• http://www.facebook.com/drew.pokoj Drew Pokoj

    I wonder what this data is based off of, I have a BRAND new site, launched about 2weeks ago.. and got it in the index by the next day. Currently it has 2,000 some pages that show up, as I am already starting to get a few hits per day via the SERPs, this new chart show 0 indexed pages for my site… odd.

    oh, and yes.. there is crawl data and search queries + clicks already in my webmaster tools

  • http://twitter.com/roseberry9 Tom Roseberry

    any idea if this includes all subdomains. You have to set up accounts for each separately in GWMT (though not Bing, which i like much better), but these index numbers look to be too high not to be inclusive of all subs.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/3AAUJHFOCWMBJXWJJZLHU42VKA Priscilla R. May

    You have to set up accounts for each separately in GWMT (though not Bing, which i like much better), http://BusinessInsiderWsj.blogspot.com

  • http://twitter.com/LoginRadius LoginRadius

    Interesting and userful … let me check it for my startup LoginRadius – which offers social infrastructure to businesses! Btw, they should come up something like this based on social networks, what do you think?

  • http://top5ives.blogspot.com/ Majid Ali

    Index Status is useful and interesting. I will check if it works for me.

  • Mike Miller

    I am seeing the same thing.  I did a site:www.sitename.com and saw 164,000 pages indexed, but according to GWT, I’m seeing 1.37mil.  I’m assuming subdomains are factored into this number, which almost makes this report useless

  • http://profiles.google.com/singh8954 singh 09

    Good news now we all can find how much google is indexing.What happened when some revamp their websites if redirect url will consider?

  • http://www.way2earning.com/ Suresh

    This is a great move by Google. I opine Index status helps webmasters to identify the redirected and 
    canonical pages. 

  • http://twitter.com/bsdeshmukh Babarao Deshmukh

    Gtalk is down… make a post on it… thanks

  • http://twitter.com/HP2Z23 Corina C.Ramirez

    Yes same here – its down from last 1 hour

  • http://twitter.com/roseberry9 Tom Roseberry

     Yeah, I could see that. I’m usually concerned with the site as a whole and was always annoyed that G WMT didn’t allow all subdomains to roll up to one “site” so i like that they’d show indexing across the entire domain. Though they should be consistent and an option of which way you’d prefer to configure would be nice too.

  • http://guymanningham.com/ Guy Manningham

    Great info. Google, you ellusive temptress! You always seems to change stuff just as I get up to speed.

  • http://guymanningham.com/ Guy Manningham

    Great info. Google, you ellusive temptress! You always seems to change stuff just as I get up to speed.

  • http://www.ninebyblue.com Vanessa Fox

    See edit in the article. I asked Google about subdomains and they said those numbers are only included if you’re looking at sitename.com (not if you’re looking at http://www.sitename.com). 

    Note that site: search numbers are notoriously inaccurate. How many pages does your site actually have?

  • http://www.ninebyblue.com Vanessa Fox

    See update in article: Google has told me that there is a lag in this data.

  • http://www.ninebyblue.com Vanessa Fox

    Redirects are included in the “not selected” number.

  • http://twitter.com/roseberry9 Tom Roseberry

     Thanks – Vanessa. it’s webmd.com. And i don’t really know. several million. however most of the bulk that’s not as easy to know for sure is on subdomains like forums.webmd.com. Just looking at the www. version in WMT is more URLs than we have, at least as i think of it. But now that i consider it more this is probably including all paginated URLs (page=2, page=3, etc.) so that would make sense.

    Anyway, greatly appreciate you asking the follow up and reposting.

    Tom

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    It’s always interesting to see your site through the eyes of Google. It may not be 199% accurate, but if you’re fairly confident your site has 10,000 pages and Google is only indexing 5,000 of them you know something is up.

  • http://www.devonwebdesigners.com/ Elizabeth Jamieson

    I wish they’d identify which pages are the ones included in the not selected category.

  • Mahendra Varma

    It was quite iteresting  and very useful information now we can get the site status very clearly.

  • Michael Carlin

    SO how do we lower the no selected count?  I can’t remove redirects or I’ll lose that link juice, I have no dupe content, and you say that even if I no-index tag pages and archives on WordPress that they will still be part of this number….