A Brief on AngularJS
Released in 2012, the first version gained quote a momentum over last year, especially with enterprise-level clients. According to several researches, 942 of the top 10,000 sites (ranked by traffic from Quantcast) are now using Angular. This is up dramatically from 731 sites only a year ago. Walmart Grocery, The Guardian, CVS Pharmacy, Weather.com, VEVO, Land’s End are some of the best examples of large websites that are now making use of Angular.
So Where Is The Problem?
How Bad Can It Be?
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Is There Any Solution?
Don’t forget to check the rendering of your web pages
In order to make angular site indexable make sure you know how your web pages render for search engines.
- Browseo– A tool that not only renders the elements of the page but also lists out total world count, internal/external links and other important <head> content such as HTML title, meta description and keywords, Twitter and Facebook tags, and a SERP preview.
- Fetch as Google– From search console, you can run any page on your website to see what Google sees.
- Search engine index– Have you checked the most recent cached version of a web page by simply doing a “site: [domain]” query with Google or Bing. In the search results, locate the drop-down caret at the end of the URL and click them and select “cache” in Google and “cached page” in Bing. It shows that what the bot found with the last crawl of your web page.
- Angular v4- We all know that the latest version of AngularJS has been released and it seems to be pretty much promising for technical search engine optimization purposes. The version features Angular Universal, it means you will receive hassle-free functionality to generate all of the HTML of a page at a given point and can be deployed to static HTML or a CDN.
In a nutshell
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