Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » No subpages appear in google search results

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  • Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    @mumbomedia When we clicked on the first link for the Google search we are not seeing the start page of a site that you referred to in your post. The links are all to Facebook profiles, please see here: https://pasteboard.co/I8qUhZ1.png

    Which domain are you referring to that was showing a start page and not subpages?

    Strange. That’s what I got for thomas bühne: https://pasteboard.co/I8xakQp.png

    And that for ks garten: https://pasteboard.co/I8xcPZc.png

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    Plugin Support amboutwe

    (@amboutwe)

    Google customizes search results for each user which is why the results look different between the two.

    The “subpages” shown below the search results, called sitelinks, are automatically generated by Google based on your site structure. It’s not based on our plugin’s settings. Google is kind of tricky when it comes to Sitelinks. You can learn a little more about sitelinks here.

    Thanks a lot for makes this clear.
    So it seems that google either could not analyse the site link structure or their system think that the sitelinks are not useful for users.
    I think it is the last one because when I search for thomas bühner shop google shows sitelinks.

    Currently, it seems there is no way to influence sitelinks, or I have not found them in the new “Pain in the ass” version of the Webmaster Tools.

    Do you think that implementing some schema attributes could improve the results.
    If so how could I archieve this with your plugin or do I need an addon?

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