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Re: Time for deep crawl results to show up

Big Bill wrote:

> On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 06:51:09 +0000, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@schestowitz.com> wrote:
>>Stacey wrote:
>>> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@schestowitz.com> wrote in message
>>> cve1f8$1sk7$2@godfrey.mcc.ac.uk">news:cve1f8$1sk7$2@godfrey.mcc.ac.uk...
>>>> Beach Comber wrote:
>>>>> For the last three days Google has been working on a deep crawl of a
>>>>> website I setup about three weeks ago.  It has been pulling in about
>>>>> 800 pages a day, which should have it done indexing in about two
>>>>> months.  Anyway, for my actual question, how long does it usually take
>>>>> for deep crawled pages to start showing up in the main Google search
>>>>> results?
>>>>> Thanks.
>>>> From my experience, it takes a month of two. I then start seeing search
>>>> terms (Google in particular) that correspond with deep pages I recently
>>>> added.
>>>> Roy
>>>> --
>>>> Roy Schestowitz
>>>> http://schestowitz.com
>>> I can have new pages show up in anywhere from 2 days to one week. I
>>> usually don't have to wait 2 months. But if it is a new site it could
>>> take up to a month or so, but I wouldn't think so, maybe a couple of
>>> weeks. Of course this is usually for the home page and a few pages to
>>> show up, for some deep pages it can take sometime for new sites to get
>>> going.
>>What I had in mind when I wrote this were pages that are 3-5 levels deep.
> The usual way to get round this is to have a series of site maps on
> the second level.

Interesting... why not just have a single gigantic site map? Cascading being
necessarily better?


Roy Schestowitz

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