Google Panda Final Manual Update

on Sunday 17 March 2013

Google Panda Final Manual Update

Google spam team head Matt Cutts said that we should expect the refresh of Panda By Monday ,As its normal that entire Seo and webmaster community would discussing and expecting the rank changes and existing ranking will be fluctuate from worse to better or vice versa.
apart i would like share few points on this .

google yet not confirmed the update neither denied the same .

Matt cutts announced that he Panda algorithm will be more of a rolling update,
as opposed to what it has been as a manually pushed out update.

So the update that is rolling out over the weekend might not be that noticeable to you and I.

"Thanks wait till any final announcement.Seo Tips Center Kolkata"

Types of Robots.txt

on Tuesday 5 March 2013

Good morning every one .

Today i am going to point out the few things regarding robots.txt file .A robots.txt file defines the privilege for Search engine crawler that which part of the website will be crawled and which part will not.

Example : Suppose in the root folder of your website there are many folders ,which you don't want to give access to anyone or robots (Crawler) like anon_ftp , cgi-bin , you can simply restrict these folder by adding a file in your root directory called robots.txt. Here is the format

User-agent: *
Disallow: /anon_ftp/
Disallow: /cgi-bin/ 

The above example defines that for all the crawler  these two folders are restricted , they cannot index the content of these folder.if you wish , you can specify the different crawler by different restrictions.
Like you want only Googlebot not index these above mentioned two folders. then the syntax of robots.txt file will be .

User-Agent: Googlebot
Disallow: /anon_ftp/
Same applies for other crawler also .

Blocking user-agents

The Disallow line lists the pages you want to block. You can list a specific URL or a pattern. The entry should begin with a forward slash (/).
  • To block the entire site, use a forward slash.
    Disallow: /
  • To block a directory and everything in it, follow the directory name with a forward slash.
    Disallow: /junk-directory/
  • To block a page, list the page.
    Disallow: /private_file.html
  • To remove a specific image from Google Images, add the following:
    User-agent: Googlebot-Image
    Disallow: /images/dogs.jpg 
  • To remove all images on your site from Google Images:
    User-agent: Googlebot-Image
    Disallow: / 
  • To block files of a specific file type (for example, .gif), use the following:
    User-agent: Googlebot
    Disallow: /*.gif$
  • To prevent pages on your site from being crawled, while still displaying AdSense ads on those pages, disallow all bots other than Mediapartners-Google. This keeps the pages from appearing in search results, but allows the Mediapartners-Google robot to analyze the pages to determine the ads to show. The Mediapartners-Google robot doesn't share pages with the other Google user-agents. For example:
    User-agent: *
    Disallow: /
    ediapartners-Google Allow: /
Note that directives are case-sensitive. For instance, Disallow: /junk_file.asp would block, but would allow Googlebot will ignore white-space (in particular empty lines)and unknown directives in the robots.txt.
Hope this is helpful, Suggestions please write me