Friday, March 22, 2019

Google apologizes for rel=next/prev mixup 📖 https://t.co/46bRxfIDKS Google suggests webmasters, developers, and publisher continue to use rel=prev/next for other reasons outside of Google indexing purposes https://t.co/KJ6D7fcEUz



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Tweet text: Google apologizes for rel=next/prev mixup 📖 https://t.co/46bRxfIDKS Google suggests webmasters, developers, and publisher continue to use rel=prev/next for other reasons outside of Google indexing purposes https://t.co/KJ6D7fcEUz

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