Google: We Do Not Index Links, We Index The Pages Between The Links

This article was originally published on Search Engine Roundtable Google’s John Mueller clarified how SEOs should think about Google’s index and links on the web. He said on Twitter “we index pages, we don’t index links. Links are between pages.” That means, Google will index a page, that page may have links on it, and if Google sees the link, it knows there is a link but it indexes the page, not the link.


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Is Google Down Autocomplete Search Suggestion

Mon Aug 31 , 2020
If you search for [is Google down], Google will show you an answer, like it does often with other answer based queries, to tell you “no.” I guess if Google is able to give you an answer here, by definition Google is not down.
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