Know what it means to index a website
Understand why certain pages should not be indexed
Know which page not to index
In this article we will see in detail why you should not index certain pages of your site in order to improve or at least not penalize your SEO natural referencing.
What does indexing a site mean?
First of all you have to know what it means to index a site. Indexing a site is like putting a site in its index .When you create your website, Google first indexes your site and then references it .Google, along with all other search engines, indexes your website by putting it in its link directory.This therefore means that your site exists with search engines. But when your site is indexed by search engines it does not mean that it is referenced , on the contrary!In order to find out if your site is indexed by Google or other search engines, just type “site: domainname.com” in the search bar: The number of links that appears is the number of pages indexed by the search engine. research in question.But as we have just said previously, this does not mean that your indexed pages are referenced or even well referenced. You should also know that the pages which are not indexed are certainly not referenced!To find out if your pages are referenced by the search engine in question, all you have to do is type the keyword related to your page or your blog article. If your page does not appear in the first results of Google, or at least of the first pages, it is because it is not yet referenced by the search engine.Thus, if you have worked on the natural referencing of your page or your blog post and it is in the last pages of Google, it simply means that Google still has not indexed this page.Now we will see why it is interesting at the level of natural referencing not to index certain pages of its site.
Why not index certain pages of his site?
Which page of your site should not be indexed?
As we have just seen, the pages that you should not index on your website are quite simply the pages that bring little or no value to your audience or which do not really meet a need in your theme.
Here are some examples:
Terms of Sales
Terms of Service
Author’s page (of articles)
Finally, to tell Google not to index certain pages, you must yourself do some work on the links of these pages on your website.This therefore means that you must set the links on these pages as non-indexable by search engines.Likewise, you can also schedule each of your links to tell Google to take it into account or not. With this information, he will know whether or not to redirect the popularity of your site to the link in question.You can do this by putting your links in “no follow” links. To learn more about do follow and no follow links, simply click on the link that appears to be redirected to the article on no follow and do follow links .To put it simply, a no follow link means that when Google’s robots (crawlers), come across your site and come across it, they shouldn’t take it into account. That is, they will not redirect the popularity of the site to this link.For example, when someone comments on one of your posts and they put a link from their site (which they just created) in the comments and you don’t know the popularity of the site, since the link is in no follow Google will not account for and direct the popularity of the site to this one.In other words, it helps tell Google which trusted links add value to our site and which links we are not really aware of and want to be ignored.