Have Google Index Your AJAX, Here Is How

Mar 8, 2010 • 7:56 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

In October 2009, Google proposed a way to index AJAX. Back then, all it was, was a proposal, but it was not implemented. However, last week, Vanessa Fox reported that the AJAX feature for Google is now live and well.

I am not going to get into the technical details of how it works again. In fact, you can read about that over here and begin implementing it as soon as you like. We currently have no real feedback on how well it works yet, so I will keep my eyes open on that in the forums.

However, Vanessa Fox did see signs of Google crawling AJAX earlier this year and wrote up some of the pros and cons related to that.

In any event, I may want to give this a try myself on some of our sites and let you know how well it works or not.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Jose M. Arranz

05/03/2010 11:41 am

Yeah it is nice but it doesn't fix the main problem: you must to build two sites, AJAX based and page based. This solution is no longer needed, now you just build an AJAX based site and get the same site, page based, automatically. More info: http://itsnat.sourceforge.net/php/spim/spi_manifesto_en.php http://itsnat.sourceforge.net/index.php?_page=support.tutorial.spi_site

Emily Cobena

08/07/2013 12:41 pm

Is the way of indexing Ajax is still continuing or change?

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