Google: Crawl Rate Change After Switching To CDN? Let Us Know.

Jun 14, 2016 - 7:46 am 1 by

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Google's Gary Illyes posted a PSA on Twitter saying if your crawl rate changed after switching your site over to a CDN, that you should let them know about it.

Here is the tweet:

With that, he also shared a photo of a Wallaby.

He said send the feedback via the crawl rate feature, which is under the gears/setting icon when you are in a property within the Google Search Console.

Google Crawl Feedback

Forum discussion at Twitter.

Update: Use this form to contact Google.

 

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