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Hide your affiliate portal from search engines
Hide your affiliate portal from search engines

Ask search engines to not index your affiliate signup page

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Written by Emmet Gibney
Updated over a week ago

Hiding your affiliate portal from search engines

A common use for custom HTML code is to add a meta tag that tells search engines not to index pages on your affiliate portal. This can prevent your affiliate signup/login pages from appearing in Google results.

To hide these pages from search engines, copy and paste the code below in to the Affiliate portal <head> code field on your Company Settings page:

<meta name="robots" content="noindex">

The final result should look something like this:

⚠️ This is functionality is recommended for advanced users only.

Due to the unpredictable nature of third-party code, we may not be able to troubleshoot or provide support for issues related to this feature. Remember to exercise caution, especially when adding third-party JavaScript code.

Keep in mind that Rewardful may change the HTML structure of pages at any time without notice, which could break custom CSS or JavaScript that manipulates the DOM. We recommend defensive programming practices and checking your affiliate portal periodically to ensure your custom code is behaving as expected.

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