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A web crawler is a bot that “crawls” the internet in order to collect data. Web crawlers are used by search engines to index websites so that they can appear in search results.
Web crawlers are helpful for bloggers, SEOs, webmasters, and anybody else who may be in charge of a website that makes frequent changes.
These crawlers are how we can continue to make sure search results stay updated.
There are many different types of web crawler bots, but we are going to review some of the more popular ones in this article.
Googlebot is the web crawler bot used by Google.
Googlebot is responsible for indexing websites so that they can appear in Google’s search engine results.
This crawler is constantly “crawling” the internet, which means that it is constantly visiting websites and collecting data about them.
The data that Googlebot collects is then used to improve Google’s search algorithm.
You can submit URLs to Google manually by connecting your website with Google Search Console.
Yandexbot is the web crawler bot used by Yandex, which is a Russian search engine. Like Googlebot, Yandexbot is responsible for indexing websites so that they can appear in Yandex’s search results.
Yandexbot collects data about websites so that Yandex can provide relevant and accurate search results to its users.
Bingbot is the web crawler bot used by Microsoft’s Bing search engine.
Like other web crawlers, Bingbot is responsible for indexing websites so that they can appear in Bing’s search results.
You can submit URLs to Bingbot by connecting your website to Microsoft’s Bing Webmaster tools.
Apple bot is the web crawler bot used by Apple. Unlike other web crawlers, which focus on indexing websites for search engines, Apple bot focuses on indexing apps for the App Store.
Apple bot collects data about apps so that they can be accurately listed in the App Store and easily found by users who are searching for them.
Duckduckbot is the web crawler bot used by DuckDuckGo, which is a privacy-focused search engine.
Duckduckbot collects data about websites so that DuckDuckGo can provide relevant and accurate search results to its users without tracking their personal information.
Web crawlers are important because they help index websites so that they can appear in search results.
There are many different types of web crawler bots, but some of the most common ones are Googlebot, Yandexbot, Bingbot, Apple bot, and Duckduckbot.
Each web crawler has a different purpose; some are used by search engines to index websites while others are used by marketing companies to collect consumer data or by app stores to index apps.
No matter their purpose, web crawlers play an important role in keeping the internet organized and accessible.