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Nofollow does not prevent crawling What you probably need to do is one of the following:- Have all the links on the page be redirects that are blocked using robots.txt Encode all links on the page using javascript, and have the decoding function in an included script that is blocked using robots.txt to be 100% sure Google doesn't crawl the links That ...


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The other option here would be to create an XML feed of the content on your main site. This is something I am exploring for a client. It of course does require integration into the remote sites, but as far as I'm aware this would not have a detrimental affect on SEO as its just syndication.


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If a page has content="nofollow" , google will not index the page and links inside that page also . so your iframe page also will not be indexed . Unless the iframe link is there from some other page also which doesnt have a no follow tag . or create a sitemap with the pages in that iframe and submit to google for indexing.


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I remember the old day when I do link building by sponsoring WP themes. Well, it goods for your to see backlinks gaining everyday. But when Google sent me a "Love" letter, I start to worried. Google consider it as a bad linking and should be avoided. If not your site will be penalized. That was happened on me. Seeing your ranking drop to nowhere makes your ...


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There is no affect or effect, I think as Google doesn't follow Iframe's content. See more here


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If i understand your question correctly then you want to really apply a no follow on the links that are inside the iframe? Personally i would have said this to be more a job on SO then webmasters however, i'm not sure on an exact way of doing this but these may provide a temporary fix but you may want to investigate them before trying. My first approach ...


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You could move your form urls to a folder that is blocked via robots.txt file. Then the search engines donĀ“t even bother crawling those. Your plan to integrate your forms via iframe in your CMS does not seem to be the best approach to me though, at least from a technical and user experience point of view.


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Disallow: /article/ will block the URL (or page) article/ and all subfolders or subpages. That's why, if the robots.txt of externaldomain.com applies this directive for the user agent is googlebot, don't worry. Here are Google instructions on this.



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