kedaha wrote:I spotted another one today: Majestic-12 [Bot]; I wonder how many there are.
Alta Vista [Bot]
Ask Jeeves [Bot]
Google Adsense [Bot]
Heise IT-Markt [Crawler]
IBM Research [Bot]
ICCrawler - ICjobs
Online link [Validator]
Yahoo MMCrawler [Bot]
Yahoo Slurp [Bot]
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Google [Bot] Mon Oct 31, 2016 4:58 pm Deactivate Edit Delete
Post by roseway » but it baffles me why they need to be manually registered.
“Bots”, “spiders” or “crawlers” are automated agents most commonly used by search engines to update their databases. Since they rarely make proper use of sessions they can distort visitor counts, increase load and sometimes fail to index sites correctly. Here you can define a special type of user to overcome these problems.
by Bulkley » I say should because I'm never quite sure that's all they do.
If you have problems with accounts or with posting, or having any other technical problem or question, please contact email@example.com. The same repeat-guideline as for team@ exists here.
tomazzi wrote:... who cares about Bing?
tomazzi wrote: please delete my account on this forums...
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