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The search engine spider simulator is a search engine tool that lets you test how well your website responds to crawling by search engines. This simulates how a search engine sees your site, which includes indexing its content and assigning it a relevance ranking so that more important information appears more prominently in search results.
In order to understand how search engines interpret a web page, it's important to understand how the crawler sees it. The boring, technical answer is that the crawler parses each page and gathers all the text, images and links from the content.
As search engines and website spiders crawl the web, they are looking for new content. When they find a new and updated page, they add the page to their database. Over time, both the search engine and the webmaster build a complete picture of the website.
Any pages that are not visited by bots are considered dead pages: pages that have been abandoned and no longer contain any updated information.
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