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How often do google and other search engines index a particular website?
How often are the cached versions of websites updated on google servers? Thanks in advance for your answer. I have learned a lot on your hub about search engines.
The frequency of spidering is based on a number of known factors. Continually adding fresh content, high visitor count and the number of links you have pointing to your site all count. HubPages, for example, scores well on all three accounts and as a result new pages are discovered and cached very quickly also known pages are spidered regularly and any changes cached.
Maintaining an up to date xml sitemap within Google Webmasters Tools and visiting any new page with a browser with the Google toolbar installed also makes Google aware of new pages and queues them for spidering
Always such great advice from Mr. Hoggan! I would suggest that you have a peek at what Google says:
http://www.google.com/support/webmaster … swer=35769
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