I agree with the other answers; if you don't want to be found on the internet you shouldn't be here, or at least change your name so that you're not found by that term.
Investigating the situtation further:
However, let's dig a little deeper. Why do you want this? A Google search for your username does turn up some...interesting results:
- User bojanskr - Stack Overflow
- Meta Stack Overflow - Prevent my username to be searchable by google <- This question. Streisand effect!
- User bojanskr - Meta Stack Overflow
- Bojan Skrchevski (bojanskr) on Twitter <- You probably want people to see this
- bojanskr | Freelancer.com - C C++ NET C# Java ASP <- You probably want people to see this
- bojanskr's Channel - YouTube
- User bojanskr - Skeptics - Stack Exchange
- User bojanskr - Programmers Meta - Stack Exchange
User bojanskr - Programmers - Stack Exchange
+ Show more results from stackexchange.com (Homebrew, Area 51, IT Security, global Stack Exchange profile)
Next page of Google results, no one sees these:
bojanskr, Kumanovo, Macedonia, Software Developer, Web Program... (guru.com/freelancers)
- bojanskr - Freelancer.com
- bojanskr's Lensmaster Page
- bojanskr - Bytes
- User bojanskr - Area 51 - Stack Exchange
- bojanskr - Macedonian .NET User Group
- Go4Expert - View Profile: bojanskr
- bojanskr - open Freelancer.sg projects
- bojanskr - Freelancer.com.au
- bojanskr - bigger
After that, we're on the third page, which is pretty meaningless. Some more freelancer sites (Gosh, you're registered everywhere!), a Scribd profile, and a Server Fault account.
So what's the problem here?
I'm guessing that you want a search for your username to turn up useful results, such as links to your freelancer pages where you can be hired, and links to pages which validate your reputation. However, the problem isn't that your reputation-validating profile on Stack Overflow doesn't appear on Google, it's that your profile on Stack Exchange Inc. sites overwhelms the search results.
What should Stack Exchange do?
I'm no SEO expert, but I think that the search results should return a Stack Exchange users' n network profile, for example http://stackexchange.com/users/143562/bojanskr. It should not fill the first pages with profiles on every...site...on...the...network.
However, they can't really control this.
What should you do to make searches for
You could do a few things to improve your appearance in Google search results:
- Cause your Stack Exchange network profile and one Stack Exchange profile to be the only pages that Google returns for a
bojanskr query. Your Stack Overflow profile is the most impressive and relevant, so change your name to something like
bojanskr_network, and "Copy profile to all Stack Exchange network accounts" so that your profiles no longer appear in the search. Then, change your name on Stack Overflow back to
bojanskr, and sync your network profile with this account. Tada! Only 2 results from Google for Stack Exchange pages.
- Sign up for fewer freelancing sites, and edit/delete accounts you don't use anymore. No offense, but you look a little desperate on those pages.
- Post some stuff to the blog you link in your profile. Having the domain
bojanskr.blogspot.com is some serious Google juice, but you've not posted anything there and it's currently on page 6. Write a post about something you fixed or built this week, and do it again next week. It's not that hard.
http://bojanskr.com/. It's available. Do it now before Popular Demand starts squatting on it. With a tiny amount of SEO, that page will rocket to the top of search results for
bojanskr. You have even more control of what appears there than you do on your blog.