For the domain that will have lots of sequels like in movie, do it wont rank due to an internal classification of the site?

For the domain that will have lots of sequels like in movie, do it wont rank due to an internal classification of the site?

Webmaster Guru Asked on February 13, 2017 in Page Rank.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

Not sure what what you’re asking here is specifically one thing I I do notice from time to time is if you have recurring event which which could be movie where you have like no star warhorse if you have a conference that takes place every year or every half year or something like that then by reusing the same domain name your kind of building on the on the past whereas if you put the year into the domain name you say oh this was this conference 2015 2016 2017 then all of these conference websites will have to rank on their own so someone is searching for that conference in general then you will be competing which with the other ones and it could be that someone searching this year might seethe conference website from last year or from a couple years ago because that was just a really good result back so that’s something where i would recommend building on the existing website and kind of taking the this year’s content and moving it into an archive for next year and rebuilding the new content kind of on the on the base of the nonexistence with so with regards to this movie question and the links there usually it wouldn’t be a matter of links and matter of like a google nose is the perversion and not the 2016 version we would try to to rank the content on those existing URLs base based on the information that we have there.

 

 

Webmaster Guru Answered on February 13, 2017.
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