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August 16, 2007


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Believe it or not, is a perfectly valid way of getting content indexed if that content requires the user to have JS enabled. Sure, you don't see it that much anymore, but a pretty decent number of sites still use navigation menus that require javascript. Setting up equivalent text links in a element easily overcomes any spidering problems that may cause.

Number 5 is great.

Qwerty - hey thanks for stopping by! :)

While I agree with you on the use of them in lieu of javascript linking, the point I was trying to get across was that if an SEO / SEM suggest uses this as a way to be the "soul" way to boost rankings and optimize pages. I don't know how many times I've heard this and just rolled my eyes!

Li. Great post. You might also what to be cautious of your SEO/SEM if he wears lycra zebra print stretch pants like Rock & Roll god David Lee Roth.

Li: Thanks for your post. What you write about "secrets" and "guarantees" comes up here and again in sales situations as recently as this morning. I was able to forward your post onto the prospect so they could see that it's not just me that is saying this.

Fantastic. #5 really put it over the top :)

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