Of course I want my content to be indexed pretty fast by search engines, however not my notifications bar.
My notifications bar contains the last 30 changes to content on the site, and I don't want this to show in my SEO meta. As all the notifications are generic, it often doesn't provide any relevant information.
As I said the notifications are generic. If an article named "123" was created, it would create a notification that says "Article "123" was created by xxx at 12:00AM". I'm now wondering if this is a content design problem. As only 1/3 of this information is actually relevant to users (the title, what happened).
By SEO meta, and irrelevant notification data being shown, I mean this -
Basically what I was wondering, is how I could optimise this, so search engines wouldn't show this generic nonsense.