Did you know that sometimes those bot protection services will serve Google and other search engines noindex directives? Google's John Mueller said this on X, saying, "Sometimes there's bot-protection (or a login, interstitial, etc) triggering that has a noindex on it."
He also added that it would be better for them to serve 503 server status codes. "Better would be to use 503 for server-side blocks like bot-protection," he wrote.
This was the error he was seeing:
Thanks John, eventually found it thanks to @HamilcDev— Guilherme (@goenning) December 26, 2023
Some shenanigans with NextJS doing client side rendering instead of server rendering
Forum discussion at X.
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