|Weekly SEO news: 05 August 2008|
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This week, we're taking a look at Google's new way to index Flash files. Can you now get high rankings with pure Flash websites?
In the news: paid search market share numbers, a major Yahoo ranking algorithm change and more.
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|1. What Google's improved Flash indexing means for your website|
A month ago, Google announced that they had improved the way it indexes Flash files. Has something changed in Google's search results in the meantime? Is this change good news for you if you have a Flash site?
What has changed?
What has not changed?
Why is Flash still a problem for search engines?
What can you do to improve your rankings if you have a Flash site?
Flash has not been designed for search engines and it is extremely difficult to get high rankings with pure Flash sites. Using regular optimized web pages is the best way to get in Google's top 10 results.
If you have a pure Flash website, you should make sure that your website has as many good inbound links as possible.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
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