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You may have disabled indexing, ensure you have 'Discourage search engines from indexing this site' unchecked under Settings -> Reading


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There are different ways to achieve this. Google tries to automatically extract the publish date of an article you wrote. The most common and easiest way for Google is to use rich snippets: http://schema.org/Article See "datePublished" - property for this. After you implemented these little HTML-snippets you can test your markup using the Rich Snippet ...


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Google's Webmaster Tools allows you to request pages to be removed from Google's index. This should happen a bit quicker than waiting for the crawler to remove the site automatically. If you haven't already, you or your client will need to add the develop site to Webmaster Tools. Then you can do the following for each link added to the index: On the ...


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User-agent They are Web Robots (also known as Web Wanderers, Crawlers, or Spiders), are programs that traverse the Web automatically. Search engines such as Google use them to index the web content, spammers use them to scan for email addresses, and they have many other uses. Disallow It tells the robots that it should not visit the pages or directory of ...


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I found a solution to add rel="nofollow" to comments. My theme maker gave me this hack that you can add in functions.php (no guarantee it will work for everyone, might depend on your theme): function add_nofollow_to_comments_popup_link() { return ' rel="nofollow" '; } add_filter( 'comments_popup_link_attributes', 'add_nofollow_to_comments_popup_link' ); ...



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