Google updating website
But, the immediate answer to your questions is: The best way to keep track of how frequently Google visits your website, is to examine your crawl stats in Google Webmaster Tools.This will give you a historical snapshot of the time span involved in Google revisiting your site.In this version, security improvements, further webkit deprecations, and more.
Here's the company's statement sent to Ars Technica:"Confirming that later this year, we hope to roll some version of the feed experience to on the mobile web.
However, the design and functionality are still completely unconfirmed as this is still in testing phases.
So how does the Googlebot find new content on the web such as new websites, blogs, pages, etc.?
It starts with web pages captured during previous crawl processes and adds in sitemap data provided by webmasters.
One time, during an earthquake, I tested the indexing speed of our website with Google.
Seconds after the earthquake I posted a simple update featuring a snapshot of the seismic activity and the location.~ ~ ~ This post is to report that things are going really well with the , far better than I ever expected.I need a reliable, free web publishing option to recommend to my students, and for the past seven years I've been using Google Sites (before that I used Netscape Composer and its successor, Mozilla Seamonkey, until my university abruptly stopped supporting student web spaces in 2010).As it browses web pages previously crawled, it will detect links upon those pages to add to the list of pages to be crawled.If you want more details, you can read about them in Webmaster Tools Help.From my experience, factors that contribute to quicker crawling and indexing revolve around: Throughout my career, I have had sites rank changes in as little as 30 seconds and as long as a few weeks.