|Weekly SEO news: 30 August 2011|
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Some webmasters prefer to have a pure Flash website because they can look very impressive. Although Google can index Flash content to some extend, it is very unlikely that a Flash page will get high rankings on Google. Even the noscript tag won't help you.
Also in the news: A new Google algorithm update might be on the way, Google introduces a new snippet design, Bing still uses the meta keywords tag, Matt Cutts talks about the value of DMOZ links and more.
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|1. Flash pages still won't get high rankings on Google|
Some webmasters prefer to have a pure Flash website because they can look very impressive. Although Google can index Flash content to some extend, it is very unlikely that a Flash page will get high rankings on Google.
What's the problem with Flash pages?
Adding your content in the noscript tag won't help
What does this mean to your website
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