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Google Asks Hosting Companies To Serve 500 Status Code On Robot Detection Interstitial

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Google Asks Hosting Companies To Serve 500 Status Code On Robot Detection Interstitial


Google’s John Mueller posted one of those PSA tweets this morning asking hosting companies that trigger robot detection interstitials to not use a 200 status code. John also said not to place a noindex on that page. If you do these things the pages served with these can be dropped out of the Google index and search results.

Instead, remove the noindex and serve a 5xx status code, that will help Googlebot deal with the robot detection interstitial.

Here is that tweet:

Then John explains how to do proper Googlebot detection, a topic we covered numerous times here before. Here is that tweet:

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Google Wallet Branded Silly Putty Egg Toy

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Google Wallet Branded Silly Putty Egg Toy

Google gave away these silly putty egg toys branded with the Google Wallet logo on it. Who doesn’t love silly putty eggs toys? Seriously, do you not enjoy silly putty?

I am just not sure what it has to do with Google Wallet?

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This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers.

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