Proof Google Indexes Content Generated Using JavaScript

Proof Google Indexes Content Generated Using JavaScript

Screenshot 1 for the “More Spectacular Tests” Google exact match site: search.

There were still NO results found in Google for the exact match site: search:

site:https://seo-gold.com/ "More Spectacular Tests"

Google did NOT index the original phrase found in the HTML code.

See the equivalent BEFORE screenshot below.

JavaScript SEO Test Before Results for the Replaced Text

JavaScript SEO Test Before Results for the Replaced Text

Screenshot 2 for the “More Marvelous SEO Gold Tests” Google exact match site: search.

There was one result found in Google for the exact match site: search:

site:https://seo-gold.com/ "More Marvelous SEO Gold Tests"

Google indexed the replacement phrase added using JavaScript.

Proof Google indexes content generated using JavaScript.

See the equivalent BEFORE screenshot below.

JavaScript SEO Test Before Results for the Replacement Text

JavaScript SEO Test Before Results for the Replacement Text

This is clear proof Google chose to index and rank the JavaScript generated content and NOT the content it had access to via the HTML source code (what we see when Viewing Source in a browser like Chrome).

Remember when creating content Google can ‘see’ your HTML source code (like we see when viewing source code in a browser) AND Google can ‘see’ similar to what users see in a browser window, mobile device etc… and Google preferentially chooses to index/rank what users see AFTER CSS and JavaScript code has changed the output.

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