Crawl accessibility Crawl accessibility refers to whether search engines can access your website for indexing. Search engines, like Google or Bing, make use of crawlers or bots to access and crawl your website. Our goal is to make sure there is a clear path for the search engines to do their work. If the most critical areas of your site aren’t accessible to these crawlers, then they are practically invisible to search engine users. To ensure crawl accessibility, we review how search engines index your site, check to make sure your sitemap is in good shape, and ensure that the site hasn’t been affected by a penalty. We take a look at the following items listed on right.