Googles John Mueller was asked on Twitter why the pipeline to get information into the link report within Google Search Console seems slower than many the other reports. In other words, John stated that links is not a location they think SEOs should focus too much on and thus the report is not a location where Google thinks there is “any requirement to spend great deals of resources” on.John was asked “A GSC home filled with data except for “Links” section, 6 days after the creation of the account, is it normal? For both Domain and Prefix URL accounts (for an old site).” So why is the link report a lot slower than the other reports to fill out the information. John provided a few responses:-LRB- 1) “Different parts of the reports utilize different pipelines, which occupy in various frequencies. Thats why when you add a brand-new site, you see some information, however not a lot, and over the next days it begins filling,” he stated.( 2) “Sometimes one cycle breaks too, and it waits for the next run,” John included.( 3) “We dont focus that much on links,” John said, he included “I dont see any requirement to invest great deals of resources on the links report – its not something we inform individuals to focus on.”So Google isnt dropping links however the company does not want you to focus excessive on them. It does seem SEOs are focusing a lot less on links nowadays based upon a recent survey we ran.Forum conversation at Twitter.
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