There is a bit of confusion that’s worth clearing up when it comes to web pagination.
The most pressing concern is the value of dividing content across multiple pages instead of keeping it all on one single page.
Earlier, Webmasters overcame this issue by using tags like rel=“next” and rel=“prev”, but Google recently made an announcement that they no longer support the rel=“next” and rel=“prev” to as an indicator to consolidate indexing properties.
Without proper SEO management, Google will regard each paginated page within a series as unique pages that merit a chance to compete for visibility. The problem is functionally, most markers would prefer to rank the first page of a series, allowing the others to be discovered on site.