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Yahoo Now Support NOODP Tags

Discussion in 'Yahoo' started by dhruv37, Oct 25, 2006.

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    Yahoo has now started to support NOODP Tag.

    We can use now below tag to not to display ODP title & meta tags for yahoo.

    META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOODP"
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    META NAME="Slurp" CONTENT="NOODP"

    You can read for more on the - http://www.ysearchblog.com/archives/000368.html
     
    dhruv37, Oct 25, 2006 IP
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  2. mattmdesign

    mattmdesign Well-Known Member

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    It's about time :)
     
    mattmdesign, Oct 25, 2006 IP
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    surekhaweb Banned

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    WHat is the meaning of "="Slurp" And "NOODP"
     
    surekhaweb, Oct 25, 2006 IP
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    mattmdesign Well-Known Member

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    Slurp is the name of Yahoo's spider and NOODP means that they won't use your DMOZ title as your title in serps if you're listed in the DMOZ.
     
    mattmdesign, Oct 25, 2006 IP
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    ewc21 Peon

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    I do not know what took them so long to follow Google and MSN.

    NOODP = Do not use Open Directory descriptions on search results snippets.
     
    ewc21, Oct 25, 2006 IP
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    surekhaweb Banned

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    if i have listed in dmoz and in dmoz my title is "xyz" and in real my site title is "abc" then which title yahoo select?
     
    surekhaweb, Oct 25, 2006 IP
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    mattmdesign Well-Known Member

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    Whichever one they feel like, but if you use NOODP, then they'll always use "abc".
     
    mattmdesign, Oct 25, 2006 IP
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    Now, Yahoo! has mentioned they will also add the No Yahoo Directory directive as a follow up to the NOODP thing. Good one!
     
    ewc21, Oct 26, 2006 IP