An Army Of Robots Deployed To Force Your Website To Top Of Search Engines
Search robots, also known as spiders and crawlers, are the tools many web search engines, such as Google, Bing, and Yahoo!, use to build their databases. Robots access web pages, often using links to locate and link to other sites. They can index titles, summaries, or the entire contents of documents much more quickly and thoroughly than a human could.
What we do is a little different, we have bots that will run through your pages and it'll leave it's footprint which will be picked-up by the search engine crawler and it will show that your site has received a "visitor". We'll set our bots loose on your website and they'll hit your site every 8-11 seconds and generate over 50,000 "visits" a day. This appearance of mass "visitors" will cause your site to skyrocket up the search engines. We'll even set-up a viewing panel like the one below so you can see the bots hitting your site in real time and watch
your hit counter soar. We have a 30 day satisfaction guarantee. The more "visitors" your site recieves, the more popular it will appear to be to the crawlers and then you'll get listed higher in the search engines. Five Star Services ranks #1 on Bing® and we're on the first page of Google®. We earned our top spots but not all of our clients have the time or the knowledge to do that.
Below you can see our bots "visiting" our client's sites. Occassionally a bot will freeze up or get stuck on a broken URL and every 5 minutes our system will reboot to allow the bots to start running again. When a bot "visits" a page it causes the counter to increase by one hit. A bot "visits" a client's page every 11 seconds on average. The administrator's viewing panel shows the activity of all 460 bots at once, but because it's such a heavy load on the server we decided to only show you 15 real time bot reports on this page.
First the bots "visit" our client's sites and then they return back to their database and log the hit on our counter, all the bots shown above are using the same hit counter, the bots do not each have their own hit counter, that would be senseless to create and monitor 460 hit counters. The accumulated total is what matters to us.