The Title of the above post is right or not, it depends on u, whether we take this as true or false. I wrote this title because One of Google Former Employee twitted on twitter that “Did you know Google is less likely to trust a link once it has changed from the 1st time it was seen?” said by Pedro Dias.

Barry, CEO of Seroundtable, questioned back to him “@pedrodias well, I kind of need to know how you know that. I am sure you can understand.”

But in the end, he ended the conversation by saying that “Like I said, “less trust” doesn’t mean it’s bad or negative. Specially if it’s on a reputable site.”

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Rahul Setia as SEO Analyst works for NeotericUK, based in London, UK. As an SEO, he enjoys building marketing strategies for clients, delving into website data analysis, and writing content. Outside of SEO, he enjoys playing the Cricket and listening music, although not at the same time.

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