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Googlebot is the bot software that Google uses to crawl over 20 billion pages each day, the data obtained during a crawl is then analyzed and ranked on Google Search.

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In descending order of preference, I would suggest the following options: Make the incorrect URLs return 301 redirects to the correct ones. If practical, this is by far the best solution. It will …
answered Aug 25 '14 by Ilmari Karonen
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Have you checked (e.g. from webserver access logs) whether Googlebot has actually recrawled the old URLs yet? In my experience, Google can be really slow in recrawling existing pages, particularly … of moved URLs is fairly small, you could individually request a recrawl of each of them using the Fetch as Googlebot feature in Google Webmaster Tools. If there are too many URLs for that to be …
answered Jul 3 '13 by Ilmari Karonen
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Several other search engines (Bing, Yandex, etc.) still use the _escaped_fragment_ system. They're not going to stop using it overnight just because Google has. Thus, if you care about your site bei …
answered Oct 22 '15 by Ilmari Karonen
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file; you don't need to issue individual requests for each Sitemap listed in the index." Assuming that you're indeed providing correct lastmod timestamps in your index, I'd assume that Googlebot would …
answered Feb 3 '12 by Ilmari Karonen
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Why do your URLs churn so much? You write: "[I]n webmaster tools I see a lot pages that were submitted months ago, currently deleted, and still in index even thought I retrieve 404 with noindex o …
answered Feb 9 '12 by Ilmari Karonen