I am almost completely through the training, with only 1 post left to do. I have learned a lot and realize there are some changes that need to be made on my posts, especially the earlier ones that I did. When I make the changes and hit the update button, does Google ever go back and look at my content again. I am asking because I am hoping with some changes they might be able to hopefully rank. Or is it a lost cause once they have looked at the post.

Thanks for your help.

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JeannineC Premium
Don't worry the Google Spider bots will return and check things out. You say you only have one post left - I think no site is every done, that more posts can always keep coming. Adding more posts will attract the bots on a regular basis, cause Google loves new stuff.
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Marlasmith Premium
Thanks for the information.

I meant I only have 1 post left to finish my training.
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MKearns Premium
The bots crawl 24 x 7!
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Marlasmith Premium
Thank you. I wasn't sure how often they come around.
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Steven-A Premium
no "person" looks at your site it's all algorithmic analysis. you can resubmit your site map and every month or so you should make at least one change, even if it's a small edit, to your posts so they don't seem old.
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Marlasmith Premium
I knew it wasn't a person looking at it, but I wasn't sure if the robot or whatever it is came back ever. Thanks for your help.
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katkatskitchen Premium
The bots do return
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HowardJaros Premium
If your page has been indexed it will be crawled again. You can also use this resource:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/submit-url
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Marlasmith Premium
Thank you so much. They have been indexed so I should be ok. Really appreciate it.
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EandS2018 Premium
Very interesting, glad you asked and now I also know the answer.
Scarlett and Elaine
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onmyownterms Premium
Yes, Google constantly crawls and reindexes/reranks the net.
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Marlasmith Premium
That is great news, since I want to change some stuff to make my posts better. Thanks for the help.
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Heidi9 Premium
Yes, if you Fetch as Google in Google Webmaster.
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Marlasmith Premium
Thanks, I appreciate the help.
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