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How many bandwidths are consumed by spiders for an average website? Anyone cares to compare?
I'm not sure many folks are going to answer this question as posted. It's like comparing apples and oranges. My site gets around 2,400 page downloads from google each month, but that's enough to spider the entire site three times.
Perhaps you are joking with this post, but the last visit in March was just about an hour before the month actually ended. So there is not much information for people to react to.
Bandwidth is also related to the size of your pages. Looks like an average page on your website is like 18k. If you want Google to eat more bandwidth, try increasing the size of your pages with a large graphics. If you add another 100k of graphics to each page, then Google might use more like 650 MB of bandwidth. But alas, you might lose some traffic to the slow loading pages.
The point is, if you are looking to use bandwidth because you've paid for it, then we can't help. If you want to figure out if Google is spidering your site "normally" then you need to give us more information... for example.
How big is the site?
I have no idea how Google knows about the quality of links but I have to admit that my sites with a link from, say the BBC, with a lower pagerank get spidered more frequently.
However, in general higher PR = more fresh spidering and deeper crawl.
Usually, if U click on teh smiley in the google toolbar, the spider comes in a hurry.I seen nothing that shows this is in fact true, I doubt Google even uses it for anything other than to have more data.
I'm new to this, can you please tell me what is google smiley and I could not find this on Google toolbar?The smiley face is in the Google toolbar on left side. You can enable it by going in the Google toolbar options and clicking more at the top and you should see a list of things, under web buttons click the checkbox next to voting buttons with a smiley face next to it. The Google smiley face allows you to vote for a web page you are viewing.