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How to fix high server load caused by bot indexing

 If our Technical Support team has contacted you due to your website or server being under heavy load, it could be for a number of reasons, including: Your website is experiencing a high number of website visitors Your website or server is under some form of DDOS attack Search Engine or other bots could be crawling your website excessively In this article, we’ll cover the details on what you can do if bots are causing high server load. What is a bot? A bot or web spider is a software application which performs repetitive and automated tasks via the Internet. Search Engines, such as Google, use these bots to crawl websites, collecting information on the website. When a bot crawls a website, it uses the same resources that a normal visitor would do; this includes bandwidth and server resources. Not all bots are benign in nature, though: some bots crawl websites for more nefarious purposes, such as harvesting email addresses for spamming or looking for vulnerabilities to exploit. Identify
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To write SEO-friendly content, you should focus on the following: Use relevant keywords throughout your content, but avoid keyword stuffing. Make sure your website is well-organized and easy to navigate. Include meta tags and alt tags on all images to improve visibility on search engines. Use header tags (H1, H2, H3, etc.) to structure your content and make it easy to read. Create high-quality content that is informative and valuable to your audience. Build backlinks to your website from other reputable websites. Optimize your website for mobile devices. Regularly update your content to keep it fresh and relevant. It's important to keep in mind that SEO is a long-term strategy and it takes time to see the results. So, it is important to create high-quality content and engage with your audience on a regular basis

December 2022 link spam update releasing for Google Search

  Fighting link spam with SpamBrain SpamBrain is our  AI-based spam-prevention system . Besides using it to detect spam directly, it can now detect both sites buying links, and sites used for the purpose of passing outgoing links. What this update means for your site Our launch today, which we refer to as the  December 2022 link spam update , will take about two weeks to fully roll out. Ranking may change as spammy links are neutralized and any credit passed by these unnatural links are lost. This launch will affect all languages. As we have always emphasized, links obtained primarily for artificial manipulation of Search rankings are  link spam . Our algorithms and manual actions aim to nullify these unnatural links at scale, and we will continue to improve our coverage. If you come across sites that engage in inorganic link building, please  report them to us . If you have specific feedback in regards to this update,

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