Google SEO Mythbusting Video On SEO Challenges With Web Frameworks

Jun 28, 2019 • 6:49 am | comments (3) by twitter | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google's Martin Splitt and Jason Miller, a Senior Web Developer Programs Engineer at Google, got together to create a video on the challenges around using web frameworks and how that may impact your SEO efforts.

The video is pretty developer focused, like some of the others. Here is the breakdown of what is covered:

  • Do search engines run JavaScript? (1:28)
  • How to debug your site’s discoverability issues with the new Google Search Console features? (2:39)
  • Which features can one count on being available in the Google crawlers? (4:17)
  • For websites built using web frameworks, does Google Search pick up on push-dates, and under what conditions? (5:10)
  • Is content accessible by onclick event handlers & buttons indexable? (7:30)
  • How can you make your content easily discoverable if you use infinite scrolling? (9:45)
  • SEO troubleshooting for websites driven by web workers (11:06)
  • Is there much of a difference between framework sizes and approaches for how those get crawled? (12:39)

Here is the video:

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