Google Adsense: How Google Indexes Websites Across the Internet

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While Google has a strong focus on getting the best search results for users, it’s getting tougher all the time to get better results for your website with Google. for more help visit smaller businesses with limited resources are likely to find themselves at a disadvantage due to the constant algorithm changes.

What will this latest change mean to you and your website? For some of you it will make very little difference, for others it will impact considerably because the number of pages from your website listed within Google’s search results will have diminished.

This article focuses on just one element of the March ’06 “Big Daddy” update-the importance of getting external websites linked to yours, and how Google indexes websites across the internet.

Google uses link popularity as a measure to determine how often they will ‘crawl’ a website. Links have always been a strong measure of how Google ranks a website, but in the past this measure has been more geared towards determining PageRank and the order in which a web page is listed in Google search results.

What do I mean by indexing? Google uses an automated crawler called the Google to find websites across the internet. For new websites that are not currently indexed by Google, Google relies heavily on finding these new websites through links from existing websites within its current search database. For existing websites the Google visits websites already indexed within its database. If Google has already previously indexed a website, then it will generally be faster to index other pages within your website.

Google has introduced an additional complexity through its Big Daddy update. One thing many site owners have noticed since the end of March is that many pages from their websites have vanished from Google’s index. Google have said that with this recent update they are placing more weight on ‘crawling’ external links from websites that they classify as being important. The more external links you have pointing towards various pages within your site-not just your home page-, the more likely Google will crawl these pages and find other pages within your website.

Why are quality links so important? If Google doesn’t ‘crawl’ all your pages, then you will have no chance of having all your website content appear in Google’s search results. This means that you may have important information within your website that Google users will not find. At one stage it was enough to have your home page indexed and the rest of your website through a user-friendly website structure that the ‘crawler’ could follow. In the new environment however, that is no longer enough.

Note:” To show all of your results you will most likely need to click on the link of the last page that says     for more detail go”repeat the search with the omitted results included”

External links pointing towards every single page within your website are not necessary, however make sure that external links point towards important pages within your website, and that your website structure is well linked to other parts of your website. The Google can easily crawl other pages from there.

An easy to follow navigation structure is vital for search engines, but more importantly for human visitors. Make sure that each page within your website has a clear link to the most relevant pages within the navigation structure. These individual pages should have clear links to relevant sub-pages. This way, you are satisfying both your visitors who are the most important when it comes to your website and the search engines.

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