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I was concerned that Google was not obtaining all the links on my site during their crawl, but after going into Google Tools it seems I have a few hundred URL's indexed every week (approximately), which I am relieved about.

However, I'd really like to see what links have been indexed to review and check for problem areas. Is there any method of obtaining a list of these indexed URL's?

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Make a Google Search with below convention (without http://):

site:yoursitename.com
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If you use the search operator to to search in Google for only your site, this should achieve what you want:

Site:www.example.com

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You may also want to set up a sitemap.xml file if you really want to cross-check and make sure that every single link on your site is indexed. This can be checked via webmaster tools too.

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