You may have a problem with an unindexed page and not be able to figure out why. Although not officially supported, a noindex via robots.txt will keep a page out of the index, and this is just another possible location to check. Save yourself the headaches Anytime you can implement automated testing or remove points of failure - those things you just know someone, somewhere is going to mess up - do it. Scale things up as best you can because there is always more work to do than resources to do it. Something as simple as setting a content security policy
for insecure upgrade requests when moving to HTTPS will save you from having to tell all your developers that they need to change all those resources to fix mixed content issues. If you know a change is likely to break other systems, weigh the results of that jewelry retouching service change against the resources needed and the chances of breaking something and the resources needed to fix the system if that happens. There are always trade-offs with technical SEO, and just because something is right doesn't mean it's always the best solution (unfortunately), so learn to work with other teams to weigh the risk/the reward for the changes you suggest. .
To sum up In a complex environment, many teams may work on projects. You can have multiple CMS systems, frameworks, CDNs, etc. You have to assume that everything will change and everything will break at some point. There are so many points of failure that it makes the work of a technical SEO interesting and challenging. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the guest author and not necessarily of Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here.Tips for troubleshooting your technical