Using a Meta Tag to Tell Google Not to Index a Page in Search Results

To prevent a page from showing its content in Google index even if other websites link to it, use a noindex meta tag.

Placing a noindex tag into the <head> section of your page prevent all robots from indexing a page on your site.

<meta name="robots" content="noindex">

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When Google see this meta tag, it completely remove the page from its search results, even if the other pages link to it.

If your page is still appearing in Google search results after implementing the meta tag, it’s because Google have not crawled your site since you added the noindex meta tag.

Google won’t be able to see the noindex meta tag, If you’ve used your robots.txt file to block the page

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Navneet Singh

Navneet Singh is a young enthusiast who Loves Internet Marketing and is always eager to share useful and authentic content to help others. A Software Engineer By Chance and Working as a Digital Marketing Consultant in an IT MNC by Choice. A Basket Ball Player and a Budding Entrepreneur. Inbound Marketing and Customer Acquisition Certified, and a Conversion Optimization Expert. As Seen on MarketingLand.Com and Forbes.Com You may reach Navneet Singh at navneet.emarketing@gmail.com