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The idea, I think, is that you want to get rid of your old stuff. You don’t want to just sit on it waiting for Google to give it away.
Unfortunately, I’m not sure that’s a great idea. If you’re going to purge your old stuff, then you have to purge it from a variety of places. First, you take it and shove it into the recycle bin. Second, you clean out your recycle bin. Third, you purge your trash. There are some pretty good sites that will help you purge the trash too.
The trash is pretty easy to categorize. It is anything not directly related to search engine optimization. Trash that contains your logo, images, or other marketing collateral can be categorized as such. Trash that contains text can be categorized as such or sent to the recycle bin. Most of the time I see this done by a company or individual that wants to purge their old files and other stuff that they don’t need.
Although we have a Google Webmaster Tools account and can see what pages are most and least popular, we don’t know what the trash is for.
Google Webmaster Tools is a tool used by Google to monitor a website’s crawl history. In theory, it can see how many times a website has been crawled, and then how many times it has been crawled since the last time the website was visited. This information is a great tool for any website owner because it lets them know when their pages have been crawled too many times or too little.
The most likely solution is to have a very large group of users who are more interested in seeing the results of their crawlers. That way, they can more easily make their own crawlers.
But crawling a website is tricky. It involves lots of human labor, and a website’s visitors will always be more or less the same. The more you can control the amount of crawling a website gets (and the more you have the ability to prevent it), the better. Google has a lot of tools to help with this, but they’re hardly ideal. They can also be very time consuming to set up.
Google’s crawl results are displayed by the results of their webmaster tool, which is used by Google’s search engine. The results are displayed on a map that shows the position of every page on a website using a specific “crawl result” tag. To prevent crawling results from getting too out of hand, Google only crawls websites that have a “crawlable” tag on them. As long as a website has a tag, Google will only crawl it.
Most websites don’t have a crawlable tag, so most websites won’t be crawled.