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January 18, 2012
No More SEO Worries For Dynamic Content?
By Mike Moran
If you care about how your site is found in organic search, you must spend some of your time thinking about search engine optimization (SEO). In the olden days (2005), certain kinds of content had no shot of showing up in the search index (and thus, could never be found). But in recent years, more and more dynamic content is showing up in Google's search index, as Google makes its spider smarter and smarter. So, now there's nothing to worry about with dynamic content, right? Not quite.

I don't want to downplay the amazing strides that have been made by the Googlebot. Google has worked tirelessly with Adobe to make Flash content indexable. If it is a Flash video, there isn't much text to index, but many Flash experiences are full of text and Google can index a lot more of it than ever before.

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