06 Nov '17, 1pm

Google: Few Strong Pages > Many Weak Ones

Google: Few Strong Pages > Many Weak Ones

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that fewer strong pages is often better than having many weak pages. John wrote "You can do a lot of things, but that doesn't make it a good strategy for all sites :). Often few strong pages > many weak ones." Here is the tweet: You can do a lot of things, but that doesn't make it a good strategy for all sites :). Often few strong pages > many weak ones. — John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) November 2, 2017 This isn't something new, Google has been saying this sort of message since after Panda launched several years ago. The old days of SEO where you just made as many pages for long tail keywords does not work as well at all anymore.

Full article: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-few-strong-pages-many...

Tweets

#SEO

#SEO

searchengineland.com 06 Nov '17, 2pm

It’s been awhile, thanks to a crazy fall conference season, but I’m back — and it’s time for another exciting episode of G...

After a long journey, Patrick Cantlay has made ...

pgatour.com 06 Nov '17, 2am

Just two weeks before the accident, Cantlay had received a different kind of punch to the gut. He had been preparing to pl...

How many links does it take to get to page 1?

How many links does it take to get to page 1?

thehoth.com 04 Nov '17, 7pm

To be honest, I don’t want this to come across like we’re even going to pretend to give you a foolproof answer. There are ...

Google releases a variety of AMP updates: scrol...

searchengineland.com 04 Nov '17, 10pm

Yesterday, Google announced several Accelerated Mobile Pages Project (AMP), technical updates . These included scrolling a...