Google Search and JavaScript Sites I/O Session

May 13, 2019 • 8:55 am | comments (0) by | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization

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I covered most of the important news from the Google Search: State of the Union session but Google had an amazing session named Google Search and JavaScript Sites which is probably worth watching for those who do SEO for JavaScript sites or just build out sites and apps using JavaScript. Martin Splitt from Google was able to convince Zoe Clifford, an engineer who works on Google's rendering team to pair up with him on this panel.

It is not just filled with awesome details, the back and forth is pretty entertaining:

I don't think there is anything specifically new that we didn't learn in the past six months or so, outside of the Evergreen GoogleBot changes but listening to an engineer who works on rendering day in and day out is super useful.

Here are some more tidbits around this:

Really enjoyed watching and listening to this specific session and I think you all will too!

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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