Feature suggestion: visibility option on pages to block search engines.
I know the visibility setting allows to set a page to public or private, however: I want my 'about' page (for example) to be public, but I don't want people to arrive on it out of context directly from a Google search on some keywords or images. I want 'about' to be for persons only who are already on the blog and have read a post or consider reading one and then want see who the author is. I wouldn't mind a direct link (if relevant), but I mind traffic from irrelevant keyword searches.
I have down-revised my 'about' page to just a short joke for that reason; because I don't want my professional history, education and other traceable info to be in Search and landed on randomly out of context.
What matters is to be able to control the context content is displayed in. I guess it is psychological: like it is fine to walk in bikini on the beach, but not on the train station. Internet search breaks down the walls between different contexts.
There could be posts as well where the same was the case, although I can't think of any right now...
The other pages are link pages, which I very much would like to come up in search; they are purely technical and informative. For personal blogs there could more pages a blog owners would like to keep public but out of reach of the search robots; 'blog visitors only'... just feels better.
The blog I need help with is mados.wordpress.com.