15
Jul
2011

How to block search engines to index your Google Plus profile

Posted in: Google, Web , 6 Comments

By default, all Google Plus profiles are accessible by search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo search etc. By default your Google Plus profile appear in search engines results.

If you want, you can block all search engines including Google to index your Google Plus profile page. Here is how you can block search engines:

  • Login in your Google Plus account and go to your profile page.
  • Click Edit Profile button.
  • Scroll to bottom of page and click Search visibility.
  • Un-check Help others find my profile in search results and click save button.

Done!! Now search engines will not be able to index your Google Plus profile page.

If your Google Plus profile is already index by search engines, it can take few days to remove your profile page from search results.

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6 Responses to How to block search engines to index your Google Plus profile

  1. Reg Dunlop says:

    Doesn’t this make your profile private? Thus getting your account deleted? Please clarify.

    • Admin says:

      I think it will block only search engines and profile will continue to be public. Other people on Google plus can still see your profile.

  2. Moaaz says:

    hello
    thanks for your article
    but does it block the search in Google plus website only ? or it blocks visibility generally in all search engines ( google ,bing , yahoo .. )

    many thanks .

  3. PASSING says:

    Google should stick to providing a search engine but instead they are spying on people and now with Google plus they are using SSL to try and hide the spy-scripts that have naff all to do with recomending pages and everything to do with spying on your every move.

    G-Plus uses a HTTPS script to load another HTTPS script that then writes to a frame and the bandwidth goes up.

    Thank god Microsoft is trying to provide tools in IE8/9 to stop google in it’s track but only because MS wanted to be Big Bro instead of Google.

    Get yourself a copy of MS-Fiddler to see whats realy going on

  4. Andrea says:

    What about G+ comments index, like Topsy.
    All my comments on public post will be displayed by topsy; can I avoid this?
    Thank you

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