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I don't want Google to show a snippet of my site in search results. Is there a code or request form I can use to stop it?
Just Delete code of snippet form you html Head codings...
REMEMBER ONE THING -
" Its allowed by Google But Applied By You"
Snippets and Instant Preview are extremely useful to users and can help them decide whether or not to click on your site in the search results. You can, however, specify that Google should not show a snippet (in which case neither the text snippet nor the preview icon will appear).
To prevent Google from displaying snippets and Instant Preview for your page, place this tag in the <HEAD> section of your page:
<meta name="googlebot" content="nosnippet">
Note that this tag will prevent previews from appearing in regular search results, but will not affect previews on ads.
If you want your page to have a snippet in our search results, but want to prevent Google from using description information from the Open Directory Project, you can use the robots meta tag.
Thanks for the information
This is very helpful information for me. Don’t get me wrong when I say that I am always consulted by some friends who own websites. They know that I am learning SEO and other things related to websites hence I am their unofficial consultant. There is no case about snippets that is shown by Google but now I know how to prevent its showing by using - <meta name="googlebot" content="nosnippet">. Thank you for this.