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Blog syndication with noindex to avoid duplicate content. (4 posts)

  1. gmurray96
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    I need a plugin like this to create a monthly generic business blog post that can be distributed to my 30 client sites at once They will be creating their own posts as well, which can be SEO-friendly. But, I want the posts I create to be no-index because I don't want their sites punished for the identical, duplicate content.

    Is there an option built into this plugin that can allow me to noindex the posts I create? If this is not built in, do I have any other options? Such as setting up a category that will be a no-index category or setting up a user profile in each of their admins where I can post from that user profile and anything attributed to that user will be posted as a noindex?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/threewp-broadcast/

  2. edward_plainview
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 7 months ago #

    I believe Yoast's WordPress SEO plugin can set the noindex flag of posts. Broadcast will happily broadcast the SEO fields at the same time as the post.

  3. gmurray96
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    Thanks, Edward. I'm assuming that option in Yoast would noindex all of the posts, which I wouldn't want to happen. I want mine (the syndicated ones) to be noindex, but theirs (my clients) to be indexed. Am I correct with that assumption? Hopefully not, but if so...

    ...do you have any other solutions come to mind?
    Perhaps setting up a category that will be a no-index category or setting up a user profile in each of their admins where I can post from that user profile and anything attributed to that user will be posted as a noindex? Or something else I'm not thinking of?

  4. edward_plainview
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 7 months ago #

    I can't really say, since I never noindex my posts.

    Maybe a category with a special category-xx.php file that displays the posts with the noindex property, as you say?

    I'm not sure what the easiest solution would be, other than a plugin that marks things as noindex.

    If nothing else, then maybe a custom plugin will have to be coded?

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