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    How to check google crawl rate..?



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    I would like to know that How to check google crawl rate..?

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    Sign into google Webmaster Tools. If you are not added then add your website to Google Webmaster Tools. On the Webmaster Tools landing page, tap on the webpage for which you will get the chance to conform the crawl rate. Tap on the gear symbol in the upper-right corner of the page, and select Site Settings starting from the drop down menu.

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    After one has created an account, log in and click on Site Configuration > Settings. There one will see custom crawl rate on which there is a slider, using it one can set the crawl rate.
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    You can check google crawl rate for google search console. I wanted to know whether changing the crawl rate in Google's Webmaster Tools really made a difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kabirthapar View Post
    I wanted to know whether changing the crawl rate in Google's Webmaster Tools really made a difference?
    I doubt that this feature is there for no purpose. So i think Googlebot will try to increase/decrease its visits frequency depending on our setting.
    Some pages change more/less often, so this is either the way to
    a) help google be more up to date (by increasing crawling rate)
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    b) reduce visits to save hosting server computing resources (by decreasing rate/frequency of the google visits)

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