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  1. #1

    how to 'close' some links

    hello

    i have few links on my site that i don't want to be indexed by google

    how can i close it from google indexation

    1. make links
    <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.baddomain.com">

    2. make link to www.baddomain.com with redirect (302) on my site and close access of this folder where is located redirect.php

    for example link to www.baddomain.com will be www.mydomain.com/closed/redirect.php?1

    and close access to this folder in robots.txt

    Disallow: /closed/

    3. make link in javascript
    <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript" src="liks.txt"></script>


    any advise will be appreciated
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    you can try this http://services.google.com:8882/urlconsole/controller

    and remove your links

  3. #3
    you can try this http://services.google.com:8882/urlconsole/controller

    and remove your links
    i don't think it's best choice.

    for example i have links on my sponsor site, which (links, not whole page) i don't want to be indexed by google (u can read about supplemental results on another forums),

    in ur case i must remove all pages, where are links to sponsor sites ?

    u think it's good solution? and they will be back after 6 months.
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    3-rx, if you want to close pages with sponsors links from indexetion you may write
    robots.txt
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  5. #5
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    I prefer using rel="nofollow". It's standards compliant and I haven't had a problem with it yet.
    Michael Chase
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  6. #6
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    so u prefer the second method?

    unfortunately i have indexed pages in google (even with cashe) which access is closed by robots.txt ... so i don't think it's 100% safe

    2 cd-mchase

    >>>I prefer using rel="nofollow".

    as i know (IMO), this tag tell google, that pls don't follow this link, but it don't mean , that google don't count this link?
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  7. #7
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    As far as I understand, using nofollow will make it so that Google doesn't even know the site you're linking to exists.
    Michael Chase
    Clear-Data Internet Services - Inexpensive website, reseller, and game server hosting.

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