29 Jan '16, 11am

Getting on the first page of Google...

Getting on the first page of Google...

While these things can help influence your chances of getting sitelinks, the truth is the only thing you can actually manage when it comes to sitelinks is which pages on your site shouldn’t appear in the Google SERPs. If you have pages that you don’t want Google to list in a sitelinks listing, you can simply demote them. You can do that by logging into your Google Search Console account and navigate to the “sitelinks” section found under the “Configuration” menu. There, you can list any pages on your domain that should not be included in this feature.

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