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Angular js for seo

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by jani, Nov 1, 2016.

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  1. jani

    jani Regular Member

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    Hi Team,

    I have an angular js website.i would like to now how can we do SEO for the site is it the same way to wp other site or it may be different can any one suggest

    Thanks
     
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    kahuna74 Regular Member

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    All I have to say is "good luck". Pre-render as much as you possibly can is my advice.
     
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    SEO? If you mean linkbuilding and other external SEO it doesn't matter what the site is built on. But if you're asking about on-site the answer is mostly the same. Even the general rules of on-site SEO (siloing, image compression, etc) cross over. So the short answer is it doesn't matter what your site is built on very much if at all.

    But... you sound like you know virtually nothing about SEO yet. I caution you to LEARN as much as possible before messing around. If you learn on the job you may do more harm than good.

    -ThopHayt
     
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    i heard that angular js pages are not indexed properly in google and bing I need help on this topic .
     
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    Yes, the reason that they're not indexed properly by many search engines is that they are javascript apps, and the content isn't rendered until javascript is executed in the browser. This fouls up most web crawlers.

    A simple web search would tell you that your best course of action is to pre-render as much content as you can in your angular (or react, ember, or any other js app really). Pre-rendering means that you're going to have to run a nodejs app on the server to render content ahead of time. Good luck.
     
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    I just wouldn't use AngularJS if you're really concerned about SEO.