Out of which, adding robots meta tag (shown below) to every page of the site is probably your best bet.
(NOTE: you can also use Google Webmaster Tools but that will only block Google and not other search engines. It can be used as an insurance to REALLY make sure your site is blocked from Google though.)
<META NAME=”ROBOTS” CONTENT=”NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW”>
I know adding the Robots meta tag on every page requires a lot of work and many people are eager to find alternative ways…. including myself.
So recently I came across to googleon/googleoff tags and apparently these tag tell Google Search Appliance when to start and stop indexing various parts of the web document.
The Google Search Appliance is a rack-mounted device providing document indexing functionality that can be integrated into an intranet, document management system or web site using a Google Search-like interface for end-user retrieval of results.
Which means it is different from Google search bots that index webpages for Google.com.
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