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Editing site links in google search engine results page (SERP)

When you search for a website, google pulls up a group of site links associated with the website you have searched for. It makes it easy for searchers to click on your site pages. Sometimes Google picks up links to pages that are no longer relevant or may have been unpublished. You want them to look their best right?

Google search engines decide on these site links based on their algorithm so we have little control over this. However, your web designer can create and submit an XML site map to help Google understand your site better. This should happen when the site goes live.

Good news is that you can request Google to remove these redundant links by visiting the property of the site in Google Search Console, then click on removals. It will take a few days for the Google crawlers to learn and replace.

Handy tip to know. Any questions please feel free to reach out via email.

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