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  1. So... You Think SEO Has Changed?

    Flash/AJAX/JavaScript Sure, there is less data to look at (thanks, Google) and there are changes in how the engines deal with some of the technical issues like canonical tags, rel=alternate syntax, and schema mark up to name a few, but it's really...

  2. How Does Google Treat Hidden Text That's Only Temporarily Hidden?

    Yet, many webmasters do fancy stuff with JavaScript and AJAX where text would technically be hidden until a user takes action, such as clicking on a button, to actually display that text on the page. But in general, if you just have something with...

  3. Google OS Arrives, In the Form of a Browser

    Chrome's main features include a beefed-up Javascript engine (aka V8), which will improve performance of AJAX apps like Gmail and Google Docs. Rumors of a "Google Operating System" have been around for a few years now, fueled by Google's expansion...

  4. Ajax and Search Engines

    One of the things that the post reinforces is that we still live in a world where crawlers have problems with Ajax and Javascript. That way you'll have the Ajax functionality for Javascript users, while non-Javascript users can ignore the script...

  5. Think Like a Search Engineer

    For example, please do not implement all your pages completely in Javascript or Ajax. Some of the more savvy marketers know enough to look at things from the perspective of end users as well, since those are the people they are ultimately trying to...