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5/13/13
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Google user

When i search on google for my website i find a sort of list of my post under the result.


I've read the FAQs and searched the help center. 
My URL is: 
www.geekyposts.com

When i search on google for my website i find a sort of list under the result.
 Here is a capture:



I don't want a list of posts  if they were categories it was ok but i don't want posts.


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luzie
5/13/13
luzie
Erm ... others would be glad to have that feature for their results, so I don't really know why you're complaining ... ? (The reason why they're not gonna show category pages is because category or tag pages on blogs are basically duplicated content, just repeating what individual posts already have)

(By the way, your http://geekyposts.com/robots.txt is invalid. You can't put tracking code on this file. It's also nonsensical to do so because robots.txt is not meant to receive human visits - apart from reviewers like me, that is ...:D ...)

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5/13/13
Original Poster
Google user
This is not my analytics code this is my hosting's code.

So how can i resolve that previous problem
JohnMu
5/14/13
JohnMu
Hi Husnain

Sitelinks are generated algorithmically based on the structure of your website ( http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=47334 ). Webmaster Tools offers a way of demoting individual ones, but you can't manually specify them. 

I think Luzie pointed at a bigger issue though, your hoster seems to be embedding hidden links on all of your pages. This can be seen as a violation of our webmaster guidelines with regards to your site. For example, looking at a random page on your site, I see the following in the footer:

---
<!--end #wrapper--></body></html><!-- www.1freehosting.com Analytics Code -->
<noscript><a title="Free hosting" href="http://www.1freehosting.com">Free hosting</a><a title="Web host free" href="http://www.1freehosting.com">Web host free</a><a title="Free websites hosting" href="http://www.1freehosting.com/free-website-and-hosting.html">Free websites hosting</a><a title="Pagerank SEO analytic" href="http://www.1pagerank.com">Pagerank SEO analytic</a></noscript>
<script type="text/javascript">
(...)
---

I would strongly recommend having this kind of unnecessary content removed from your website, perhaps your hoster can do that for you, or perhaps it's worth looking for a hoster that doesn't do this (and most don't). If you like, you can point your hoster to our blog post at http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2011/12/tips-for-hosting-providers-and.html which covers this and other issues.

Cheers
John
KORPG Kevin
5/14/13
KORPG Kevin
Yeah, a lot of the free hosting companies embed some sort of "tracking code" after the html tag.
Were I you, I'd seek out one that didn't or consider paying for hosting.
5/14/13
Original Poster
Google user
I like sitelinks but the problems is that only old posts are appearing

so i prefer having categories instead of posts

please help me how can i do it?
KORPG Kevin
5/14/13
KORPG Kevin
As John already replied, you'll need to demote the sitelinks you have (and don't want) in favor of those you desire.
Unfortunately the process may take some time as you can't dictate which links Google's algorithm deems more valuable.
So you'll want to demote the current batch and wait to see which appear next. Then repeat until you get the ones you want.

Also, I believe the sitelink demotion is temporal and you'll likely need to redo the process again.
Michael Martinez
5/14/13
Michael Martinez
You are using an SEO plugin that NOINDEXes your category pages.  There is no reason to do that, and if you want the categories to be used for sitelinks you MUST allow those pages to be included in the index.
 
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