Google says doesn't really work. For example, at blogspot.com, user blogs created there really shouldn't inherit authority from the main domain. All ranking is page specific. 2. What about subdomains? Illyes: No subdomain authority. Mariya Moeva: Before we are asked the question, I will add that there is also no similar signal for folders. 3. Can you talk about the update called Fred? Illyes: We do tons of updates all the time, and it's not something we thought we'd name or announce.
He only got a name because of a Twitter interaction with Barry Schwartz. Google won't report on what this update did, but you can find the things jewelry retouching service it targeted if you read all the webmaster guidelines carefully. Unfortunately, we cannot say which ones in particular. Moeva: One of the problems with naming updates is that people start attributing all kinds of things to these updates, even if they're not actually related. 4.
When will Google stop ranking internal search pages? Why does it still work? Illyes : We frown when these pages get indexed because they're not very helpful to users. We have algos trying to get rid of them, and for that matter not even exploring them, but sometimes these don't catch everything, and we may have to manually intervene. Moeva: If you're trying to pull these pages from your site's index, you can use Search Console's Manage Settings feature to say, "Don't look at these pages." URL parameters in