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    No, Your Website Doesn’t Need 200,000 Words to Be Considered Authoritative by Google

    Google’s Search Advocate, John Mueller, made clear that websites don’t need 200,000 words to be seen as authoritative by Google. This follows a tweet saying that “You need around 200,000 words on your website to be considered authoritative by Google.”

    John responded later, saying: “I don’t know who made up that 200,000 word number, it’s definitely not from Google”.

    So no, a website doesn’t need 200,000 words to be considered authoritative. What it really needs is high-quality content that delivers and catches Google’s eye.


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