Indexed Pages

August 27, 2013  |     |     |   0 Comment

Indexed pages are web pages added to the database of a search engine after its “spiders” crawl a website. As such, these indexed pages can be called up when a user searches in a search engine for the keywords on the web page.

For example, let’s say a search engine indexes a web page about men’s shoes. This happens when its spider visits the web page and adds it to the search engine’s database. When a user searches for “men’s shoes” in that search engine, it lists that web page as one of the search results.


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