#SEO for beginners
Tips, tricks and resources for those of us who are just beginning to understand search engine optimization.
Matthew Young, had a good response to this question.
While Google can still crawl Java pages that are properly done and not blocked, beware of sluggishness and load time. Sometimes if a page takes too long to load the crawler can cause the page to go blank! So the best advice I took away from the #seochat about is to just be cautious when using JS. It works with Google but there are many different techniques to try and test to make sure you are getting what you wanted out of Java in compliance with google. The main take away, “Yes — Java & SEO can get along as long as 1: java doesn’t block indexing 2: contributes to UI/UX 3: doesn’t hide content,” Jp Sherman.
Q3: Where can I find more information on basic SEO material?
Search engine (and SEO) blog with tips and announcements to connect your website or app with Google Searchers and…webmasters.googleblog.com
Be found by the people that matter most. Convert your audience into engaged customers. Define, test, learn, measure…builtvisible.com
Backed by industry-leading data and the largest community of SEOs on the planet, Moz builds tools that make inbound…moz.com
Test if Google can crawl your web pageThe Fetch as Google tool enables you to test how Google crawls or renders a URL…support.google.com
The proposed new standard for Section 508 is expected to require conformance to the W3C Web Content Accessibility…www.section508.gov
These are all a great place to get started if you are trying to learn about SEO. As I begin my career in marketing it is clear that social media is necessary to compete and stay ahead. Having a good understanding and background in SEO will definitely give you an upper hand in expanding your social media platforms.