“The problem probably lies closer to home - there looks to be an enemy in the camp, who has probably been using this, or something like it, "writes North, referring to a code that is inserted into a web page in order to block it from being 'spidered'.”
“As a result, when your site gets spidered by Google and ther search engines, the link gets picked up and the site gets the benefit of your "Google juice.”
“Loved the twisted ending and the spidered windshield.”
“What matters is Google has spidered my site and ranked it very high.”
“Especially as they're not spidered by the search engines.”
“The glass spidered and shattered, trickling down the door frame.”
“His fingers spidered down my back, and I hoped it was too dark for the cameras to see my face.”
“This article has some disconcerting proof that Google has not solved the problem of dates on web pages created, updated, indexed/spidered, server - even though Google has said it uses the date it first indexed the page.”
“Suppose it could be useful if you want to save what gets spidered on that query for mining or other form of re-use.”
“The woman nodded down one of the dark corridors that spidered out from the central room.”
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