Did you notice that organic growth E-Commerce Photo Editing has leveled off? High quality content and links make a big contribution to SEO, but you shouldn't miss the power of technical SEO. One of the most important skills to learn in 2019 is how to think like Googlebot using technical SEO. Before jumping into the fun, it's important to understand E-Commerce Photo Editing what Googlebot is, how it works, and why you need to understand it. What is Googlebot? Googlebot is a web crawler (also known as a robot, spider) that retrieves data from web pages.
Googlebot is just one of many web crawlers. Every search E-Commerce Photo Editing engine has its own brand of spiders. In the SEO world, the bot names for these brands are called "user agents." We'll talk about user agents later, but for now, understand that we're calling user agents specific web crawlbots. The most common user E-Commerce Photo Editing agents are: Googlebot – Google Bingbot – Bing Slurp Bot – Yahoo Alexa Crawler – Amazon Alexa DuckDuckBot – DuckDuckGo advertisement Continue reading below How does Googlebot work? You can't start optimizing Googlebot until you understand how Googlebot can detect, read, and rank web pages. How Google Crawlers Detect Web Pages Easy answer: links, sitemaps, fetch requests.
Long answer: The fastest way to get Google to crawl E-Commerce Photo Editing your site is to create a new property in Search Console and submit your sitemap. But that's not the big picture. Sitemaps are a great way to get Google to crawl your website, but they don't consider PageRank. Internal links are the recommended way to tell Google which pages are E-Commerce Photo Editing relevant and valuable. There are a lot of great articles on the web about PageRank and internal links, so I won't cover them here.