Googlebot visits some web pages more often than other web pages. According to Google’s John Mueller, that does not mean that the pages that are crawled less often do not get high rankings. Regular crawling is not a requirement for high rankings.
If your web pages, do not change often (for example e-commerce product pages) then it’s okay if Google does not visit the pages often:
I suspect the crawling period is fine for things like that. Regular crawling isn't a requirement for visibility or ranking in search. (Often the URL count is also misleading, especially on ecomm a lot of those are often "unnecessary" URLs; filters/sorting/etc)— John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) 4. Juni 2018
Do you have to do something?
If your web pages do not change regularly, it’s fine if Googlebot does not visit your pages often. However, you should make sure that there aren’t any problems on your web pages. Google might be wrong about the updates on your pages, and there could be other things that prevent Googlebot from visiting your website.
The website audit tool in SEOprofiler helps you to check your web pages for errors that can lead to indexing problems. You can create your SEOprofiler account here: