Kenichi Suzuki requested Google’s John Mueller an search engine optimization query that received an fascinating response. The query was “I am interested in this thread. If web page A has noindex and rel=canonical pointing to Web page B, are the alerts of A transferred to B?” John replied, “I do not assume that is outlined.”
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I do not assume that is outlined.
— 🐝 johnmu.xml (private) 🐝 (@JohnMu) Could 26, 2022
You’d assume the reply can be one thing Google has outlined? I imply, you’d assume a noindex on web page A that has a canonical to web page B, wouldn’t go alerts? I imply, does not Google must index the web page to see the canonical after which it additionally has to index the web page to see the noindex. However nonetheless, would not that cancel out every thing?
I suppose it is determined by different elements. Possibly generally google will go the alerts on these pages and generally not?
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