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    Ninja16 is offline Public Member
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    Default Do noindexed page visitors brings any effect to website?

    Hello guys,

    I have livestreams on my homepage (http://eniyibahis-siteleri1.com). Each match has its own URL like abc.com/chelsea-liverpool etc. I needed to make noindex to all stream urls since tons of games got indexed and there were tons of pages listed in GWT.

    I want to be sure that if these noindexed URLs bring me favor in return of visitors. If it doesnt bring me favor how can i set up URLs?


    I am sorry for my English if its not clearly understandable.

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja16 View Post
    Hello guys,

    I have livestreams on my homepage (http://eniyibahis-siteleri1.com). Each match has its own URL like abc.com/chelsea-liverpool etc. I needed to make noindex to all stream urls since tons of games got indexed and there were tons of pages listed in GWT.
    here's what you need to do:

    1. Add a date in the landing page URL for each game - people use dates to disambiguate when using search engines because generic terms like liverpool vs chelsea livestream will often show old pages.

    so you might end up with something like /livestreams/chelsea-liverpool/chelsea-liverpool-livestream-31-05-2019/

    2. add some logic in your code so that once the date of the match is over, that page will automatically 301 redirect to the most relevant parent page or directory - in this case /livestreams/chelsea-liverpool/ (or just /livestreams/) - the key benefit being the preservation and passing of any pagerank earned from inbound links to the page for a given date, and passing the relevance onto the parent page.

    good luck.

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