It can take a little while before Google comes along and starts to index your blog and add it to their search engines.
Just because we:
- Add the Google XML sitemap plugin
- Verify our blog via Google’s Webmaster tools
- Add numerous blog posts each week
- Ping numerous directories
- Add internal links
- Build external backlinks
BUT…have you ever looked at the stats to see exactly what Google has indexed on your blog?
You may be surprised with the difference.
As of today, I have 342 different URL’s in my site map.
Google has only indexed 271.
That’s a difference of 71.
Seventy-one of my blog posts / pages have yet to be indexed by Google.
But how do you find out which ones?
With this software tool…
Check out the video and see how easy it is to determine which of your blog posts and pages are not indexed by Google.
When I first ran the tool on this blog I had over 120 of my posts un-indexed. But you can see from the results below, all the most recent blog posts and pages HAVE BEEN INDEXED:
But I do still have 71 ‘old’ blog posts not indexed.
Why have the most recent ones been indexed and the older ones haven’t?
I can only put it down to another tool I have been using recently…I’ll tell you about it later this week.
But for now, if you want to see which of your blogs’ posts are not indexed, grab this inexpensive tool: