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I've built most of my site around a structure of index pages and sub-pages. I've been told today by SS support that index pages don't rank for the keywords in the sub-pages, and that it's just the subpages that can rank.

If correct, that means 2 things - firstly, there's not enough content on each of my subpages for Google to read and rank it effectively, and secondly, I'm not able to hide the sub-pages from Google and just feed the keyword impact up to the over-arching index page, as I'd planned.

I guess my question is, does anyone have a definitive idea of whether SS support is correct? I've read things to suggest they're wrong, and God knows SS customer service reps don't really have any idea about this sort of thing right out the gate, so I'm hopeful that I've been misinformed and I won't have to just rebuild my site.

For reference, my site is www.fullfocusweddings.com

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