Website Not being crawled by Google

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I have installed Google webmaster tools on 16-Aug-2012 at chemdryexpress.ie and sitemap.xml submitted on the same day. Next day website was crawled by Google i.e on 17-Aug-2012. Since then it is not being crawled. Before installing Google Webmaster Tools it was being crawled regularly. for example on 8 Aug 2012 11:42:34 GMT and 12 Aug 2012 14:05:40 GMT. Can anybody help for this issue?

Thanks in advance!
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  • Profile picture of the author Elle Davies
    You can use the Google Webmaster Tools to increase the crawl rate...

    Is your site search engine friendly?

    ...And have you indexed your site well i.e. are there enough links pointing back to the site?
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    • Profile picture of the author sushilkin
      Thanks for your suggestions
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  • Profile picture of the author Egrove Systems
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Nothing mentioned above will increase the crawl rate.
      Not sure why people think it will. You can't
      force google to do anything. All that does is
      "ask" google to crawl it. They don't have to.

      At the moment, google sees no reason to crawl it
      regularly. Most folks are lucky if they get
      once every 2 weeks. Just keep adding content
      and building links. Eventually, if warranted, google
      will increase the crawl rate.

      There is nothing magical about getting crawled,
      and no sitemap or other BS is going to increase it.

      The WF gets crawled every second, and they have
      none of that nonsense.

      Google is smart enough to know why and when it should
      crawl a site.

      Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author MatthewAus
    I wouldn't bother increasing the crawl rate. That is actually a really small factor. Post content more often and build more links. Every single link you acquire should be pinged so Google indexes that quickly.
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