How to Quickly Check For Domain Index Count in Bulk Using SerpBook

If you are doing SEO on a large scale, you need a systematic approach to your SEO or you will run into a serious bottleneck situation. Since I use a lot of expired domains and domains, keeping track of indexation is important as it’s an indication of how Google gauges each site. To make the process quick and painless, I use a rank tracking site called SerpBook.com to efficiently track the indexation count using its nifty bulk upload feature. If you are using SerpBook, you can follow these easy steps.

1) Login to SerpBook.com and create a category. Using its bulk upload feature, type in the following format for multiple domains.

domain1.com:site:domain1.com
domain2.com:site:domain2.com
domain3.com:site:domain3.com
domain4.com:site:domain4.com
domain5.com:site:domain5.com
domain6.com:site:domain6.com
domain7.com:site:domain7.com

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2) Once added, you’ll instantly see whether the domain has been indexed by Google or not.

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3) If you want to extract the data for the exact number of index count for each domain, you can download the data in a JSON format. You can hire a programmer from Upwork to create a database and generate a custom report.

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by Steven Kang

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