Cornwall, UK (PRWEB) July 15, 2008
For years Flash, a popular choice for web designers, has been an unpopular choice for search engine optimisation (SEO) - as Google and other search engines wouldn't read it. However, the recent announcement from Google that it is improving its support for Flash is a significant step forward for those with Flash websites.
Despite the initial excitement in the industry, it is extremely early days when it comes to defining an SEO strategy. SEO specialist Guava is in the process of running tests to find the limitations of Flash crawling and to develop best practice approaches for its implementation. The Guava team were amongst the first to spot Google following links from Flash and crawling URLs contained within ActionScript 1 & 2.
Guava Director Edward Cowell commented:
The Guava SEO team are conducting more tests including ActionScript 3's crawlability, and their findings will be posted on their blog, Search Engine War.
Guava is a fresh thinking, digital marketing agency specialising in Search Engine Optimisation, Pay-Per-Click Advertising, Social Media and Web Development in the UK. Part of the pan-European Guava group with over 200 employees, the UK division has two offices in Berkshire and Cornwall.
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