Noindex Conversion Pages

If you have “confirmation” pages that users reach only after they have completed an important action, it’s a best practice to noindex these pages. Why?

Let’s say each time someone reaches the /thank-you/ page, you count that as a goal completion in Google Analytics. If a user finds that page in Google’s search results and visits it, this would count as a conversion in Google Analytics. And if you multiply that by many unique searchers, these visits now all count as a conversions in Google Ana...

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