Site: command

What is Site:? – Definition

Site: is a command that enables you to check the number of indexed pages in the Google search engine of any site and see how it is displayed in search results.

The correct structure of the command looks as follows: site:example.com. It is worth adding that the site: command works well for small websites. The results for websites with thousands of pages may not be completely accurate, which is why it is worth consulting additional tools to verify the total number of pages.

Example of the Site: Command:

Site: command - definition

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