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A Google index checker tool can be used for many use cases in the seo and digital marketing space. In general, the two most common use cases are:
The time it takes google to list a freshly submitted page of your website in it's index varies from a few hours to days or even weeks. The actual time for a page to show up in the Google index depends up on a large number of factors: the total number of pages of your website, whether the page is part of your sitemap.xml, whether you actively asked Google to index this page - just to name a few...
Even though backlinks that are pointing to your page are listed in your Google search console account after a while, you sometimes find yourself in a position where you want to check if a backlink has been indexed by Google manually. The main reason for this is time. From the moment a site is first indexed by Google it can take weeks for a related backlink to be listed in your search console account.
Google provides search operators to refine searches and narrow down the list of returned results. By placing the "site:" parameter in front of the related page, you will get exactly one result if the page is indexed.