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My site is about a month old now and according to ismysiteindexed.com, it still isn's indexed.

I've submitted the XML sitemaps to Google and Bing and have had the page crawled using the Fetch as Googlebot tool. Is it still possible I am not indexed or is it possible ismysiteindexed.com is incorrect?
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  • Profile picture of the author Wide
    go to google and type "site:yourdomain.com"
    no results?
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  • Profile picture of the author cdispoto
    I did that and I got plenty of results. So ismysiteindexed.com is crap then?
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  • Profile picture of the author kjr
    I wouldn't trust the results from that site if I where you. I just tried a site that I know has about 120 indexed pages, and it showed as not being indexed (the site is 5 years old).
    Try SEOQuake or similar and you should get a reasonably accurate result.
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  • Profile picture of the author Surfer Liu
    You can use sitemap X to help you speed the index by Google. It's totally free.
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  • Profile picture of the author lifeisfun
    Originally Posted by cdispoto View Post

    My site is about a month old now and according to ismysiteindexed.com, it still isn's indexed.

    I've submitted the XML sitemaps to Google and Bing and have had the page crawled using the Fetch as Googlebot tool. Is it still possible I am not indexed or is it possible ismysiteindexed.com is incorrect?
    Nowadays sites get indexed minutes within launch. I recently built a new site...by mistake I published a post that belonged on another blog of mine; post was up for about 3 minutes, I realized my mistake, and I deleted the post from the new site. I was going through the stats a week later, and I saw some 404 errors. I dug deeper, and I saw that google had indexed the post and people were clicking on it on google, and that led to the 404 error. Point is, your site was probably indexed long ago.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheeBook
    Try to submit it on Directory and search it on google the "site:yourdomain.com"
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  • Your site is probably indexed but may not be ranked for the keyword term you wish it to. Work on creating high PR backlinks and submitting site to directories etc. Social bookmarking is also a great way to increase your rank in Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author offpageseo99
    use site: operator to find the index page or use web rank toolbar addons in Mozilla browser.
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