Time-to-Index (TTI) meaning in English

Time-to-Index (TTI)

What is Time-to-Index (TTI)?

Time-to-Index (often abbreviated to TTI) refers to the time period taken by search engines such as Google to crawl and then index a newly published or updated web page.

Time-to-Index is an important metric in SEO, as quicker indexing can enhance visibility and ranking on search engine results pages.

TTI can be influenced by technical onsite factors such as website structure, website/server speed and error rates, as well as the frequency by which search engines crawl a site.


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