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influence of google analytics in google indexing speed?

Postby Darth Pincho » Tue Oct 17, 2006 5:24 pm

Hi, ive read at phpbb that joining google analytics program can speed up the indexation proccess of the site. well i jopin, its free, and a great tool too.

Anybody knows anything about this matter?
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Postby dcz » Tue Oct 17, 2006 10:48 pm

Well, this is a fact that Google is as well using AdSense to find out new URLs to spider, so I guess Google analytics could as well be used the same way to discover new URL for Google.
Plus they now precisely which content is the most viewed in both case (I am sure they do not only perform stats for Google analytics), so for sure these are good info's for someone running a search engine ;)

But I don't think we can say this is SEO, even though a small plus to get indexed, means more chance to get fully indexed then to have many page listed then to see PageRank increase a bit ... small things in the good direction for we could say.

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Postby Darth Pincho » Wed Oct 18, 2006 12:24 am

Ok, if there is a plus of doing it, only takes 5 minutes, its free, and give you a lot of info about your traffic, OF COURSE WE HAVE DO DO IT... jejjeje :twisted: lets wait until my traffic grows a lottle bit to see results.
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Postby dcz » Wed Oct 18, 2006 6:51 am

You'll see how rough they are while filtering visits, you get only real visitor with JS activated, so expect less than webalizer or even Urchin, but it's a must for anyone running AdSense.

AS said the supposely benefit in indexing will not exist for a web site already running AdSense (eg an alternate and exotic possibility for Google to grab URLs ;))

We'll be able to comment this in the Google service forum ;)

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Re: influence of google analytics in google indexing speed?

Postby here2help » Wed Mar 17, 2010 3:27 pm

I am not sure about that, i heard on some forums that joining Adwords & Analytics & Adsense can help your indexation.

Please if anyone had a proven success, please report it, but only if you are 100% that these 3 methods were the reason
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Re: influence of google analytics in google indexing speed?

Postby HB » Wed Mar 17, 2010 5:49 pm

How can anyone say with 100% certainty if Google optimizes their crawl using input from Analytics and AdSense? I guess you could ask Matt Cutts if you're really curious.

However, via instrumentation, Google obviously is being indirectly notified the moment a new page is displayed. It's hard to imagine they would ignore this information. I have noticed that the update time on new pages for my site is eerily fast (e.g., 30 minutes or less). For example, I can create a new thread and then search on its title within the hour. I doubt Googlebot is that attentive to my site's activity. It's clearly no sweat for Analytics to notify Googlebot and I can't think of a reason why they would not leverage this instrumentation to their competitive advantage.
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