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SEO Flash Pages

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by GoogleMarketing101, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. GoogleMarketing101

    GoogleMarketing101 Regular Member

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    What are your tips and tricks?

    I have been ghosting content every few weeks to get some "original content" but other than that and meta tag info i'm SOL...

    I have a good incoming link building campaign going what else can I do?
     
  2. albaniax

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    Cloaking would work, but you need to buy/make a good cloaker. But as you could get banned, and this is the White Hat section here, you better don't try it.

    I'm not sure if Google already made s.th. against it, but maybe you could put your content and the flash in a <div>-tag. Then put the flash-<div> over the content-<div>.

    You better should try it first on a different site, just to see if everything get indexed, etc.
     
  3. ukescuba

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    take a look at swfobject use this to embed your flash file and content, its similar to the div method by albaniax but google will not slap you for this, the latest version i believe was completed at googles summer of code... and is hosted on google code too

    use tradional seo tactics too and associate you flash filename by keyword too...

    i have tried this before and it did work for us, although unfortunately our client didnt realize it was so awkward to update the site in flash so we had to rebuild it again using a CMS script.