Google Has A “Stupid” High Limit On Number Of Links On A Page

This article was originally published on Search Engine Roundtable Back in 2014 and also in 2008, Google basically said it has no limit in the number of links it can handle on a specific page. So a site like Techmeme, which I love, has thousnads of links on a page, it would be able to process all of those links. Well, maybe not. Gary Illyes from Google said Google does have “some stupid high number” where it will stop extracting the links on that page.


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Google: Passage Indexing vs Featured Snippets

Thu Oct 22 , 2020
So when Google announced Passage Indexing at the Search On 2020 event, there was a lot of confusion around it. We cleared the big one up, i.e. it’s ranking, not indexing. But there is another one, how is this different than featured snippets.
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