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Tips to Increase Your Blog’s Crawl Crate in Google

Tips to Increase Your Blog’s Crawl Crate in Google

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Crawl rate refers to the speed of Googlebot’s requests during the crawl process in your blog. If you want to increase your blog’s crawl rate, here are simple tips courtesy of Chandeep of Blog Tips n Tricks.

  • Update your blog regularly. You may add an RSS Feed widget and social media widgets as search engine crawlers like blogs with regular updates.
  • Optimize load time. Avoid having huge scripts that will make your page load for so long because the crawler works on limited time. If it spends too much time crawling your Javascripts, the tendency is there will be no time left to visit the other pages of your blog.
  • Get a good page rank by having more backlinks. To get a good page rank, you need to have more backlinks because as you increase your blog’s ranking, the more your page is crawled.
  • Text content. Having a lot of images won’t get a good ranking in search engines as Google bots love textual content.
  • Don’t duplicate content. Avoid duplicate content as the New Google Algorithm is very strict on plagiarism.
  • Add a sitemap. A sitemap is a great solution to have your posts and pages crawled faster.

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  1. Thanks for the tips. This entire site is very helpful and so very attractive! I look forward to taking your advice to heart.

  2. ahmad says:

    very good and nice sharing, i like very much. Sometimes it very difficult to have a good traffic to my blog and attract the crowd to com to see and share in my blog. I hope this tip is useful for me

    thank you very much

  3. Mahendran says:

    Thanks for sharing, Your site really helpful

  4. maghd says:

    This is nice post but i have a question that after putting the code in blogger header section, when some time passed its doesn’t work and Google can’t update site in webmaster tools. What is this issue.

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