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Getting Multi-Page Content to Rank in Google

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Google recently revised the way that they rank multiple paged content and is giving options for coding pages to your prefernece of indexing the related pages of content together versus just the "view as one page" page for ranking and returning results in Google search results.

"Google has been evolving their detection of a series of component pages and the corresponding view all page. When you have a view all page and paginated URLs with a detectable pattern, Google clusters those together and consolidates the PageRank value and indexing relevance. Basically, all of the paginated URLs are seen as components in a series that rolls up to the view all page. In most cases, Google has found that the best experience for searchers is to rank the view all page in search results."

For more details on which coding to use for either the paginated content option or the view as one page option, see [URL="http://searchengineland.com/google-provides-new-options-for-paginated-content-92906"]Search Engine Land[/URL].

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