This is not really a complaint, more of just me wondering why
the following is the case.
# no hot or best rss for google
So please let me know if I am correct in assuming then that
*latest?rss$ is allowed? Meaning the google bots that hit the hubbers profile will follow through all the do follow links, including *latest?rss$
I am not even sure what *latest?rss$ means - if that is the link to latest or something to do with a feed.
So if I ping *hot?rss$ and *best?rss$ will a search engine follow and check all that page or stop because of the disallow (which I assume means no follow)
If you ping an XML file, they will parse the URLs from the file, not the file itself, for inclusion in their search index.
However, you're better off using Feedburner anyway. It will automatically ping popular services and search engines automatically when your feed is updated (granted, you have to enable that feature).
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