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  1. uglygit

    uglygit Active Member

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    Is there a way of extrapolating a list of google indexed urls for a site ? , my arcade site has 2485 pages of which only 1570 are indexed by google, doing a site:domain.name gives results at 10 a page but the arcade page numbers are all mixed up. I've been comparing pages indexed against my sitemap to see whats missing but its taking forever. I'd be grateful if anyone knows of a quicker way of getting a google indexed sorted list. thanks
     
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  3. golddiggerguy United Kingdom

    golddiggerguy Well-Known Member

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    Not sure what you mean entirely but if you want more of your site indexed then I would say placing links to the main sub-pages that aren't indexed onto other sites as a back links.
    Then Google will pick it up straight away rather than having to crawl to it.



    So yeah PLUG the main pages not indexed on your site. ;)
    And I've just re-indexing your games site for you here

    Also just to add as an extra thing but to step aside a bit Google won't show all your websites back links.(i read somewhere) so they hold back on some of the links they have got listed.

    Yahoo does show you all the links though..... use something like (can't remember what it is at the moment) linkurl: sitelink: ????
     
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  4. uglygit

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    Thanks G,

    Some of the content on my game pages have duplicate content as some other arcade sites, I wanted to find out which pages had the dupe content i.e. not being indexed and correct the problem.

    On another note can I post a link to pagerank.me.uk on the arcadem forums , I think the guys could find your service beneficial. :)
     
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    Yes no problem.
    Also the Search Engine site too if you want, as thats free anyway.
     
  6. uglygit

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    just had a thought, if I were to place a footer link to my sitemap.txt, this would speed up the process would'nt it ? or would I need to covert the sitemap to html so the spiders can read it.?
     
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    Not sure if that would help at all.
    I would post sub category links myself as your site does have a lot of pages and sections.
    Try one thing sit back and see what happens after a week. If it's not worked try something else.

    One of the most important things with SEO is sitting back and waiting. ;)
     
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    Its not just seeing which pages are indexed in Google but which pages are listed in the main or supplemental indexes, try here for tips on how to find supplemental pages.

    If you adjust your search preferences you can see upto 100 results. ;)
     
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    Agreed but doing the right things and then waiting is key! ;)
     
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    Well that goes with out saying. Bit silly doing the wrong things ;)
    And you find that out by waiting with trial and error whats wrong and right.
     
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    I once had difficulty getting some really deep pages of a site indexed so i setup a simple script that randomly rotated a given number of URLS from a text file on my homepage.

    The PHP was as simple as:

    Code:
    <?php
    
       $aArray = file('textfile.txt');
    
       shuffle($aArray);
    
       
    
       for($i=0;$i<8;$i++){
    
           echo $aArray[$i] . '<br>';
    
       }
    
    ?> 
    Then in your text file simply put:

    <a href="">Link</a>
    <a href="">Link 2</a>

    This example would pull 8 random lines from the text file so make sure there are no spaces and blank lines in the list of links.
     
  12. uglygit

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    Thanks BFTUK,

    I'm going to try the script out on another site I'm setting up, i've been waiting for more than three weeks for the rest of the content to get indexed, with a few odd minor changes to descriptions and title but to no avail.
     
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    you can export a list of google indexed pages using something like
    gsitecrawler - its a sitemap tool, but has some useful features.. (beware it can be a little slow on the larger sites)
     
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    Thanks for the link Stevie, I'll be sure to check it out when I get back to the ranch.
     
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