No index, what does it mean
Last Update: Aug 10, 2020
A week ago I received aproval to promote an affiliate program. I was delighted. I was also offered the use of pre-written articles.
Tonight I got an email from him stating a condition under which the article can be used. It involved the term "no index".
Below is a copy of the email.
The bottom line is this: if you're using myarticles to promote Marriage Fitness, you mustcode the URL's that contain those articles "noindex." That's easy to do; simply place thefollowing meta tag into the <head> section ofevery URL that contains a Marriage Fitnessarticle:<meta name="robots" content="noindex">If you want, you can get more information aboutthe 'no index' meta tag here:<a href="https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93710?hl=en" rel="noopener noreferrer">https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93710?hl=en</a>Just to be clear, you may be using my articles topromote Marriage Fitness in other ways, forexample sending them to your email list with youraffiliate link embedded. This is not a problem andyou can continue to do this. The aboveinstructions do not affect this strategy.Also, you can continue to host my articles on yoursite; however, as mentioned above, you must makethose pages "no index."
Please help me family
Can my experienced family members help me here by explaining what the requirements are. For expample, what is meant by placing the meta tag into the head?
Of course, what is meant by "no index"? How does taking such action affect my website or that post in particular? Is it a wise thing to do or should I just not use the articles?
How do I code "no index" into the URL, if it's a wise thing to do?
I eager anticipate your responses and reply. I know that this community supports each other.
Thank you in advance for your support.
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