The Robots.txt Summit at Search Engine Strategies New York 2007 was the latest in a series of special sessions with the intent to open a dialog between search engines representatives and web site publishers. Past summits featured discussion on comment spam on blogs, indexing issues and redirects. The subject of this latest summit was to discuss the humble but terribly important robots.txt file. Danny Sullivan moderated, with panelists Keith Hogan, Director of Program Management, Search Technology, Ask.com, Sean Suchter, Director of Yahoo Search Technology, Yahoo Search, Dan Crow, Product Manager, Google and Eytan Seidman, Senior Program Manager Lead, Live Search. The Robots.txt summit session was not on how to use the robots.txt file, rather as Danny Sullivan explained, “We’re assuming you know how to use it and are frustrated with it. This is about how you want to see it evolve.” For a potentially dry and technical subject, the panel turned out to be quite interesting, with panelists offering some valuable tips. All engines on board with Sitemaps.org One of the announcements that occurred during the week of SES was Ask.com joining Google, MSN and Yahoo in supporting the Sitemaps auto discovery. This feature allows webmasters to specify the location…
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