A crawl budget indicates the number of pages Googlebot crawls and indexes within a given period of time.

Important terms related to Crawl Budget

Crawl Rate Limit

Crawl Rate Limit refers to the defined time period for Crawler to crawl a website.

Crawl Demand

Crawl Demand refers to how many of your URLs or webpages Google wants to crawl.

The four main factors Google uses to allocate its crawl budget are:

Site Size When it comes to large websites, the crawl budget is crucial.

Server Setup The performance and load times of your website may influence how much budget is assigned to it.

Updates Frequency How often do you update your content? Google will priorities content that is regularly updated.

Links Internal linking structure as well as dead links.

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