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Your understanding is correct. The sequential link types are for documents that are "part of a sequence". I would only use it for blog posts that belong together ("… Part 1", "… Part 2"), for a blog post that is paginated, or for blogs where the order of the posts matters (e.g., in a diary, where each day has its own post). Or in other words, only in cases ...


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Rel="prev" and rel="next" is used to group related pages together. Since you say your article is a single article (that fits all on one page without requiring the user to click a link), you can remove rel="prev" and rel="next". If in the future, you split your long article into pages, then you need to use rel="prev" and rel="next" to connect those pages ...


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The tag attributerel="autor" is not relevant for Google anymore, the preferred way to specify the authorship is through the proper schema.org snippet. Authorship in web-search Authorship markup is no longer supported in web search. To learn about what markup you can use to improve search results, visit rich snippets. Regarding the publisher ...


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The short answer is no, adding rel publisher is not going to provide any kind of silver bullet in terms of Google search engine rankings, nor is it going to enable rich snippets. However I would still enable the publisher meta property on your site since a number of Google employees (post author/publisher demise) have said that something may become of it in ...



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