I was looking at my Stats a few minutes ago - Real Time and noticed that I had a semault crawler looking at my site. Could someone please help me understand what the implications are of my seeing this, if there are any!
Semalt Crawler gathers statistical data about user behavior on different sites that use semalt web analytics tool; find more here http://semalt.com/project_crawler.php
Crawlers are programs that analyze your data for Search Engine Optimization. Semalt's analysis of your articles will no doubt contribute to where and how your articles rank on places like Bing and Google. Hope that is helpful.
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