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One page at a time?
Googlebot visits my site every day, taking 1.2 pages most every day (I have no clue how that is possible, but that is what my lame-o urchin logs say.)
Two days ago Googlebot came and took 91 pages, and then ten more yesterday, but... my logs show all these as different visitors -- 91 visits from Googlebot, rather than one visit with 91 pageviews.
I would guess this is just my lame-o statistics being lame, but is this the standard way Google shows up in logs - as 91 visitors when it views 91 pages?
Google has multiple IP addresses, so each hit comes in as a new visitor.
Using Urchin, go into the Browsers¦Browser Tree section.
You'll see googlebot in the list. Multiply the googlebot visitors number by pages/visitor and you'll get a pretty good idea how many times it hit your site during that time period.
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