If you Google my name, it comes up with a link to my ServerFault profile first, then StackOverflow profile, then LinkedIn, then website, etc.
I've heard it's common practice for employers to Google your name, so I'd like the results to show the most relevant information. My ServerFault account contains nothing, and there's no reason for an employer to see my Meta profile (which is further down, but still on page 1). Having those links show up in the results isn't relevant or helpful to someone searching for information about me.
What I'd like is to prevent Google (and other search engines) from spidering/showing my *Overflow site profiles except StackOverflow, or be able to control this somehow per *Overflow site.
Honestly, I don't know if this is even possible, as I'm not familiar with SEO and such. I know this kind of thing would never work perfectly, but as long as it works for the major search engines, that's all that matters.
I suppose a way around this is to simply remove my name from the profiles I don't want to show up... but that doesn't really solve the problem. For example, I could end up building a good rep here on Meta, to which I would want to attach my name for other users to see, but is an employer (or anyone else in the general public, for that matter) really going to care about what goes on here? Highly unlikely. I think employers would be more interested in things that relate to the tasks for which I would be hired. It isn't important information even though it may be ranked higher on Google.