Many amateur sites use these hidden text buttons to generate their content.
His reason for doing this is to involve the reader more with his articles. Or, in some cases, counting the clicks of certain products or items. This is mainly done on these sites when there is a lot of content on a page that leads the site to know how interesting and read certain content has been.
In the previous example, it is true that Google does not intend to investigate what happened after clicking on the “Read more” button. Google is reviewing everything that appears. What happens next for both articles (that is, opening the entire article on the second page) is the same for both. (Assuming other parameters are constant, of course)
THE REMAINING PARAMETERS ARE AS FOLLOWS
Then both have the same domain and address, the same link and other things.
- A is better than B because Z is more content in text production, which makes the link between text and keywords clearer. For this reason, Google is giving it a rating, which means it has a more explicit text.
- In this sense, Google is very lonely. Because the search engines of Yahoo and Bing are not different from ours, for example, A and B, they have the same rank. Google is the only search engine that cares about these subtle differences. Punishment is very important for Google’s hidden text.