On Sat, 20 May 2006 17:43:50 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
<newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on the topic of "Re: Google Sitemaps and
>speaking of ISP, it makes it sound like you host your Web sites at home,
>which conflicts with the following...
Hmm, nope, don't host at home. I always refer to having 2 ISP's. One that I
change regularly i.e. broadband access, carrier and one I use for
>I have made a mental note. They give Tux a bad name, assuming they provide
>Linux hosting. *smile*
Yes it is Linux hosting, I wouldn't have anything else.
>Just when you need them most, they pull the plug. Isn't that just precious?
>"We would like you to well, but not *TOO* well".
Funnily enough, the same day they remove the block....Googlebot returns !
>The cheeky admins should have sent you an E-mail beforehand. There are ways
>of reducing the load of spiders without turning them away: Control files,
>sitemaps in the case of Google, redesign, reductions, rel="nofollow",
>contacting Google, etc.
Yes, agree. I have had an email back from them saying they are talking to
server management team to come up with a process of managing this and that
all /major/ announcements are announced on the hosts forum.
Hmmm, I percieve potentially cutting off someone's income as major myself.
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