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    Serial Publisher silver trophy aspen's Avatar
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    Holy Cow!

    Check this out. I have this little portal site for my teeny tiny rural farming home town (which I thankfully no longer live).

    One of the features is a search engine friendly version of DMOZ, which all in all makes the site huge in number of pages (all dynamic of course).

    It actually gets some traffic when people search for some obscure topic the dmoz page at my site comes up... it gets maybe 5000 page views a day because of that.

    Something has been sucking down my server lately, and I just figured out what. Here are the last two days of traffic on that site:

    Mozilla/5.0 (Slurp/cat;; 74.82% 55038
    Mozilla/4.0 compatible ZyBorg/1.0 (; 7.88% 5795
    Firefly/1.0 (compatible; Mozilla 4.0; MSIE 5.5) 7.54% 5544
    Openfind data gatherer, Openbot TW/3.0+(;+ 3.77% 2770
    Openfind data gatherer, Openbot/3.0+(;+ 2.55% 1874
    TurnitinBot/1.5 1.42% 1044
    That number is the number of hits.

    People find it hard to get Inktomi to spider their site.... 55,000 page views from Inktomi... crazy.

    Considering how I don't make any money off this site I think it's time to consider employing a robots.txt file to block engines other than Google.
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    Bananas contain Zinc fonzerelli_79's Avatar
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    one of my other sites has dmoz in it. You can get dmoz paegs listed quite easily which is very good

    maybe you should try and make some money with the site
    Last edited by fonzerelli_79; Sep 27, 2002 at 03:39.

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    So simply having the directory on your page added hits to the page. Is there a particular reason why this happens.

    Is the hit rate just as effect if its not on your index page.


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