What's up with this site?
I was curious what the per hive average was for different parts of the country, so I Googled it.
Seemed weird that Beesource wasn't at the top of the search results, because for years it has been at the top of Google returns on just about anything bee related.
So I did a Google search for "honeybee, beekeeping," and Beesource couldn't be found in the first 10 pages of Google results, so I quit looking. If you aren't in the first 10 pages of Google, you just don't exist.
So I looked at Beesource's robots.txt and found this:
Why would the new owners here set up the robots.txt file so that search engines' spiders aren't permitted to index the forums?
I know why you would want to make a site more popular, never seen anyone try to make their own site less popular.
But I'm just a monkey pushing buttons, maybe I'm wrong about things. I've seen it happen.
8 years, 30 colonies, no chemical treatments