Google says intruders do not affect interstitial indexing but can affect rankings.

Google’s John Mueller said. Twitter That mobile intervening intermediate elements will not normally affect indexing but may affect rankings. This leads to older Google Interviews interstitial mobile fines from 2016/2017.

“The intervening intermediate factor has a rating effect, it won’t affect indexing,” John said.

This is in response to Lilly Ray’s question whether Google will not index anything because it has started a mobile seller penalty? The answer was no. Here are the tweets:

The conversation continues with further debugging:

No, Google Mobile Browser Penalty does not affect Google Indexing.

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