29 Jun '12, 4pm

Can Google Really Access Content in JavaScript? Really?

Can Google Really Access Content in JavaScript? Really?

Matt Cutts says Google can access some content within JavaScript and AJAX . There is evidence Google crawls the web through Chrome which could explain how Google could execute JavaScript and AJAX. But the question keeps coming up: can Google execute JavaScript and AJAX? Can they really? This question has been asked quite a few times in SEOmoz’s Q&A forum as well as other webmaster forums. Personally, I have several clients (many of whom are online marketers and web professionals) ask me this question on a semi-regular basis. So, what is the answer? Can Google really read the content you place inside JavaScript? The typical response (and what I recommend) is that while Google can index some content inside JavaScript, the really important content should be placed in normal HTML so that you know it can be indexed. While that is fantastic advice, that doesn't seem to satisfy s...

Full article: http://www.seomoz.org/ugc/can-google-really-access-conten...

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