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NOVEMBER 17, 2011 [301, Noindex] Duplicate Content in a Post-Panda World
2) 301 Redirect. Unlike a 404, the 301 tells visitors (humans and bots) that the page has permanently moved to another location. An important technical note: you need to 404, Robots.txt block or Meta Noindex the page before requesting removal. Log in. Sign up. Feedback.
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MAY 31, 2009 [301, Noindex] Can't Shake A Google Penalty? What To Do Next?
Added new quality content on a regular basis - Added a tagcloud to improve crawlability - Added a great deal of relevant wikipedia-like internal linking (as per Ronburks classic post) - Added noindex,follow on the individual tag-pages to prevent duplicate content - Added the new canonical tag (yep, I am desperate) - Removed interlinking (it was only minor anyways) - Added valid XML Sitemap He has submitted reconsideration requests to no avail.
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WWW.AUDETTEMEDIA.COM [301, Noindex] The SEO Guide to Information Architecture | AudetteMedia
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In general, you’ll want to make wide use of 301
permanent redirects in cases where a) the page has moved to a new location, b) visitors are likely to be confused or frustrated by a 404 error page, c) another page closely matches the content of the expired or deleted page. For specific pages, you can also add a meta name="robots" content="noindex
, nofollow" to the head section to exclude that page. MORE >>