AUPlurk Web Crawler
The AUPlurk web crawler is a bot that scans the Internet for content to be added to our search index. The bot is also compatible with RSS and ATOM feeds.
What is the AUPlurk Web Crawler?
The AUPlurk web crawler is a Bot that scans the Internet for content, such as news articles, images, and links. The content is then added to our search index. The Bot is also compatible with RSS 2.0 and ATOM 1.0 feeds.
Most of our pages will list news articles by default. The articles are ranked by popular news, content, and score quality. One of the best ways to ensure that AUPlurk indexes your website is to include valuable content that our readers want to link to. Our Bot complies with the "robots.txt" rules and policies.
While AUPlurk crawls billions of webpages, not every webpage is indexed. For a website to be indexed, it must meet specific standards for content, design, and technical implementation. We also have quality guidelines. For example, if your website's link structure doesn't include links to each webpage, AUPlurk might not find all the content on your website.
Ranking is determined by many factors. Your website must meet quality standards for search engine inclusion. For example, if your webpage contains several pop-up advertisements that could annoy users, it will not be indexed. We do this on a page-per-page basis.
Our goal is to refer as many people to your website as possible. However, we also want to provide a good experience for web users when referring websites from our search index. In other words, providing a good experience for a web user will give you a higher ranking and will improve your trust rating as well.