Abbreviation of robots. See .
A type of robot or computer program capable of performing specific tasks and imitating human behavior.
Bot, short for web robot, is code-based and performs automated tasks on the web. Bots are often used for ad fraud by imitating people's movements on websites.
A bot is a computer program that browses or visits websites. A bot can also be called a crawler or a spider.
A computer program that browses or visits websites. Because of these activities, bots are also known as crawlers or spiders. A bot is software that automates tasks normally performed by humans.
Also known as search engines, robots, crawlers. These automated software agents crawl content across the web to understand and index the content to extract the most relevant results for a search.
An automated program that visits websites, also known as a crawler or spider. Search engines like Google use robots to crawl websites so that they can be ranked and added to search indexes. Spammers visit websites for nefarious purposes and often appear as spam traffic in Google Analytics.
(or robot): see scanner definition.
See: crawler, Googlebot.
A bot (alternatively, a spider, a crawler, etc.) is a software application that systematically searches the Internet for new websites and updates. Google's main web crawling bot is Googlebot.
A bot is an active script or program that can perform certain automated tasks. Bots, spiders or crawlers are the most commonly used bots today. Search engines use bots to find websites and add them to their search indexes.