As Your Shopify Store Grows, Why Does Google Find Less & Less Of Your Products?
There are over a billion+ domains today.
The number of product pages is exploding every day.
Google has to visit these billion+ domains regularly and crawl them.
Yes, Google is a humongous company. But it is a daunting task even for Google.
Google allocates a specific time and resource for each domain, called Crawl Budget.
As your Shopify store continues to add products, the Crawl Budget (time allocated) generally remains the same.
Just because your store added 100s of new products this week, Google's algorithm won't dedicate its entire weekend just to you.
Yeah, yeah we know you are important. But please understand Google treats almost all VIPs the same way :-)
The Google crawl budget allocated for your store will probably remain more or less the same.
As your Shopify store grows, the allocated "crawl time budget" forces Google to start cherry-picking what it can index (find) or cannot index (find) within the allocated time.
This causes the slow decline of the indexed (found) percentage of your site.
Over time, customers will find less and less of your site on Google Search.
This means you will have to spend more and more on paid advertising to get your products found by your customers.
Sales may grow, but profits will shrink!
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