hubpages.com The lastest release of Crawltrack now tracks indexed pages within Yahoo and MSN. And also it tracks the keywords and entry pages to your site from the search engines. Very cool. And did I mention that it is free?
mark8t.com So, while Google Analytics (or scripts of that kind), do a wonderful job of tracking human visitors, they cannot give you any information on spider (or User-Agent) behavior. Truthfully, to measure, or make the most of your SEO efforts, you need to know when a spider is coming in, what pages they're requesting, and how often there coming back (if ever). With this in mind, we suggest you try out the free Robot Tracker CrawlTrack.
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For this you use a free script called Crawltrack which you can find at crawltrack.net. It comes with a detailed instruction on how to set it up for use with many GNU scripts including phpFusion.
searchmaestro.co.uk One way to monitor the search engines crawlers is to install a small, but powerful not to mention free program that is designed to track only the crawlers and search engine spiders. The software is called CrawlTrack and is available in a wide range of languages. It is deigned for specifically for use with PHP but it is a valuable piece of software to monitor and track the activity of search engines on your website.
branica.com Learn how to use Crawltrack to track search engine spiders. It is a great piece of free software.
secure.agaresmedia.com This is a useful little script for tracking crawlers, the other plus is it'll help block out hackersk.