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Frequency of the Crawler and Google traffic relationship

Msg#: 4633782 posted 2:31 am on Dec 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

I'm online a new site a month ago.After submitting a sitemap, the speed of Google robots crawling the page is increasing day by day,up to 5W pages per day,meanwhile,the google traffic is gradually rising( no any optimizition outside ).But when indexing almost all the pages,crawling sharply drops down to A few hundred pages.and google traffic stops rising.whether there are relationship between Frequency of the Crawler and Google traffic? and how to adjust to better attract the crawler?
At present, I update the 1000 datas per day, but there is still no change.
Thank you very much to help solve the problem!I have just began operating the website.
If someone already discussed this problem, can you guide me to the theme?
thank you !



Msg#: 4633782 posted 6:12 pm on Dec 27, 2013 (gmt 0)

Generally speaking, getting links towards the content helps in getting more pages indexed. Is the content being posted on the site suitable for posting links to it from social media? Does a youtube video make sense for the type of content?

In other words ignore Google while promoting the site on places which themselves can bring in quality leads and let google discover these links pointing towards the site, and respond accordingly.

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