Server-Side Rendering (SSR)
Static Site Generation (SSG)
- Build-Time Rendering: Generates static HTML pages at build time, offering fast load times and ensuring all content is visible to search engines upon page load.
- Avoid Hidden Triggers: Ensure content isn’t hidden behind interactions (like click or hover) that search engines might not execute.
- Structured Data: Use structured data (schema.org) to help search engines understand the content and context of your pages.
Google Search Console Integration
Challenges and Considerations
- SEO & Development Collaboration: Ensure ongoing communication between SEO specialists and developers to address SEO considerations in the development process.
- Audit and Monitor: Regularly audit your site with tools like Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test and Lighthouse to identify and fix SEO and usability issues.
- Documentation and Annotations: Clearly document and annotate dynamic content changes in your code for SEO purposes.
- Use Search Engine Supported Frameworks: Utilize frameworks and libraries known for their SEO-friendly capabilities, like Next.js for React or Nuxt.js for Vue.
2. How does lazy loading affect SEO? Properly implemented, lazy loading can improve page speed by loading resources only when needed, but ensure key content is immediately available to search engines.
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