New answers tagged web-crawlers
There are at least 3 ways: Links to your site. Using Google Webmaster Tools (now called Search Console) Registrar dumps, triggers, and other options. Google will find many new sites quickly from some registrars. For example, Google found one domain name I registered using GoDaddy, indexed it, and began sending search results within 20 minutes of ...
It would appear not, currently. I have numerous images on my site, including many with srcset, and it appears that only the image URL in the src attribute has been indexed by Google. I can't find any recent authoritative sources though.
check this link.. https://developers.google.com/webmasters/mobile-sites/mobile-seo/configurations/separate-urls?hl=en (Annotations for desktop and mobile URLs).
According to a google search, for "dwbot", it must be an old dream world bot for an online Pokemon game. See: https://github.com/Sanqui/dwbot
Search engine updates aren't instantaneous. In fact it can take a couple of weeks or so to be visible.
Don't do this. This will create a bad ranking page, with duplicates (the next/prev pages) and will cost your more than you will gain. Rule of thumb: Don't make pages just for bots. To prefent indexing you could just add the robots metatag with the value NOINDEX. What you need is a sitemap xml :) Those are perfect fort situations like this; To indicate pages ...
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