Should I add Robot.txt file for Blogger blogs?

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You find many bloggers and YouTubers about Blogger advising their followers to create bot files for their blogs,  and every  of them claims that his file is the best, so do  i actually  have to add the bot file to my blog on Blogger?

And the answer is no! You don't have to add any Robots.txt file to your blog unless  you would like  to hide certain links within the blog.

And the question is what should I do? Don't do anything just don't do the tags corresponding to the bot file in the settings and leave it as you found it (in grey) and blogger will create a bot file suitable for your blog.

Put your blog address  within the  place of and see the result,  you'll  find that there is a bot file that exists even though you have not added any file for your blog and it is the best bot file especially for new blogs.

Explanation of the default bot file for blogger

  1. After  we all know  what the default bot file for blogger is and that no file should be added,  allow us to  explain the meaning of the commands in this file for the sake of knowledge.
  2. Each command  within the  bot file consists of two parts,  the primary  is user-agent followed by a specific name or *, this line specifies the name of the  program  program or bot, if the name is *, the command includes all programs.
  3. The second part  may be a  set of commands such as Allow or Disallow, which is  to offer  the search engine what to archive and what to ignore.

User-agent: Mediapartners-Google 


It means allowing the Google Adsense ad crawler to access  all of your  website pages.

User-agent: *

Disallow: /search

Allow: /

It means allowing all search engines to index your site, the second line means excluding search pages and label pages,  and therefore the  third line is allowing all the site to be indexed.

The last part  is that the  type of sitemap that is allowed to be indexed.

We hope that the article has removed  a touch  confusion about the location of the blogger's robot file, if  you would like  to learn more, visit  the subsequent  page of the official Google website.


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