[ic] search engine indexing scan/ MM=0f73bb47ac44f4e422.....
kevin at cursor.biz
Sat Jun 17 09:25:45 EDT 2006
Peter <peter at pajamian.dhs.org> wrote:
> On 06/17/2006 05:03 AM, Kevin Walsh wrote:
> > Another way would be to recognise spiders and reduce the size of the
> > HTML output. Only showing a list of links to products (dropping all
> > the nice user-orientated stuff like prices and images) is one way to
> > do that.
> Be careful about doing that. Google has been known to blacklist sites
> that return a different page to thier spiders than what gets shown to a
> regular browser.
Yes - you need to be careful with that. They're usually happy as long
as you're not attempting to manipulate the ranking in some way, such as
feeding extra keywords etc. They don't auto-blacklist - they always
look into each case, as far as I understand. Someone who knows more
about SEO can advise better.
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