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Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 10:19 am   Post subject: Presentation files SEO friendly

After years of using presentations on websites, converted with iSpring products, we are planning to make extended use of this. Now, SEO friendliness (search engine indexebility) becomes important.

Google write they can (will?) index Flash content. Is that (also) true for presentations in websites, converted with iSpring?

We also are very fond of the iSpring Converter. But a little reluctant to implement html5 fully, as we can see that our visitors do not have enough compatible browsers, yet.

Anyhow: implementing html5 converted presentations into a website will mean using iframes, if we are not going to make the presentation content "self-standing". Google write they will not index iframe content.

What is your advice, guys?


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Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 11:50 am   Post subject: Re: Presentation files SEO friendly

Google indexes all Flash pages for many years already. This is not so effective though. We even don't recommend create the entire websites with Flash but only some interactive elements on them. In today's world people with iPads won't be able to see Flash websites at all.

HTML5 is the answer but it's not that modern and powerful as Flash though. On the other hand, HTML5 requires most recent browser's versions.

We are going to solve this question in the next iSpring 7 (end of 2012 or beginning of 2013), it will create combined movies for both Flash and HTML5. When user would open index.html, its code will automatically determine which content is more compatible to show.


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Posted: Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:30 pm   Post subject: Re: Presentation files SEO friendly

Sounds terrific and well worth waiting for!


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Posted: Thu Dec 13, 2012 7:58 am   Post subject: Re: Presentation files SEO friendly

This answer my question that I'm about to ask. Thank you.


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Posted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 10:16 am   Post subject: Re: Presentation files SEO friendly

Mikhail wrote:
Google indexes all Flash pages for many years already. This is not so effective though. We even don't recommend create the entire websites with Flash but only some interactive elements on them. In today's world people with iPads won't be able to see Flash websites at all.
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Hi, Mikhail yes google does index flashcontent a good example is pearltrees.com site, but if you have meta written well and some text on the site, it will be an added advantage.


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