The process of site crawling occurs when a search engine spider, (AKA Web Crawler, Robot, Bot, etc.) visits your website to gather information about it.
For a spider to access your page, it needs to find it through links. The link can be from your site or an external page.
It’s good practice to ensure that your internal link structure includes every page on your site. Search engine spiders can then crawl your entire site, and add each page to the search index.
Here’s Our Collection of Pages on Site Crawling.
Resources to change the crawl rate of your site in Google Search Console formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools
Have a new site that’s not showing up in Google? Have a look at these resources that will give you an idea of when you can expect results.
Having your pages crawled is a must to for inclusion in the search engines. Here's a collection of hand-picked resources to ensure your site is crawlable.
A collection of handpicked resources, including articles, tips, tools and videos, that will help you create the correct sitemap for your site.