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It's indexed! Check this https://www.google.co.in/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=site:faadoocoupons.com/&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&gfe_rd=cr&ei=41NXVrPaE-jI8AfUxb-gAg Google that! You will find your site indexed.


You have a <meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow"> in your homepage. That will stop crawlers from indexing or following any of your links. Remove that and you should be okay. Also, instead of a blank robots.txt file, add the following: User-agent: * Disallow:


For all the URLs where the page and rows define the URL such as this one: www.example.com/products?sort=popular%20asc&page=3&rows=10 The easy way out is to add: <link rel="canonical" href="url"> but replace "url" with the URL to the first page and the default row count. In your case, this can be: <link rel="canonical" ...


You can use Google image extensions for sitemaps to give Google more information about the images available on your pages. Image sitemap information helps Google discover images that we might not otherwise find (such as images your site reaches with JavaScript code), and allows you to indicate images on your site that you want Google to crawl and index. You ...


You can request its removal using Google's URL removal tool.


Persevere. I changed from robots.txt towards meta noindex,nofollow. In order to make the meta work the blocked addresses in robots.txt had to first be unblocked. I did this brutally by deleting the robots.txt altogether (and delcaring it in google's webmaster). The robots.txt removal process as seen in the webmaster tool (number of pages blocked) took 10 ...

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