How to check if your backlinks are indexed in Google with Index Checker?
What is Index Checker?
Index Checker is a tool that helps you quickly and easily discover whether or not your latest backlinks are indexed in Google.
Doing it yourself poses many risks, including your IP address being blocked by Google. Index Checker uses a proxy-based system so you can instantly check up to 100 URLs at once, with minimal work required from you.
Once you received the results, you will be able to send the unindexed URLs to our Link Indexer tool, which you can read more about here.
How to use Index Checker?
From the TOOLS menu, under Other Tools, select Index Checker.
Click on the blue + button at the top right of the page, enter the URLs that you want to check and click Check Links. Note you can check up to 100 URLs at one time.
Note you can use our Backlinks Explorer tool to check the backlink profile of a particular website or domain. You can read more about this tool here.
You can view the results of Index Checker in the history section of the tool. Click on the three dot icon on the right and you will have to the option to view the results, re-run the check, add/edit a note to the results and delete the results.
On the results page, you will be able to see the number of links that were checked, the number of links that are indexed in Google and the number of links that are not indexed in Google. From here, you can send Not Found links to Link Indexer so they can be indexed by Google.
Click on the three dot icon at the top right of the result and you will have the option to extract the result of the check as a CSV file.
Updated on: 28/12/2021