menntarra_34 - 2:10 am on Nov 27, 2012 (gmt 0)
That's a good question, if i search for for example "apple" , and the result page has pagination, so that we can navigate between these articles (about "apple"). Only the newer are on the first page. So in this case rel="next" and rel="prev" or instead the rel canonical is better, which would of course would point at the first page?
I read somewhere that it is okay if we use rel="next" and rel="prev" if the other pages contain additional information about that topic, but i'm still not sure about the best usage in these situations.