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jomaxx - 6:41 am on Feb 17, 2010 (gmt 0)Thread source:: http://www.webmasterworld.com/google/4081021.htm
The 403 is a pretty strong hint that your IP address is banned. I'm sure that Google employees have access to tools that would allow them to quickly confirm what is going on.
|Neither Google (or any other SE), or visitors are required to be provided with an explanation for denial of access. More often than not, the visitors browser will simply return the browsers own default 403. |
Just because traffic hasn't gone down doesn't mean that your actions haven't hindered the growth of your site.
|I limited non-NA traffic to two websites for more than ten years, including on the translators, SE provider tools and many other file utilities. |
And all of this visitor restriction/denial without hindering my SERP's or even slowing down the crawling by the major SE's.
Nobody said anything of the kind in this thread. We're talking about the overall user experience of geo-crippled websites and whether they should be listed in Google. They obviously should NOT be listed in regional Googles where users are banned, but unless they start spidering from every country in the world they have no way of being that specific.
|Additionally, the hogwash about the WWW being a community of free and unrestricted access is pure hogwash. The WWW is served with a variety of uses and even closed networks with no public access at all. |
"Extranet" and "Intranet" are good reading topics for those who may not be aware of such things.
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