,400

I tend to like the one that gives the biggest number.

8:41 am on Apr 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Webmasterworld is an exception case! The negative search which i mentioned works on the assumption that the word does not appear in the page. Anyways i try to go for the smaller no.