Google: Two Web Sites Out Of One Won't Result In Twice As Much Visibility

May 24, 2019 - 7:26 am 10 by

Google Less Is More

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that if you think it is a good idea to take your web site and break it up into two different web sites, you might want to reconsider. He said "If you make 2 websites out of one, you're not going to be twice as visible in search."

Here are the tweets:

This is similar messaging to when he previously said it is preferred to have one stronger page than many weaker web pages.

He added:

Marie Haynes added:

Sometimes less is more...

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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