Google Have a Max Limit on Page Indexing For One Site?

Google says that there is no limit to the number of static HTML pages you can index from a site.

The subject of index restrictions is the central theme of the latest issue of Ask Googlebot on YouTube.

Google’s John Mueller answered the question about whether there is a maximum limit for indexing the pages of a single site, and briefly discussed the difference between static and dynamic content.

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Does Google have an index limit?

No, there is no limit to the number of pages that Google can index from the site.

The question sent to Google is for static pages, but Mueller said the same applies to dynamic pages.

Google doesn’t care whether the page is dynamic or static, because it cannot distinguish. Websites sometimes try to disguise dynamic pages as static pages by adding .html extensions, but Mueller says this is not necessary.

Although there is no limit to the index, Google will focus its resources where it makes the most sense.

Mueller gave an example. A new website with millions of pages might not index all of its content immediately.

This is because Google does not yet know the value of website content to the Internet.

No, there is no limit to the number of pages that Google can index from the site.

On the other hand, when it comes to indexing pages of proven value from established websites, Google has no reservations.

Mueller’s advice to site owners is to produce “great” content so that Google’s algorithms know it’s worth investing resources to index all of the content in search results.

Source: AskGooglebot 

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