Why does Shopify have a high indexing rate and speed of indexing?

There is no doubt that children love sweets lol, the question here is: Are you really convinced that Shopify has fast indexing? Is there really a relationship between Shopify and Google other than the technical relationship?
 
Perhaps the same reason reddit content gets high ranking and fast indexing.
half-true

The other half is that Google have paid Reddit $60 million to let them train their AI on redditors' comments.... Actually, now that I think better my explanation doesn't make sense, but the fact of the matter that google + reddit = BFFs remains :)

Are you really convinced that Shopify has fast indexing?
no

Is there really a relationship between Shopify and Google other than the technical relationship?
no idea, man! All I know is that google loves authority, and Shopify is a big enough company to draw google's attention, so in this regard I wasn't wrong
 
Perhaps the same reason reddit content gets high ranking and fast indexing.
Brother, Reddit is a domain, and Reddit pages are subdirectories under that domain. Shopify, on the other hand, is a separate domain in our stores. Our stores are our own domains.
 
Shopify a high indexing rate and speed of indexing due to its optimized site architecture, fast server performance, mobile optimization, and use of a global content delivery network (CDN). Shopify supports structured data, regular content updates, and high-quality backlinks, all of which enhance its attractiveness to search engines, and Google loves it.
 
Shopify is a biggest platform with millions of users. Of course google loves it and which might add to the fast indexing.
 
Not sure if Shopify has some advantage here but I can confirm that a shop that was recently bought and moved to Shopify does seem to be liked by Google. Traffic is rising although I did only structural, technical SEO work, no content or new backlinks


Also, customising isn't too bad although I am sure Woocommerce offers more flexibility in that regard
 
I've been saying this for ages.

While people complain that their sites are sandboxed, this doesn't happen with Shopify. None of my sites has ever been sandboxed.. I almost don't even know what I am talking about because it has never happened to me and I have only run sites on Shopify.

This obviously means that your site has to be optimized.. if you do poor work with that then it doesn't probably matter which platform you use.
 
Its genes exist for indexing, just like cultivating a great player. From the moment of birth, every next step has been designed.

As users, we just want to enjoy the convenience brought by shopify.
 
Shopify has a high indexation rate and indexing speed thanks to its optimized site architecture, fast server performance, mobile optimization, regular content updates, and backlinks high quality, all enhance its appeal to search engines, and Google loves that.
 
I think it's a correlation != causation thing. I see plenty of reports and posts asking why their Shopify site isn't indexing, and I see plenty asking why it indexes well.
EXACTLY !
There's a higher chance you mess up your site as a beginner on Woocommerce or Prestashop than in Shopify, and Google Bots will not index a messy code. An SEO professional will index/rank no matter what tech stack he uses.
 
Its genes exist for indexing, just like cultivating a great player. From the moment of birth, every next step has been designed.

As users, we just want to enjoy the convenience brought by shopify.
huh?!?
 
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