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(Entry was posted by John Tulley on this post in the Dumb SEO Questions community on Facebook, Thursday, December 14, 2017).

Rankings can fluctuate after making manual changes to a web page

Hi, I have a Wordpress travel site and each location/product page randomly generates links (with image, title, price) to 3 related pages under the main content. Is this good for SEO or does it create problems that I`m not aware about. I ask this because have noticed that rankings can fluctuate after making manual changes to a web page, therefore if the page appears to change every time Google spiders it, Google will be constantly trying to recalculate the ranking position which may have a negative effect.Would it be better to manual choose 3 related pages and make them permanent i.e. not randomly changing?
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  • John Tulley: <div jsname="ndVxLd" data-id="z13outli1xuci5uen23ddphiqyjazrms4#1513006355433751"> Hi, Thats good advice, it`s something thats been nagging at me for some time, (btwI`m using Woocommerce). I will look to change them for 3 semi-permanent links but since I have around 620 products it`s going to be a massive ammount of work. I`ll need to work out some kind of strategy to decide which products I should point to.
    Thanks for your help :)

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