In Webmaster Hangouts, Google's John Mueller E-Commerce Photo Editing answered questions about when it makes sense and when it doesn't make sense to combine pages. Next, I'll explain why you should do it. Interestingly, of course, combining the signals of the Combined Authority is not one of the considerations. Is combining web pages useful for ranking? Google's John Mueller's answer was clear. Merging weak pages into one page and combining web pages can result in E-Commerce Photo Editing stronger and more relevant web pages. However, the advice was followed by a warning that the page was complementary and needed to properly address a single topic as a combined page rather than some weak pages.
Screenshot of Webmaster Hangouts featuring Google John Mueller John Mueller shares insights on when it's best to combine web pages to improve rankings. Combination of relevance signals The question that started the conversation was about combining the privilege E-Commerce Photo Editing metrics of several weak pages together to form a stronger page, a page with more privileges. advertisement Continue reading below When merging content from different rankings, does the merged "authority" signal improve the ranking when you combine pages of content? John Mueller (and other Google employees) E-Commerce Photo Editing has previously worked on the concept of domain authority SEO and denied Google uses all kinds of domain authority.
John Mueller completely ignored this E-Commerce Photo Editing aspect of the question and instead focused on page relevance and whether the integrated page was meaningful as a document on a particular topic. Questions about merging pages and their signals: "The" non-existent "metric of permissions, my specific question, from that perspective, for E-Commerce Photo Editing example, a site is ranked for a specific topic, a specific subject. You rank the site in 5th place and another site in 6th place, and you have good authority on the first page.