I notice through my stats that Webcrawler.com has visited a hub of mine. Just what is Webcrawler.com and should I be suspicious about this visit or is it nothing to worry about?
Just a web bot visiting your subdomain. Nothing to worry about.
Also, Webcrawler is yet another search engine for people to use. There are tons of them out there most people have never heard of, but all is good because it's another place people can find the listing of your work.
That's a big relief! Many thanks for the answer Suzanne.
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