Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by randybishop, Apr 19, 2014.
Is there anyway to hide a private blog network from competitors and not hurt ranking?
Here you go - http://spyderspanker.com/
Long-term, not really.
Wow, a WSO! That pretty much guarantees that it's shit!
Not sure for long term hide from competitors.
My man!!! Finally i see someone here who knows the real value of WSO's and other shit on that forum...
Yes you can block all the trackers (moz, ahrefs, majestic, etc) via robots.txt and/or htaccess
Agree with this plugin. It does it's job.
I am sure that it is not possible to block all the bots, just too many of them.
But blocking all of the most well known should do the trick anyway.
Anyone got a basic robot.txt file they can share to block the majority of these?
I don't think it'll help. From my experience most paid services' bots ignore robots.txt, they spider your site anyway. You need to block them with .htaccess.
That's a seriously useful thing to know... Could be the difference between wasting thousands of dollars!
Actually it's not, it works perfectly fine. All it does is modify the htaccess file, not too complicated.
Separate names with a comma.