What are crawl stats?

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What are crawl stats?
« on: 01-25-2017, 00:08:11 »
Hello friends,

I Would like to know that What are crawl stats?


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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #1 on: 01-25-2017, 02:43:36 »
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).
In terms of SEO, crawl rate of your site and backlinks should be good. You can check your crawl rate of a site in Google webmaster tool.

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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #2 on: 01-25-2017, 10:43:12 »
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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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #3 on: 03-08-2017, 04:05:32 »
Hi,

Crawl Stats in Google Webmaster Tools give you a high level overview of Google's crawling process. Watch this video to find out more.
Crawl (crawl - to follow the path already available) is a term that describes the process of collecting data on the website of the search engine bots. This action is such as crawl because during their data collection

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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #4 on: 03-09-2017, 03:42:15 »
In terms of SEO, crawl rate of your site and backlinks should be good. You can check your crawl rate of a site in Google webmaster tool. 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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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #5 on: 03-14-2017, 04:06:36 »
A search engine crawler is an automated script that browses the World Wide Web in a methodical manner in order to provide up to date data to the particular search engine. The process of web crawling involves a set of website URLs that need to be visited, called seeds, and then the search engine crawler visits each web page and identifies all the hyperlinks on the page, adding them to the list of places to crawl.

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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #6 on: 03-14-2017, 05:06:05 »
Crawl stats provide 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). They also include AdSense fetches as well as fetches for some Google products such as Google News, Google Images, Google Scholar, etc.

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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #7 on: 03-17-2017, 05:16:16 »
This information is available from Google’s Webmaster Tools, where you can find Google crawl stats for your site over the past 90 days. Here is how to find it:

Log in to Google Webmaster Tools
Click on your site
On the left side of the screen click on the “Health” category
Click on the “Crawl Stats” subcategory
Your Google crawl stats will be displayed for the past 90 days, as well as the crawl download volume and time spent.

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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #8 on: 03-18-2017, 01:50:09 »
The Slither Details report (for sites just) gives data on Googlebot's action on your site throughout the previous 90 days. These features consider every single substance sort that we download, (for example, CSS, JavaScript, Blaze, and PDF documents, and pictures).

Regarding Website optimization, creep rate of your web page and backlinks ought to be great. You can check your slither rate of a website in Google site admin apparatus.


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Re: What are crawl stats?
« Reply #9 on: 05-17-2017, 00:50:13 »
Crawling is the process performed by search engine crawler, when searching for relevant websites on the index. For instance,Google is constantly sending out "spiders" or "bots" which is a search engine's automatic navigator to discover which websites contain the most relevant information related to certain keywords.

So there are basically three steps that are involved in the web crawling procedure.

First the search bot starts by crawling the pages of your site.

Second it continues indexing the words and content of the site.

Third it visit the links (web page addresses or URLs) that are found in your site.

When the spider doesn’t find a page, it will eventually be deleted from the index. However, some of the spiders will check again for a second time to verify that the page really is offline.

The first thing a spider is supposed to do when it visits your website is look for a file called “robots.txt”. This file contains instructions for the spider on which parts of the website to index, and which parts to ignore. The only way to control what a spider sees on your site is by using a robots.txt file. All spiders are supposed to follow some rules, and the major search engines do follow these rules for the most part. Fortunately, the major search engines like Google or Bing are finally working together on standards.

 

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