I'm determined to find a way to locate my pages that are in the supplementary index to analyse them.
Is there a way that I can get a list of my indexed pages by URL. Also, I want by URL the list of pages that are in the main index.
I'm trying to figure out which of my pages are only in the supplementary index. But, when I do these searches, site:www.domain.com and site:www.domain.com/* , I get results ten per page. To the analysis I want, I only want the URLs.
Is there a way to do that?
I've also started doing some analysis by hand. I went to webmaster tools, links, pages with external links and downloaded the list. Then, I did the same with the pages that have internal links.
I have 237 pages with external links and 256 pages with internal links. I have heard that the pages listed with no internal or external links are the ones that Google has relegated to the supplementary index. As background,
Search: "site:www.Time4Learning.com" Total listing: 560
Search: "site:www.Time4Learning.com/*" Main listing: 367
Subtract to get the supplementary listing: 193
So how does this 237 or 256 pages with links relate to the 367 pages in the main index?
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