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Technologies for website application development such as Angular, React, Vue, Backbone, Ember, Aurelia etc are gradually proliferating throughout the front end web development landscape. A core understanding of this technology should be, in our opinion, a mandatory requirement in the advanced SEO skillset.

In our tests we found that content that took longer than 4 seconds to render or content that would not render until an event was fired by a link not in an “a” container, did not get indexed by Google.

In summary, if you can’t do either of those and you care about your SEO do not build a PWA !

For SEO Consultants.

Taking this another step further, as much as we want to allow search engines to crawl & render JavaScript content, it doesn’t mean that they need to read every aspect of JS being fired. This is particularly true if it leads to irrelevant URLs that wouldn’t have otherwise been requested being crawled. Remember this still absorbs crawl budget, so we’re burning unnecessary resource by allowing access to URLs that do not affect the rendering of the page.

We’ve written this article as an introductory guide to a technically savvy SEO who may be faced with answering questions about the “SEO friendliness” of websites built in JavaScript frameworks. As an SEO, if you’re comfortable with a standard level of technical site auditing, then you’ll probably be surprised by how easy it is to get up to speed with JS frameworks.

The newer versions of Angular (4 with universal) and ReactJS have server side rendering capability available, which also brings about a number of additional benefits. Switching up to the latest version would be the ideal solution for combatting the deprecated AJAX crawling scheme, which ensures that all search engines, social networks etc can consistently and accurately read the content on your site.

Is it cloaking? No – in the exact same way as when you once generated a static snapshot of your page and delivered it to search engines either via the #! or Meta fragment tag, that page still needs to be identical to the JS generated page to avoid ‘cloaking’. This method is exactly the same but in this scenario we’re detecting search engines and then serving the same static page and experience just at the request URL directly.

Having been behind the development of much of Builtvisible’s exceptional product offering in the formative years Dan is a world-class SEO in his own right, and applies the same mindset of curiosity, constant improvement and true accountability to his current role.

Google can render and crawl JS sites. This, however is no guarantee that the outcome will be an SEO friendly, perfectly optimised site. Technical SEO expertise is needed, especially during testing. This will ensure that you have an SEO friendly site architecture, targeting the right keywords. A site that continues to rank despite the changes made in Google’s crawl.

Fundamentals: What We Know About GoogleBot and JavaScript.

Dan, our first ever employee back in 2010, holds responsibility for the performance of Builtvisible’s entire client portfolio, at senior team level.

There’s a temptation with image galleries to improve performance by having a number of image elements, and change the images being rendered by swapping in and out different src attributes. That’s great, but if you’re reliant on image search traffic then search engines will only see the images you’re initially rendering, rather than all of them.

Disable JavaScript.

Hot-Swapping Elements.

Dynamic Rendering.

Tabbed Content.

As much as possible, use client-side rendering as little as possible, and just serve from the server, importing the library where the functionality on the page requires it. You’ll not only be ensuring you get the benefits of good, crawlable content, but also deliver a faster and more responsive experience to your users, and have fewer issues with your code.

Through our own work in JS framework content development and some useful input from elsewhere we’re able to derive some useful facts about Google’s approach to JS and subsequently, insight into our technical SEO strategy:

Metadata & Routing.

Particularly useful when working with server side rendering, simply disabling JavaScript in the browser (I prefer to do this via the Chrome web developer toolbar but can also be disabled in Chrome directly) can be a quick way to troubleshoot components that are less likely to be indexed by search engines.

Google did not help matters by releasing AngularJS , possibly opening up the ability for Googlebot to read and activate client-side content. For the most part, there was little change to the bot and still today special care and specific actions need to be taken so that ANY client-side content can be read by any major bot. Here are the major JS frameworks that make up a majority of Single Page Application (SPA) websites:

Angular, React, Vue.js, Ember.js, Meteor, Mithril, Node.js, Polymer, Aurelia, Backbone.js.

In the past several years client-side technology has grown exponentially, allowing for all kinds of fun and useful features to the browser viewing world wide web. Since the popular adoption, this has created havoc with search engine bots to be able to crawl, read and consume your website’s content.

If you are using one of these frameworks and are having javascript SEO issues it is time to reach out to technical SEO experts. At Reflexive Media , our advanced engineering staff will execute a plan to apply javascript SEO best practices to your client-side rendering site and get you on top of the SEO rankings so critical to your business marketing success.

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