What’s the Google update for March 1 2020?
This change will affect the crawling and sorting of no follow links. Previously, Google update regarded no follow link as a directive. Google obeys the No Follow Link feature and did not crawl or index them.
These changes take place on March 1, 2020. Beginning March 1, Google will consider postal links as signals for crawling and indexing purposes.
Google crawl and listing update announcement
The Google Update says:
“For crawling and indexing purposes, the no follows will become clues by March 1, 2020.”
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Some publishers used No follow to prevent pages from crawling. Common pages associated with nofollows can be links to user profiles, links to login pages, and links to portions of a website that can be considered as thin pages.
Using No follow to prevent Google from crawling and indexing a page has never been a good idea. There are more robust ways to prevent pages from being indexed (such as the Meta Robot Number Index directive).
Will postpartum follow effect ratings be updated?
It is difficult to predict how updating crawling and indexing no follow links can affect rankings. It depends on which pages Google crawls and indexes.
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Google can create rules to select which pages to index and which don’t have indexes. It’s not too far away that Google will choose not to list low-quality pages.
1. Get acquainted with the nofollow indicator
When it comes to money and search rankings, ignorance is not a joy. Be aware that this change is happening on March 1, 2020.
Should rankings or traffic begin to change then refinement and indexing updates may be something to investigate.
2. Review the use of nofollows
Poor deployment of nofollows can lead to unintended consequences. It can be useful to review how nofollows are used on your web pages and decide if it’s time to remove them and move them to the Meta Robot Number Index.