These days, almost any site uses JavaScript. Some sites only use it to add some
interactivity, others built their entire site using one of the JavaScript
frameworks and there are a plethora of options in between. JavaScript is here to
stay, and we need to deal with it.

But, JavaScript SEO can be a pretty intimidating topic to jump into for non-tech

I haven't come across any resource that explains in layman's terms why
JavaScript SEO is so important these days, how Google deals with JavaScript and
what the best practices are to make sure your JavaScript-reliant site performs
just as good as any other site (in one article).

That's why I wrote a Beginner's Guide to JavaScript SEO:, which also contains
plenty of resources to go further down the JavaScript SEO rabbit hole when
you're ready for it.

Hoping this makes JavaScript SEO more accessible to less techy SEOs and digital

Please let me know if I missed anything!

JavaScript SEO Best Practices Guide for Beginners

JavaScript SEO best practices explained in layman's terms.

Posted by Steven Van Vessum on Facebook