Here is the answer of the question: Scenario: Your colleague has told you that they’d like a landing page to not appear in search results. You notice that this landing page URL is already disallowed in robots.txt. What should you do to guarantee the page doesn’t appear in Google’s search results?
- Add a noindex meta tag to the page
- Remove the page’s URL from the robots.txt file and add a noindex meta tag to the page
- Nothing. Because the page URL is already disallowed in robots.txt, it can never appear in Google’s search results
- Remove the meta title and description from the page so that Google can’t display it in SERPs.
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