Google offers lot of search operators to get your results quickly. Site: Search is one of the useful operators for webmasters and website owners. The purpose of site: search operator is to display all the indexed pages of your site. This is a very helpful tool to find the status of your indexed pages whenever you notice a sudden drop in your site’s traffic. It is highly recommended to use this operator to check whether your site is indexed or not, before you raise reconsideration request with Google.
You can see the number of pages indexed along with the search results.
Syntax of Site: Search Operator
It is possible to search for domain, subdomain and directories of your site exclusively.
|site: webnots.com||site: blog.webnots.com||site: webnots.com/seo-tools|
You can also exclude some pages in the search using a minus sign.
This will show you the indexed pages on webnots.com excluding blog.webnots.com.
Site: operator works with all the major search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo!, Yandex and Baidu.
Site: operator also works with the image search of Google, Bing and Yahoo! to check what are the images indexed from your site in respective search engines.