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Bing view on implementing markup for sequenced content on your site

As a search engine Bing generally has depended on a set of heuristics to decide if and how individual webpages are related or linked to each other on a site. Now, using the optional link elements (rel=”next”; rel=”prev”), you may provide it a strong hint of both structure and the scope of sequenced content. For instance, think about content on your site spread across multiple pages like forum threads, or time-sequenced material like blog posts and news articles. By making use of the rel=”next” and rel=”prev”, you’ve complete control over the sequencing of pages. Continue reading