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Important links lead to deep Google crawl


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GoogleGuy Says

PostPosted: December 7, 2003 3:43 PM 

Importance: Medium

GG says that crawl depth is related to the number and importance of backlinks to the page in question.

GoogleGuy Says: [Link to quote]

And just to add to what Stefan wrote, you can also check for a page with a combo of operators like
site:mydomain.com inurl:blue-widgets uniqueword
and so on. That will tell you if the page is crawled/indexed, but not how it ranks, of course. If you see just the url come up without any snippet, then we probably saw a link to that url (e.g. from some other page such as your site map) but didn't get a chance to crawl it. Google calls that "partially indexed" because we can index the url and the anchortext pointing to that page, but we haven't actually fetched the page. In general the larger the number of important sites that point to your site, the more we'll trust that your site is important and the more we'll try to crawl deeply within your site.

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