Every website that is built on WordPress has the ability to turn off search engine indexing. There are a few reasons why you might want to turn off search engine indexing on your WordPress site. One reason is that you want to keep the search engine spiders from indexing your site at all. You may have a very popular site, and if you don’t want the indexing, you can actually turn it off. Another reason is that you don’t want to have your website indexed by search engines and you want to keep your content private. The article below will teach you how to turn off search engine indexing on a WordPress site through the WordPress control panel.

1. How to disable search engine indexing

If you want to disable search engine indexing, you can use the following instructions. This will prevent search engines from indexing your website.

2. Why you might want to disable search engine indexing

If you have a website that you want to remain hidden from search engines, you can disable their indexing with a plugin. However, you should only do this if you have a good reason for doing so. Disabling the indexing may result in an increase in your website’s ranking for specific keywords, but it may also be detrimental to your website’s traffic. If you are not sure what you should do, you should talk to a web developer about your options.

3. How to disable search engine indexing

To stop search engines from indexing your website, stop your website from sending the search engines the robots.txt file. Search engines aren’t able to index your website without a robots.txt file.

4. Conclusion.

WordPress is an open source content management system that allows website owners to create and manage their own website. Originally, WordPress was not meant to be used as an e-commerce website. However, with the right setup, it can be used to create an e-commerce website. The key is to make sure that you disable search engine indexing on your website. This will ensure that your website does not appear in search engines.

 

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By Muthali Ganesh

I am an engineer wih a masters in business administration from Chennai, India. I love discovering and sharing hacks.