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    Google Crawl

    What are crawl stats?

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    Basically, this data is measuring your crawl rate. Crawl rate is how often search engine robots crawl your site. In this case, Crawl Stats is showing Googlebot's (Google's search engine robot) activity. That means the bots can index your site more easily and more quickly.

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    Crawling. Crawling is the process by which Googlebot discovers new and updated pages to be added to the Google index. We use a huge set of computers to fetch (or "crawl") billions of pages on the web. ... As Googlebot visits each of these websites it detects links on each page and adds them to its list of pages to crawl.

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    Crawl Stats is the insight showing you the statistics relating to pages crawled pr day, kilobytes downloads per page, time spent downloading per day, etc. Generally Crawl Stats information on your site is provided for the last 90 days.

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    Crawling is the process by which Googlebot discovers new and updated pages to be added to the Google index.

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    Google uses a ton of computers to send their crawlers to every nook and cranny of the web to find these pages and to see what's on them. Googlebot is Google's web crawler or robot and other search engines have their own.

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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).

    Crawl stats are available only for verified websites. There's no "good" crawl number, but you should see a relatively even chart that increases over time as you increase the size of your site.

    There are billions of pages on the web and it would be impractical for the Googlebot to crawl them every second of every day. Doing so would consume valuable bandwidth online, resulting in slower performing websites.

    To resolve this issue, Google allocates a crawl budget for each website. That budget determines how often Googlebot crawls the site looking for pages to index.

    So, the number of times a search engine spider(Googlebot) crawls your website in a given time allotment is what we call your "crawl budget".

    For example, if Googlebot hits your site 41 times per day, we can say that your typical Google crawl budget is approximately 1230 per month.

    You can use tools such as Google Search Console and Bing Webmaster Tools to figure out your website’s approximate crawl budget. Just log in to Crawl > Crawl Stats to see the "average number of pages crawled per day".

    How to Optimize Your Crawl Budget?

    1. Ensure your pages are crawlable

    2. Try to avoid redirect chains

    3. Fix all the broken links

    4. Keep updating your sitemap

    5. Build external links

    6. Build a well-organized internal linking structure

    The best-practice advice that improves your crawlability tends to improve your searchability as well. Meaning, the crawl budget will definitely help to boost your SEO efforts.

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    Crawl rate is how often search engine robots crawl your site. In this case, Crawl Stats is showing Googlebot's (Google's search engine robot) activity.

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    Crawl rate is the means by which frequently search engine robots crawl your webpage. For this situation, Crawl Stats is appearing's (Google's web crawler robot) action.

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    Basically, this data is measuring your crawl rate. Crawl rate is how often search engine robots crawl your site. In this case, Crawl Stats is showing Googlebot's (Google's search engine robot) activity. ... That means the bots can index your site more easily and more quickly.

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    shows the stats related to your website

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    Before you search, site crawlers gather information from across hundreds of billions of webpages.

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