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    What is Crawling Rates..?



    Hello friends,

    I would like to know that What is Crawling Rates..?

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    I think that crawling is when search engine bot is browsing some website.
    Crawling rate might be frequency of the bot visits.

    Here is how to change Google bot crawl rate: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/48620?hl=en

    To set minimum delay between bots visits in seconds, google: crawl-delay robots.txt

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    The term crawl rate implies what number of requests every second Googlebot makes to your site when it is crawling it: for instance, 5 demands for each second. You can't change how frequently Google crawl your site, yet in the event that you need Google to crawl new or upgraded content on your site, you should to utilize Fetch as Google.

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    The word crawl rate is used for the number of request Googlebot makes to a site per second when it is crawling the website example Googlebot makes 4 request to the site per second. For new websites
    Googlebot crawls content that is already indexed; it crawls all links on particular indexed content. Old pages are re-indexed whereas new pages are indexed freshly.
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    Crawling is basically indexing of your website web pages by the search engines crawlers. Ideally crawling rate is 2-3 days maximum.

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    The term Crawling rates means how many requests per second Googlebot makes to your website when it is crawling it. Crawling is an important aspects of SEO. A site with proper navigation helps in deep crawling and indexing of your sites.

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    The term crawl rate means how many requests per second Googlebot makes to your site when it is crawling it.

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    The term crawl rate means how many requests per second Googlebot makes to your site when it is crawling it: for example, 5 requests per second. You cannot change how often Google crawls your site, but if you want Google to crawl new or updated content on your site, you should use Fetch as Google instead.

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    Crawling rate means regular visit amount of the search engines crawlers on your website.

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    The Crawl Stats report (for websites only) provides information on Googlebot's activity on your site for the last 90 days. These stats take into account all content types that we download (such as CSS, JavaScript, Flash, and PDF files, and images).

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