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Why did my website lose visibility?
Small sites or sites that have a low number of keywords in the top search results are particularly sensitive to the impact of the update. Therefore any update or extension of the database can noticeably change the graphics. On a large website, such updates have little impact.
You can also determine the reason for the visibility loss by using the position tracking feature of your website in the search results for relevant keywords. In this case, you should set up a Rank Tracker project. If your site loses positions in the top 20 search results, it's no wonder that visibility is also changing.
If you see that the positions for some queries have grown and the visibility doesn't change or fall, it shows that these keywords are not as "qualitative" and have low search volume.
Other reasons why your site is not "visible": technical bugs or new search engine filters.
If I have a multilingual website, which language should I choose in the Rank Tracker settings?
Why should you do this? These settings allow you to analyze local search results and optimize your website for a particular region.
Why is the website not scanned?
Since search engine robots have a similar crawling order, they also won't be able to scan your site correctly: indexation may suffer and the level of site optimization within search engines will decrease.
If you have set a high speed of the exam, your site can simply "lock" the crawler. To avoid this situation, use the following audit settings:
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