How to Check Articles being Indexed by Google or Not

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Apr 12, 2022
A blog must appear on search results. To do so, the article must be indexed properly by Google. You need to know whether the article is being indexed properly or not.

Many people are curious and have some questions after publishing an article like, Is the article indexed or not? How to check it? etc.

And the answer is, Yes you can check it. There are several ways to do it and we are going to describe them one by one.

1: Write Page Title​

An easy way to check it is via searching the title of a page in the Google search engine. This will result in showing all pages with the same page titles. You have to find your article in it. It may be on the first page or the second or third. If it's showing just like in the photo above, then it means your article is indexed. Otherwise, check it via other ways described below.

2: Write Page URL​

The most easiest and effective way to check an article is just simply to write the full URL of the article in the google search engine and search it. Since multiple article URLs cannot be the same, you will get the results as shown in the picture above. If you get nothing then it means that the article is still not indexed.

3: Write Site URL​

Another direct way to search the article is by searching with the attribute "". You can filter the search results using the syntax described below;
"How to Remove --> on Custom Blogger Templates"

Just make sure the title is written within quotation marks so that you get what you inquired about.

If it's not indexed then yet then there is no need to worry about that. We will get some help from the Google Search console. Just make sure you are on this URL

4: Google Search Console​

Add your site property if still not added. Copy the article URL and put it on the search bar at the top of the page. If the article is indexed then it will be shown as in the picture above and if not then the following will be displayed;

All you have to do is click on "REQUEST INDEXING". It will add your article to the priority queue to index.

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