Re: Cloaking who is doing it and whats the best script
That's not really dependant on which software you use, just use the NOARCHIVE tag on the Google version of the pages to keep your site out of the cache.
Originally posted by genevaroth
I am not sure if it blocks the cached version of the site on google, this is quite important to me.
But... and if you're convinced you want to do this, it's none of my business... you'll be violating Google's rules (and those of most other search engines) and will risk getting penalized. Especially if you're in a competitive area it's essential that cloaking is invisible both to search engines and to human visitors -- because most cloaking that is caught is probably caught because it's been reported by a competitor. Best bet would be not to use it on your main domain, at least until you really know what you're doing.
Yeah, that's a good example of an optimized site... or would be if it had been written two years ago. Today, it's not even worth writing in that heavy keyword repitition; other elements will have so much more weight.
"Web design in blah blah, created by our Blahianweb designers in blah using nothing but the best in blah web design technology and nothing but the best web designers in blah. For our blah clients in blah."
Last edited by JayC; 06-21-2002 at 01:35 PM.
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