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What is Pagination in SEO?

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    Pagination is the process of breaking down a large amount of content and spreading it out over several pages. This is done to make it easier for visitors to read and to simply make the website look better. It can also improve SEO and lead to a higher search engine ranking. Pagination is not hard, but it can be intimidating to website and blog owners. It’s important to find the perfect balance. Knowing how to use pagination in SEO is important if you want your website or blog to be successful.

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    Pagination is process to connect to one page to another page that is called pagination.

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    Pagination attributes are used to indicate the relations between a sequence of pages to search engines. This helps search engines to understand a series of related pages and is used to prevent duplicate content issues.

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    pagination means dividing a document, file, or database entries into sequential parts.it is a new algorithm used when content is split over multiple pages. Its very help ful because search engine will work better to direct traffic to those who deserve it.

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    Pagination is the process of dividing web pages content into discrete pages

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