Would that be a problem, if there are two sets of paginations for Google?

Do you think there are a bit too many links on the page?
Maybe we should structure that better?

Webmaster Guru Asked on September 26, 2016 in pagination.
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JOHN MEULLER (Webmaster Analyst from Google):

It does look a little bit confusing. So I see on top you have a lot of links to individual items, which basically at first glance makes it look like this is some kind of like an HTML sitemap page. So that’s something that I think might be a bit confusing to users. From our point of view, from crawling and indexing, think we would probably just crawl all of those links and those different pagination parts to kind of find the individual article links as well. So I think from a crawling point of view we’ll probably pick that up. I don’t know from a quality point of view if this is something where our algorithms might start worrying about there being kind of too many different kinds of links in there.

Webmaster Guru Answered on September 26, 2016.
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