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Re: Faster MCDar than MCDar

  • Subject: Re: Faster MCDar than MCDar
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 11 May 2006 06:04:02 +0100
  • Newsgroups: alt.internet.search-engines
  • Organization: schestowitz.com / MCC / Manchester University
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__/ [ www.1-script.com ] on Wednesday 10 May 2006 23:43 \__

> Darren Tipton wrote:
>> OK, not sure what to do here. If I run the scripts locally under
>> Apache,
>> they all work fine. All the backlinks check work ok and get good
>> results.
>> If I run the scripts from the web server, Google gives me a 302
>> response to
>> the request which works fine locally.
>> Another strange thing, other requests into google, using the same
>> method are
>> not returning the 302. Just the "link:" command.
>> The same server is quite happy to take a request from the browser for
>> this
>> request.
>> Do you guys see this or is all ok from your end?
> It seems to be working fine here. Just did one of my sites, results seem
> consistent with what I saw manually and with McDar tool.
> You must have tripped some sort of alarm with Google looking for those
> Wombats thousand times during the debug. So, they politely wanted to send
> you some place else ;-) Where was the 302 pointing to?

I  used  to be redirected to some pages when I requested 'too  many'  (50)
results per page. This was going on for a while and reached an end without
need  for intervention at my end. If I recall correctly, it gave some sort
of  a  "forbidden  page"  (not  sure about  error  code),  saying  that  I
overloaded the server... or something to that effect.

For  that reason, I no longer run scripts that probe SERP's. If  GoogleBar
can  annoy them, I'm sure that the effect of scripts (Perl) will can  lead
to a potentially irreversible penalty. How long before  we get the  option 
to go to the post office and pay a GFine and redeem some traffic...?

Best wishes,


Roy S. Schestowitz
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