Google: There Is No Optimal Number Of Links On A Page

Oct 26, 2020 - 7:41 am 7 by

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In continuation of Google saying they have a stupid high limit on the number of links it can extract from a page, Google is also saying there is no optimal number of links you should have on a page. Google's John Mueller was asked about it and he responded on Twitter saying "there is no optimal number of links on a page."

Here are those tweets where John said this:

True, I don't think Google has a specific number of links they want to see on a page.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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