How does Google crawl through a website?

Google knows websites to crawl based on its current index of websites, links from those websites, and newly registered domains and the websites under them. There is a lot more content on the internet that website crawlers such as Googlebots do not see or index. If an already-indexed web page links to a previously-unknown page on the web, Google will eventually find that page and add it to its indexing. Only content that is indexed will be provided as part of a search result.

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