What Happens When I Submit my URL to a Search Engine?
- First, the search engine's spider visits your URL immediately and schedules your page for inclusion in the search engine's database.
- Second, usually within a few weeks, the spider comes along and places your page(s) into its database. There is no telling how many pages deep the spider will crawl or how many pages it will place in the database. Usually, on the first time around, it will be only a few pages-possibly only the home page.
- Third, the spider revisits your page(s) to grab any changes you've made. (The old term for this was "automatic update.") Once a page is in the database, the spider usually revisits every few weeks. The spider will also begin to crawl your site more deeply and place more and more of your pages into the database.
- Fourth, when people use a search engine, they type keywords into a search box on the search engine's website. They are submitting a query. The search engine, depending on algorithms, will pull up all of the sites relevant to that query.
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