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A Google index checker is a tool that allows you to check whether a particular webpage has been indexed by Google, or added to Google's database of webpages. When Google crawls the web and finds a new webpage, it will add the webpage to its index, or database, of webpages. This allows the webpage to be included in Google's search results when a user performs a search that matches the content of the webpage.
To use a Google index checker, you typically need to enter the URL of the webpage that you want to check, and the tool will check whether the webpage has been indexed by Google. Some Google index checkers may also provide additional information about the webpage's index status, such as the number of pages from the website that have been indexed or the last time the webpage was crawled by Google. Google index checkers can be helpful for website administrators and developers to understand the visibility of their websites in Google's search results and to troubleshoot any issues with their websites being indexed.