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  1. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    If you're starting a new site or something you don't want indexed by Google, use log-in controls (to be completely safe) or noindex/nofollow tags. Many people mistakenly put their development site up on a server without proper noindex tags or log...

  2. Ecommerce Product Pages: How to Fix Duplicate, Thin & Too Much Content

    Noindex, follow": If your goal is to optimize crawl budget and keep duplicates or pagination out of the index, use brute force and block Googlebot via robots "noindex, follow" meta directive. Add self-referential canonical tags (rel="canonical...

  3. SEO Diagnostics: Urgent & Preventive Care

    Meta noindex (follow, nofollow): Nice way to exclude content from searches When canonical tags on the site are not part of the internal link profile, which means there’s a link that exists in a canonical tag that is not used in any of the internal...

  4. How to Quickly Identify Duplicate Content With a Site Crawl

    Meta Data: Will display any Meta Robots Noindex tags Meta Refresh: This is occasionally used to redirect users Meta Data Meta Refresh Glancing to the right it’s obvious that Meta Data and Meta Refresh are not being used, but both contain a...

  5. How To Use HTML Meta Tags

    META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, FOLLOW"> META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"> A developer will noindex/nofollow the pages of the site to keep them from being picked up by the search engines, then forget to remove the tag.

  6. SEO Techniques for Large Sites: How to Maximize Product Visibility in Organic Search

    This likely has ramifications for how Google handles ‘noindex, follow’ and canonical meta tags in concert, as well. Our methods for handling it typically employ ‘noindex, follow’ on paginated URLs (2, 3, 4, etc), and no use of rel canonical except...