As of September 1, 2019, Google will no longer support the E-commerce Photo Editing robots.txt indexing directive. This means that Google will start indexing your web pages if you only relied on the robots.txt noindex directive to remove those pages from the SERPs. You have until September 1 to delete it and use another method. What is a robots.txt noindex? It's a tag (usually in the HTML) in your robots.txt file that prevents search E-commerce Photo Editing engines from including this page in the SERPs. Why does Google no longer support it? Because the noindex robots.txt directive is not an official directive. And, as Google says: “
In the interest of maintaining a healthy ecosystem and preparing E-commerce Photo Editing for possible future open source releases, we are removing all code that handles unsupported and unpublished rules (such as noindex) on September 1, 2019.” Click here to download it for free now! We've helped E-commerce Photo Editing Fortune 500 companies, VC-backed startups, and businesses like yours grow revenue faster. Get a free consultation Recent Google Updates
Google has been busy making many updates in 2019. As a reminder, E-commerce Photo Editing the most important ones are: June 2019 main update. Google released an official statement saying that “Tomorrow we are releasing a full core algorithm update, as we do several times a year. This is the main update for E-commerce Photo Editing June 2019. Our advice regarding these updates remains the same as we have already covered. » Tomorrow we are releasing an extensive core algorithm update, as we do
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