“Googlebot queues all pages for rendering, unless a robots meta tag or header tells Googlebot not to index the page. The page may stay on this queue for a few seconds, but it can take longer than that.” added Google.
- Use meaningful HTTP status codes: These codes are used to find out if something went wrong when crawling the page.
- Use meta robots tags carefully: Google stated that we can prevent Googlebot from indexing a page or following links through the meta robots tag.
- Fix images and lazy-loaded content: “Images can be quite costly on bandwidth and performance. A good strategy is to use lazy-loading to only load images when the user is about to see them” added Google.