Google is a fully automated search engine, which employs robots that never sleep known as ‘spiders’, ‘web robots’ or ‘web bots’ to crawl over 8 billion URL’s or web pages.
The Google robot, known as Googlebots, will visit a well established site several times a day to check for updates. The Googlebot spider never sleeps, so it can pick up the changes in websites and add that information to its search engine database. Even how spiders ‘think’ is evolving and the engineers behind the spiders rarely sleep.
Spiders never sleep, every so often they dance. Everyday, Google sends out robots (spiders) to crawl the web and archive every website it finds. These archived websites will be presented in the next update of the Google index (database), that’s when the dance occurs. Some websites get invited to higher rankings dance and others are relegated to sit-this one out with lower rankings.
Xponex is dedicated to meet and greet the Google Spiders with your website information. We monitor your site for spider visits and we modify your website based on changes in Google, so we can continue to improve your website ranking.
Spiders never sleep… neither should your web company.
More about the Googlebot:
Of all the spiders who traverse the sites for which we have web log access, Googlebot is by far the most active, on average around twice as active as the Yahoo! crawler and six times more active than the new msnbot spider. On their website, Google refers to Googlebot as “Google’s web crawler” and as “Google’s web-crawling robot.”