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November 21, 2005, 5:05 am
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I was trying to ask the same question in another relative newsgroup bu
haven't got any answer yet. So maybe someone here could help:
I'm using mod_rewrite redirect on requests to service provider. After this
- provider makes HTTP redirect to certain domain. Why I do this - just to
hide the service provider from visitors - so it looks like my site is the
provider by itself. So i'm doing like that:
^viewprofile\/(.+)$ http://www.serviceprovider.co.uk/cgi-bin/visitdomain.cgi?domainname =$1
everything works very good - except Google. It still treats these links as
my internal pages!!! I already placed REL="NOFOLLOW" to all links - but
there are still a lot of those inks in G index - almost a half of all
indexed pages, G lists them as links without any description. When click
you just redirected to srvice provider site and then to a domain!!! So i'm
not sure that NOFOLLOW works here.
So my question is: what i'm doing wrong, how to prevent bot from doing
stupid job and make it index REALLY my pages more effectively.
Thanks in advance.
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